As of September 1, 2018, adoptions in Georgia are easier. The state's Adoption Code was significantly revised, adding clarity and modernity to some laws not touched since 1990. The revisions seem to reflect the state's articulated interest in "promptly providing stable and permanent homes for adoptive children, and in preventing the disruption of adoptive placements." While the changes are vast from residency requirements of adoptive parents to assistance for birth parents, this article highlights many of the new laws. ... Continue Reading
The law on apportionment in Georgia continues to develop, most recently in the areas of negligent training, entrustment, and similar claims. This is probably best ... Continue Reading
Since tort reform was enacted in 2005, the Georgia law on apportionment has continued to evolve. To some extent, the Courts have ... Continue Reading
This paper is intended to be a refresher on workers' compensation subrogation claims in the context of liability cases. ... Continue Reading
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