Steve Miller, serving as counsel for Milliken & Company, urge the high court to reverse the Court of Appeals decision, arguing that it "overrides the plain language of Georgia's antiindemnity statute," Georgia Code § 13-8-2 (b). That statute prohibits only indemnity agreements "1) where the injury is caused by or resulting from the 'sole negligence' of the indemnitee," which in this case would be Milliken, and "2) that relate to the construction, alteration, repair, or maintenance of a building structure, appurtenance, or appliance." ... Continue Reading
Not every communication that falls within the scope of the attorney-client privilege is entitled to protection. ... Continue Reading
Workers' Compensation Liability Arising Out Of Recreational Or Social Events: Its All Fun And Games Until Someone Gets Hurt
As the weather warms up and everyone gravitates towards spending more time outdoors, Employer's often host or sponsor recreational or social events for their employees. ... Continue Reading
Spoliation "is the destruction or the significant and meaningful alteration of evidence," so that the evidence is no longer available to a party in pending or future litigation. ... Continue Reading
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