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What You Say Could Be "At Issue" - Waiver of the Attorney-Client Privilege in Bad Faith Cases

December 04, 2017 BY Sarah Dumbacher | Appellate

Not every communication that falls within the scope of the attorney-client privilege is entitled to protection. ... Continue Reading

The WC-104: Strict Compliance Is Key

September 03, 2015 BY Thomas Cauthen | Appellate

The WC-104 is a favored tool of employers and insurers that is utilized in order to reduce the indemnity exposure in a claim and as a bargaining chip to induce settlement. ... Continue Reading

Workers' Compensation Liability Arising Out Of Recreational Or Social Events: Its All Fun And Games Until Someone Gets Hurt

August 05, 2015 BY Lauren Julian | Appellate

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

No Notice of Potential Litigation, No Possible Spoliation

November 02, 2013 BY Def Admin | Appellate

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

Ecm's And Spoliation: The Importance Of An Accurate Record

November 01, 2012 BY Def Admin | Appellate

The fastest and most effective way for a party to lose an otherwise defensible case is to be sanctioned for spoliating evidence. In Georgia, spoliation is defined as the ... Continue Reading

The Journal is a publication for the clients of Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP. It is written in a general format and is not intended to be legal advice to any specific circumstance. Legal Opinions may vary when based upon subtle factual differences. All rights reserved. 

Editorial Board:

H. Michael Bagley
(Editor-in-chief)

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