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> CLIP & SAVE Guide to Case Management Technology for Trial Lawyers By Leslie Cushner, Cushner Law & Mediation, LLC One of the most challenging parts about opening a new practice or revamping an old one is deciding which case management technology to use. A quick internet search reveals that there are seemingly endless choices out there for attorneys, each ...

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Case Updates

By Mia Frieder Tenet HealthSystem GB, Inc. v. Thomas, 2018 Ga. LEXIS 461 (June 29, 2018) Supreme Court of Georgia held that a new claim of imputed simple negligence against a hospital in a second amended complaint related back to the original complaint for medical malpractice pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 9-11-15 (c). The lawsuit arose when plaintiff Lorraine Thomas was involved ...

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Thank You, GTLA Champion Members!

Virgil L. Adams Douglas F. Aholt Charles H. Allen Stephen Douglas Apolinsky Andrew S. Ashby Thomas J. Ashenden William J. Atkins Andrew C. Ausband Arthur Bryan Baer William L. Ballard David B. Bell Lloyd Noland Bell Frank J. Beltran Tracee R. Benzo Frederick S. Bergen Bruce Berger N. John Bey David S. Bills William Q. Bird M.J. Blakely, Jr. David ...

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Thank You, GTLA Champion Members!

Virgil L. Adams Douglas F. Aholt Stephen Douglas Apolinsky Andrew S. Ashby Thomas J. Ashenden Andrew C. Ausband Arthur Bryan Baer William L. Ballard David B. Bell Lloyd Noland Bell Frank J. Beltran Tracee R. Benzo Frederick S. Bergen Bruce Berger John Bey David S. Bills William Q. Bird M.J. Blakely, Jr. David Wm. Boone Joshua William Branch Michael R. ...

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Thank You, GTLA Champion Members!

Thank You, GTLA Champion Members! Virgil L. Adams Douglas F. Aholt Stephen Douglas Apolinsky Andrew S. Ashby Thomas J. Ashenden Andrew C. Ausband Arthur Bryan Baer William L. Ballard David B. Bell Lloyd Noland Bell Frank J. Beltran Tracee R. Benzo Frederick S. Bergen Bruce Berger N. John Bey David S. Bills William Q. Bird M.J. Blakely, Jr. David Wm. ...

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Workers’ Comp Updates

>WORKERS’ COMP UPDATES Workers’ Comp Updates   BY TRACEE BENZO The general rule for willful misconduct is that the mere violations of instructions, orders, rules, ordinances, and statutes, and the performing of hazardous acts where danger is obvious, do not, without more, as amatter of law constitute willful misconduct.     WILLFUL MISCONDUCT CHANDLER TELECOM, LLC, ET AL V. BURDETTE ...

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