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Jury finds for disabled veteran in ADA discrimination trial against Clayton County Sheriff’s Office

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On May 19, 2023, after a three-day trial, a jury found that the Sheriff’s Office of Clayton County, Georgia, discriminated and retaliated against a disabled veteran after she notified her supervisors of her diagnosis of PTSD. The case was filed in 2019 under the Americans with Disabilities

Are salaried employees entitled to overtime pay?

The practice of employers inflating employees’ job titles to avoid overtime pay has received a lot of media attention lately after a study by economists at Harvard Business School and the University of Texas at Dallas. By looking at job listings with managerial titles near the Fair Labor Standards Act’s

Do at-will employees have legal rights for wrongful termination?

As Georgia earns a reputation as a top state for doing business, there’s an underside for workers: Employer-friendly laws sometimes leave employees with fewer protections.  With limits on labor organizing and no state laws on the books regarding flexible shift scheduling, paid sick leave, paid family leave and other top

Red flags in severance agreements 

Severance agreements can be a helpful tool for transitioning through a job loss. They extend some temporary stability during a time of upheaval by offering benefits like pay, insurance coverage and even continued access to company perks.    But businesses don’t trade away money and benefits without asking for something in

Employee rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

At the best workplaces, employers accept and understand that employees have lives outside of their jobs. While it can be tricky to balance overlapping responsibilities at times, most people make it work.  Sometimes, though, a health issue or life change takes precedence over everything else. Maybe it’s a happy event,

Court denies immunity, finds evidence of discrimination by GSU in case of student with mental illness

We are proud to announce today’s order in the case of R.W. v. Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. We brought suit on behalf of a schizophrenic student who was removed from housing and forced to comply with Georgia State University’s so-called “risk assessment” protocol after the university

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