(The Center Square) – Six unemployed Georgians are suing the Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) for its failure to process their unemployment claims.
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Atlanta against two companies that use the gas ethylene oxide to sterilize medical equipment, including one firm in Covington.
The six lawsuits were filed on behalf of plaintiffs who said they were injured by the toxic gas, which was released into the air in the neighborhoods where they live, work or went to school.
A sign posted on the locked doors of a Georgia Department of Labor office Thursday, May 7, 2020, in Norcross, Ga., advises workers are working…
Chief Superior Court Judge John Ott encouraged attorneys arguing for and against removal of the Confederate monument on the Square to file an appeal, no matter which side prevails.
Newton County Chief Superior Court Judge John Ott on Monday will hear from two plaintiffs seeking to stop the Board of Commissioners from removing the Confederate monument from the downtown Covington Square.
ATLANTA — While most of the action on tort reform in this year’s General Assembly session has been in the Georgia Senate, the state House of Representatives is about to jump into the fray.
ATLANTA — In what may be the first large data-breach case to reach the Georgia Supreme Court, the high court has ruled that patients of a Clarke County medical clinic whose computer databases were hacked may proceed with a lawsuit against the clinic.