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Georgia Employment Law
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Georgia Employment Law addresses the state and federal law relevant to the practice of employment law in Georgia. The intent is to provide the practitioner with all the essential background information for practicing employment law in Georgia, the majority of which is federal legislation and case law based, and fleshing out the same with explanation of Georgia’s parallel provisions and analysis of the applications peculiar to Georgia. The book is a valuable reference guide for those practicing employment law, as well as general practitioners who are presented with employment law issues in their practice.
Coverage includes these topics: wage and hour laws, unemployment insurance benefits and claims, workers compensation, employment discrimination and retaliation, workplace torts, federal and state leave laws, and workplace health, safety and privacy.
Thomas J. (“Tom”) Mew IV is of counsel with the firm of Rogers & Hardin, LLP in Atlanta, Georgia. Tom’s practice covers a broad range of employment law and litigation matters including both individual and class action wage-and-hour, discrimination, and harassment litigation, ERISA litigation, and general business litigation. Tom also regularly advises employers on employment contracts, releases, and restrictive covenant issues. Tom is a graduate of Davidson College and the University of Georgia School of Law. Following law school, Tom served as a law clerk to the Hon. Herschel P. Franks of the Tennessee Court of Appeals and to the Honorable Harold L. Murphy of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.
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