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Rumsey & Ramsey obtained a judgment for $141,489.35 against a former employee of Atlanta Union Mission who used the credit of Atlanta Union Mission to obtain equipment and material that were not used in the business of Atlanta Union Mission. The Atlanta Union Mission accounting department investigation that uncovered the wrongdoing was triggered by an unusually large number of purchases of HVAC units and Freon […]
Partner Ronald Cundy recently visited China and toured manufacturing facilities and met with owners and upper management. The purpose of Mr. Cundy’s trip to China was to study and evaluate the Chinese corporate culture as it relates to Chinese manufacture of goods that are exported to the United States. Mr. Cundy visited the cities of JinHua, Hangzhou, and Shanghai as […]
I was recently fired from my job in Georgia. I wanted to know if I qualify for Georgia unemployment benefits. I was in fact fired for my work not being up to par, but I was working in a job that I really did not have the training for. I felt like it was pretty unfair for my employer to almost set me up to fail. Please let me know if there is anything that can be done!
Judging from your brief description, there is a reasonable chance that you will qualify for unemployment benefits under Georgia law. The general rule is that a person cannot receive unemployment benefits if they have not followed the rules and instructions set out by the employer or they have failed to carry out their duties of […]
I am a non lawyer and sued someone in a Georgia magistrate court. They have hired a lawyer. Does this mean I need a lawyer too?
As you know, in Georgia you are permitted to represent yourself in magistrate court. However, the rules of evidence apply to magistrate court cases and those rules can be difficult for a non lawyer to follow. The opposing attorney in your case will be familiar with the rules of evidence and will likely object to any evidence that […]
“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” The reader should note that the U.S. constitutional guarantee set forth above does not include the right to possess any specific type of firearm.