The first case heard at the Supreme Court of Georgia on Monday concerned charter schools, but the second case may have been more interesting to educators - or at least the English teachers
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Facts don't clarify, stories clarify. So, here are 10 scenarios of client frustration with the law and lawyers, plus 10 stories that the general counsel can use to educate, ease, and explain
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A business is not a charity. But if someone wants to leave early, let him, and pay him for the day, even if he does not work the full day. He always will remember
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