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Stanton Law LLC is proud to announce that David W. Adams is joining the firm to lead its transactional practice. David brings years of experience in mergers and acquisitions, expansions, financing transactions, and financial institutions law to Stanton Law. His practice will expand Stanton Law’s offerings to include transactional services to current and new clients....

Stanton Law LLC is proud to announce the hiring of three attorneys and two law school clerks. In a time when most firms are shrinking, Stanton continues to grow with both lateral and new-graduate hires. In addition, Stanton has maintained its clerkship program, offering valuable firm experience to select law school students.  In March, Danielle...

As states reopen, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued new enforcement guidance and outlined its plan for investigating claims of workplace violations related to COVID-19 infections. The updated policies supersede OSHA’s previous COVID-19 related guidance and went into effect on May 26, 2020. Under the new guidance, the pivotal question remains whether...

The same tight timetable that forced businesses to quickly shutter their brick-and-mortar locations and go remote could apply for businesses opening back up. Witness Georgia governor Brian Kemp’s recent amendment to his executive order earlier this week allowing certain businesses to reopen with only five days’ notice. Regardless of whether you agree with our governor’s...

Despite COVID-19 turning your business upside-down for the last month with new laws and stay-at-home orders, remember business owners are still required to comply with all the other employment laws that predated this crisis: “FMLA Classic,” FLSA, Title VII, ADEA, ACA, ADA, etc., etc. None of these laws are dormant while you figure out how...