Are You Prepared for the Changing Employment Law Landscape? Learn from Krevolin & Horst Partner Joyce Gist Lewis

Joyce Gist Lewis spoke at the Primerus International Summit in New York City on a panel titled Navigating the Changing Employment Law Landscape. Her panel covered several key points, including the recent McLaren Macomb NLRB decision, what employers are impacted by the decision, and the effect of the decision on future and existing employment separation agreements. The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) is a federal […]

A Whole New World: What Georgia Employers Need to Know Following FTC’s Blockbuster Announcement it will Seek to Limit Non-Competes

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) published a proposed rulemaking on January 5, 2023, aiming to eliminate entirely the use of non-compete agreements between employers and employees, including invalidating existing agreements that employers may have entered into years earlier.  The proposed rule, which will impact private employers in all states, including Georgia, is located here: […]

K&H Arbitration Blog

Eleventh Circuit Provides Common Sense Guidance on Confirming and Vacating Arbitration Awards October 20, 2021 – R. David Gallo Section 9 of the Federal Arbitration Act (9 U.S.C. § 1 et seq.) provides that, “at any time within one year after the award is made any party to the arbitration may apply … for an […]