From offices in Savannah and Brunswick, HunterMaclean represents companies and individuals in Georgia, across the Southeast, and throughout the United States. Clients range from global companies to mid-size and small businesses and include Fortune 500 companies, banks and hospitals, professional service organizations, non-profit corporations, and start-up ventures. Founded in 1879, the Firm is committed to building long-term, strategic relationships to help clients navigate a constantly evolving business landscape.
Savannah Tech honored HunterMaclean partner Sarah Lamar at its annual Tribute to Community STARS on Friday. The event, now in its tenth year, honors individuals nominated for their service and dedication at work or in the community.
The partners at HunterMaclean have elected Brad Harmon to serve as managing partner. As managing partner, Brad will lead the HunterMaclean management committee, which guides firm strategy, sets long-term vision, and directs firm operations.
Twenty-eight students from Leadership Southeast Georgia visited Ogeechee Technical College and Georgia Southern University on a recent visit to Statesboro, Georgia. HunterMaclean's own Wade Herring is a member of the LSEGA Class of 2016.
At HunterMaclean’s Critical Issues Forum on February 25, experts discussed how Savannah could benefit from the growing local film industry. Mary Mayle of the Savannah Morning News covered the event for the newspaper’s Sunday issue.
Ten HunterMaclean attorneys were recently selected as 2016 Georgia Super Lawyers and five attorneys as 2016 Rising Stars. The prestigious Super Lawyers honor, awarded annually, represents the top five percent of attorneys in each state in the nation.
The second annual Savannah Logistics Lunch will be held on Thursday, July 21, 2016 at Armstrong Center on the Armstrong State University campus. The focus of this year’s event is Technology and Transportation.
The HunterMaclean Employment Group is pleased to be a sponsor of the upcoming Georgia Tech-Savannah presentation on Hiring, Retaining, and Engaging the Millennial Workforce. Gabrielle Jackson Bosché, president and founder of the Millennial Solution and author of 5 Millennial Myths: The Handbook for Managing and Motivating Millennials, will address Georgia Tech-Savannah’s May Learning Series Thursday, May 19, about how to hire, engage and retain the next generation of leaders.
Each time your firm seeks a new employee, you must follow federal requirements and determine how much background information is needed. Learn which steps are required and which are optional in the position ad, E-verify, employment history verification, school record review, criminal history check and credit history request.
During this seminar, attorney Wade Herring will discuss what the newly strengthened Americans with Disabilities Act means to employers. Armed with this knowledge, seminar attendees will be able to ensure that their firms are compliant with the ADA.