Opioid-Dispensing Pharmacists to Pay $5M Penalty to Community

HunterMaclean attorney T. Mills Fleming was quoted in this article by Chris Marr, published in BNA’s Health Care Daily Report on October 31, 2017.

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Cybersecurity Basics for Board of Directors

This article by Diana McKenzie and Nicole Pope discusses some of the practical steps a responsible board of any size company should take to reduce cybersecurity risks.

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The Brunswick News: Panel: Cyber threats up in 2017

HunterMaclean’s Brunswick Critical Issues Forum on Cybersecurity took place on October 12, 2017. Tyler H. Jones of The Brunswick News covered the event.

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Georgia Has a New Uniform Power of Attorney Law

Attorney Rachel Fields discusses the new Georgia Uniform Power of Attorney Act (GUPOAA) and how it affects the law governing powers of attorney in Georgia.

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Implementation of Executive Order 13780 by the Department of State and the Department of Homeland Security

In his article for Business in Savannah, immigration attorney Mills Fleming provides a primer for navigating the recent travel ban orders.

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Savannah Logistics Lunch Focuses on Industry Disruptors

Colin McRae and Brad Harmon discuss the upcoming Savannah Logistics Lunch in their article for Business in Savannah.

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The Impact of Housing Tax Credits

HunterMaclean partner Adam G. Kirk explains how Housing Tax Credits work in this article for Business in Savannah.

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Rethinking the Real Estate Buying Process

HunterMaclean attorney Joey Strength offers practical advice to real estate buyers in this article for Business in Savannah.

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Legal Checklist for Your Business’s Success in 2017

Now is a good time to review your business structure, relationships, and agreements, to prepare and plan for success. Attorney David Burkoff provides a short legal checklist for a strong start to 2017.

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President Trump’s First Executive Order: First Steps Toward ACA Repeal

On January 20, within hours of taking the oath of office, President Trump signed an Executive Order widely viewed as the first step toward ACA repeal. Rebecca Sczepanski discusses what this means for employers.

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