On Monday, June 13, Harold Yellin will be part of Emergent Savannah’s ongoing series “Monday Means Community” at the Sentient Bean. Mary Landers will moderate a discussion with Harold, Tom Thomson (Executive Director of the MPC), Kevin Klinkenberg (Executive Director of the SDRA), and Ryan Madson (Professor of Architecture and Urban Design). The discussion will look at the six corridors primed for development and the role of the citizen in the process, and ask what pressures and opportunities Savannah’s built environment faces and how that relates to the overall vision for Savannah. The event starts at 7:00 pm, arrive early for a seat.
Georgia Tech-Savannah and HunterMaclean will partner to present a seminar, “OSHA Busters: A Compliance and Legal Perspective,” on June 23 at the Georgia Tech-Savannah campus. The session, led by Myrtle Turner, director of the Georgia Tech OSHA Training Institute Education Center, and HunterMaclean’s managing partner, Brad Harmon, will address the OSHA inspection process and how safety professionals can be proactive.
Presented in partnership with the Georgia Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Georgia Southern University, and the City of Savannah, this class is designed for existing and new business owners who are looking for a physical location to lease or purchase. The class will take attendees through the process, starting with identifying an ideal location to the actual signing of the lease or purchase agreement.
Presented in partnership with Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce and UGA Small Business Development Center, this seminar will provide business owners and HR professionals with straightforward information to help them manage the legal aspects of their greatest resource—their employees.
Georgia Southern University is offering Human Resources (HR) seminars at the Coastal Georgia Center in Savannah and at HunterMaclean’s Brunswick office, beginning in February and continuing throughout May 2015. The first seminar, LAW 108: Georgia Employment Law, will be presented by HunterMaclean attorney Sarah Lamar on Tuesday, Feb. 3 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at the Coastal Georgia Center.
Legal Lunch & Learn: Minimizing Business Losses and Credit Issues with Open Accounts, Defaults, and Bankruptcy
This lunch-and-learn was presented in partnership with Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce and UGA Small Business Development Center. Attorneys Edgar Smith and Bob Cunningham will discuss the rights and options of businesses, as creditors, in Bankruptcy Court. The program took place on Wednesday, January 21, from 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce.
This breakfast-and-learn took place on Wednesday, January 14, from 7:30-9:00 a.m. at HunterMaclean’s main office. Attorney Dave Burkoff covered important employment law topics as they pertain to business owners, managers, and leaders. This seminar is part of a series presented in partnership with the Savannah Small Business Development Center.
No matter how many employees you have, you have employment issues. HunterMaclean attorney Wade Herring will present a breakfast-and-learn on November 12 entitled “Answers Over Easy: Employment Law for Businesses of Any Size.”
A one hour lunch-and-learn seminar that brings together four experienced business advisors to provide an overview of buy-sell agreements and discuss issues that business owners should consider when creating or updating their agreements.