CMS and HHS Signal Course Correction in New Stark, AKS and CMP Final Rules

By T. Mills Fleming, published in the Winter 2021 issue of the State Bar of Georgia’s Health Law Section newsletter.

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Recent Developments in Admiralty and Maritime Law

Co-authored by Justin Guthrie, this article was published in the Spring 2021 Survey Issue of the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Law Journal.

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Corporate Transparency Act: Will You Need to Register Your Business?

Corporate attorney Louann Bronstein gives a run-down on the groundbreaking Corporate Transparency Act in this article for Legal Newswire.

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Leadership Spotlight: A Conversation about Life and Business in the Golden Isles with Ben Hartman

Ben Hartman discusses his experience as chairman of the Brunswick-Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce and more in this piece for Georgia Trend magazine.

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Companies Can Mandate Vaccines for Employees, But Should They?

The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines is underway. Although companies can generally require vaccinations, whether they should is subject to debate. Attorney Shawn Kachmar discusses the issue in his article for Savannah Morning News.

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COVID-19 and Artificial Intelligence: How the pandemic has re-ignited a focus on the software

In their article for Savannah Morning News, Diana McKenzie and Nicole Pope discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the focus on AI as developers rush to create software that can help businesses reduce the risks for employees returning to work.

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FFCRA Leave Documentation

Now that businesses are reopening, some employees will be requesting paid leave pursuant to the Families First Coronavirus Relief Act (FFCRA). Attorney Wade Herring discusses what documentation businesses can and cannot request from employees and what documentation the business should maintain.

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Usage Reminders for the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan

As businesses receive PPP loans, review of the guidance is important, especially if the business will be seeking loan forgiveness. Attorney Louann Bronstein offers a compilation of existing guidance, including recent guidance issued on May 13, 2020. 

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Unemployment Challenges

Many employees are hesitant to return to work as businesses start to reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic. Attorneys Sarah Lamar and Amy Mitchell discuss employers’ options in this article for the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce.

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