Category: Employment Law
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By Lucas Bradley, Bouhan Falligant Special to Business in Savannah In a country where mass shootings are becoming more common, the legal system is holding American employers liable for protecting their employees and buildings. In the most damaging case this year, hundreds of people have joined multiple lawsuits against the MGM Grand and concert organizer […]
Licensed to Go Out of Business: The Regulations and Legal Issues Pertaining to Inventory Reduction Sales
By Andrew H. Dekle, Bouhan Falligant LLP Special to Business in Savannah The recent announcement of nationwide store closings by well-known retailers Sears, Kmart, and the Limited (including some of their locations in Savannah) provides occasion to discuss the surprisingly complex legal issues associated with going-out-of-business, moving, and other inventory reduction sales. While national chains […]