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Georgia Retainage Law Amended

In the 2021-2022 session, the Georgia General Assembly made substantive changes in the Payment and Retainage Law. The rules still apply to Public Works Construction

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Executive Order Affecting P&P Bond Signatures Lapses

This post was edited by David R. Cook. As COVID-19 continues to evolve, the drastic effect on human interaction forces businesses to adapt. Governor Kemp provided respite with his most recent executive order that suspends the original–signature requirement for certain

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COVID-19 Tips for Employers

Many of our clients have inquired about what they should do when an employee contracts Covid-19. While the answer is complicated, depending on the circumstances

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