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Georgia Court of Appeals Affirms Decision Denying Arbitration

Since passage of the Federal Arbitration Act of 1925, arbitration clauses have become a commonplace, if not boilerplate, provision utilized in contracts executed in the United States. However, given the ubiquity of adhesion contracts, many people are often unaware they are waiving the right to have their grievances decided in court and, more importantly, many…

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Georgia Court of Appeals Reverses in Atlanta Elder Negligence Case

With further progress in modern medicine and the concomitant increase in life expectancy, an increasing number of Americans find themselves living for a longer period of time than their predecessors. Increased life expectancy is certainly a positive, but many among America’s elderly population now find themselves living in nursing homes or other assisted living facilities…

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