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Across America, many stadiums and arenas are taking steps to enhance security for their attendees. While many of those guidelines may prove inconvenient—many women, for example, struggle with the inability to bring their purses into these venues—they also help protect everyone attending the event. At the same time, you should…

COVID-19, otherwise known as the coronavirus, has had a tremendous impact on where we can go—and when. Governors across the country have issued shelter-in-place orders over the past five weeks to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus and help ensure public safety. Depending upon the state in which you…

Every year an average of six million car accidents take place in the United States, and each day 90 people die as a result of these accidents. An additional two million people suffer some form of a permanent injury related to a motor vehicle accident. Of the accidents resulting in…

The Supreme Court of Georgia decides whether a landlord can be held liable for tenant’s dog attack when the landlord failed to repair a broken backyard gate. In Tyner v. Matta-Troncoso, S18G0364 (2019), a dog bite lawsuit, the Supreme Court of Georgia decided whether a landlord’s motion for summary judgment…

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