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  • 2017 Annual Workers' Compensation Client Seminar - September 29

    NEED 15 CE HOURS!!...This seminar is for you.

    Join Swift Currie at this year's annual workers' compensation client seminar. "Dialing Up the Classics Telethon" will be held on Friday, September 29, at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.

    Attendees to this free program should include those in the insurance industry, risk management, human resources, safety, or related field. A complimentary lunch will be provided.

    This seminar has been submitted, and is pending approval, for a total of 15 CE hours (3 ethics and 12 p&c) by the Georgia Department of Insurance.

    **Important CE Information -- Seminar attendance AND a passing grade on the final exam, to be given at end of the seminar, are both required to receive all 15 hours.


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  • Brad Holcombe Speaking at ICLE Workers' Compensation Law Institute

    Partner Brad Holcombe is speaking at the Institute of Continuing Legal Education (ICLE) Workers' Compensation Law Institute seminar on October 7, 2017. His topic, "The Interplay Between SSDI and Workers' Compensation," encompasses the relationship between workers' compensation defense, Medicare issues and social security law.

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  • Alfonso to Speak at NBI Insurance Bad Faith Seminar December 1

    Swift Currie attorney Ashley Alfonso has been asked to speak at the upcoming NBI "Insurance Bad Faith - Defense Perspective" seminar on Friday, December 1, in Atlanta, GA. She will be addressing the topic of "Proper Investigation & Documentation."

    To Register for this Seminar: Click Here

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  • “Legal Considerations for Onboard Video Systems and Georgia’s Laws on Video Evidence,” Trux

    In an article published in the 2017 Fall issue of the Georgia Motor Trucking Association’s magazine, Trux, Swift Currie attorney Dan Kingsley discusses the increase of trucking companies using on-board video systems because of their vulnerability to civil litigation lawsuits. Kingsley also addresses Georgia’s laws behind using video evidence in the courtroom. “Oftentimes, the ability of a trucking company to determine the reason for an accident rests with the statements of each driver and an accident report completed by an officer who did not witness the incident,” Kingsley writes. Video preservation is vital to the trucking companies, specifically, “A clear and communicated policy regarding video preservation is imperative for any company implementing video systems.” For the full article, you may view the digital edition of the magazine here.

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  • "Kandel on New Commercial Liability Insurance Cases in Georgia,” Law360

    In an article published on September 8, 2017, in Law360, Swift Currie associate Jonathan Kandel provides insight into several important commercial liability insurance cases that have been decided in Georgia over the past number of months. The cases represent significant decisions and/or reflect common issues that arise. Those include Occidental Fire & Casualty of North Carolina v. Goodman, in which the Georgia Court of Appeals addressed what happens when a company representative applies for and obtains insurance in the wrong corporate name and also whether an insurance agent can be sued for failing to obtain the proper insurance coverage. For all of the cases that he explores and the decisions in them, subscribers to Law360 may click here.

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  • “Potter Appointed to Advisory Board for Non-Profit Handshake Atlanta,” Daily Report

    In the “On the Move” section of the Daily Report, Swift Currie attorney Donovan Potter was mentioned for his appointment to the advisory board of Handshake Atlanta, a non-profit organization dedicated to coaching Atlanta high school student-athletes for success in life. The item mentions that the national non-profit, which is based in Columbus, Ohio, began its Atlanta program this year. To read the entire “On the Move” section, subscribers to the Daily Report may click here.

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