On December 8th, U.S. District Judge Tilman E. Self III denied Perdue Food LLC’s bid to dismiss claims by Roger “Dale” Parker that the company violates state and federal labor laws with policies [...]
The Media Law Resource Center has published an article by Caplan Cobb attorney Sarah Brewerton-Palmer titled “Supreme Court Invalidates TCPA Amendments, Expands Skepticism of Content-Based [...]
WALB News sat down with Caplan Cobb attorney Sarah Brewerton-Palmer to talk about whether the Valdosta police’s recent arrest of a protester holding a sign containing profanity violated the First [...]
Georgia Supreme Court Reverses Course and Broadens Exception Allowing Recovery of Attorneys’ Fees From Bad-Faith Opponents
A recent decision from the Georgia Supreme Court has upended the state’s rules about awarding attorneys’ fees.
As everyone adjusts to life during the coronavirus pandemic, social distancing measures are forcing government entities to hold meetings virtually.
Employment Law Update: Tread Carefully When Requesting Information about Past Pay
Sarah Brewerton-Palmer contributed an article to the Media Law Resource Center newsletter on defamation claims related to social media.
Caplan Cobb and Johnson Marlowe Obtain Approval of $14.5 Million Retirement Benefits Class Action Settlement
Caplan Cobb and its co-counsel successfully obtain federal court approval of a retirement benefits settlement.
Our May 9th filing of a petition with the Supreme Court of the United States marks Caplan Cobb’s ongoing pro bono commitment. Since 2016, Caplan Cobb associate Sarah Brewerton-Palmer has [...]