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Eric Barnum to Speak at Georgia Employment Law Seminar

News / August 7, 2017

Partner Eric Barnum will be a panelist for the State Bar of Georgia Association’s “Trying Your Best: Employment Law Goes to Court” CLE seminar on Sept. 22, 2017, in Atlanta and also online. Barnum will join a panel discussion titled “Motions in Limine: Protecting the Story.”

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