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Atlanta Employment Lawyer Blog is Live

Hi friends. We finally did it. Buckley Beal LLP, LLC has entered the 21st Century with its launch of the Atlanta Employment Lawyer Blog-a blog devoted to tracking developments in the world of labor and employment law. We’ll do our best to keep you up to date on the latest trends in discrimination, harassment and wage and hour law, new employment cases and legislation, and other hot employment topics that we hope will be of interest to employees in Atlanta and throughout the state of Georgia.

Although our practice is focused on representing employees in employment discrimination, harassment, contract, tort, and overtime cases, we hope that all you employers out there will check out our blog from time to time. Yes, we’re tough employment attorneys, and we don’t hesitate to take our clients’ cases to court. But we’re also delighted when enlightened employers make the right choice and follow the law. So, if we can help educate employers to prevent employment problems from occurring, all the better.

The great thing about our blog is that you don’t have to remember to surf over to it if you want to see what’s happening. If you get yourself a news reader (many are free) and sign up for our RSS feed (using one of those little buttons on the side of the page), every time we add an entry to the site, it will show up on your computer. If you’re not quite ready for RSS, you can subscribe to our blog through an email subscription, which will automatically send you email alerts whenever we update the blog. Either way, you’ll get the latest breaking employment-related news delivered automatically to your desktop.

We’d also like to hear from you. If there’s anything you’d like to see on our blog, something we may have missed, or if you’d like to talk to one of our experienced Atlanta employment attorneys, just email us and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

Stay tuned!

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