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Caught “Red Handed”?

Haskin and Associates recently defended a client allegedly caught “red-handed” using an illegal substance. When illegal drugs were found in the automobile and our client was observed holding an object that appeared to contain that same substance, it appeared to many, including the prosecutors, that he had been caught “red-handed.”[…]

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Employment Claim Settles

Haskin and Associates settles another employment claim. After suffering from a serious illness, the client brought suit for violations of the Family Medical Leave Act. Her termination became effective the day after she returned to work. The fact that she was the number one performer on the team prior to[…]

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FMLA CLAIMS

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)… Ensures eligible employees are able to use up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave. Qualifying leave can be used all at once or in increments as short as a few hours at a time. Ensures eligible employees maintain insurance benefits. Ensures eligible employee[…]

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Former Georgia State Student Bar President Working with Haskin and Associates

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE(Free-Press-Release.com) November 10, 2010 —The former Georgia State University Student Bar President, David Purvis has associated with the Atlanta Law firm Haskin and Associates, LLC. The firm is located in Atlanta and handles myriad types of cases including domestic issues, personal injury, employment problems and criminal matters. Purvis,[…]

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Arguing Gender Bias of DUI Test Wins Case

Lisa Bufton of Woodstock was acquitted in a DUI case last month. Two glasses of merlot put a Cherokee County woman in the middle of a dispute over how to accurately measure whether females are legally intoxicated.

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