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Category: Employment law

Stembridge Taylor Recovers Seven-Figure Award on Behalf of Disabled Special-Education Teacher Crystal Lamb Following Six-Year Legal Battle Against Clayton County School District

July 24, 2023 Disability discrimination

Stembridge Taylor achieved a momentous victory earlier this month, recovering $1,096,435.42 from the Clayton County (GA) School District for client Crystal Lamb, a remarkable woman who overcame challenges stemming from a mid-career diagnosis of myotonia disorder, a form of muscular dystrophy, to remain a highly-recognized special education teacher. Ms. Lamb, […]

Stembridge Taylor Prevails Before Georgia Court of Appeals in Precedent-Setting Decision Interpreting DOL’s COVID-19 Emergency Rule

March 14, 2022 Employment law

On March 14, 2022, the Georgia Court of Appeals reversed and remanded the judgment of the Morgan County Superior Court affirming the Georgia Department of Labor Board of Review’s decision to deny our client’s claim for unemployment benefits when she was not able to safely return to work at a […]

Webinar: Leave of Absence

February 9, 2022 Employment law

Lisa Taylor recently taught a webinar to help people understand the ins and outs of leaves of absences. We are happy to provide the below resources to assist you, and invite you to contact our firm if you have any additional questions about LOAs or other employment inquiries. Leave of […]

Back-to-Back Federal Jury Verdicts

July 2, 2021 Employment law

Stembridge Taylor experienced the GA U.S. District Court’s return to “normal” operations first-hand this summer by preparing for, trying, and winning two jury trials spaced only two weeks apart. Within 4 weeks, our two-lawyer firm landed back-to-back federal jury victories for two well-deserving clients. Both cases had been highly litigious […]

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