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Helping employees find justice in eleven states with offices in Illinois, Georgia, and Alabama.

Is your pay short of what the law requires?

Is your pay short of what the law requires?

Have you been working overtime and not getting paid for it? Overtime violations aren't always obvious or straightforward, and hourly workers aren't...


This Session’s Proposed Bills Could Impact Your Employment

The Georgia Legislature is considering several bills that could affect Georgia employees if passed. Listen to this episode of the Justice at...

May – Workers’ Comp

May – Workers’ Comp

Workers' Compensation Law in Georgia In this episode of Justice at Work, Partner Kathy Harrington-Sullivan interviews Laura Reis of Reis Law, LLC...


An Introduction To The GA Legislative Session

Have you heard about The Georgia Legislative Session? With the new year comes new resolutions not just for individuals but also for...


Hustle Culture is Not The Answer

As employers and employees navigate the new normal since COVID-19, there has been a considerable shift away from "hustle culture." The days...


The Barrett & Farahany Difference

As the gap between employees and employers widens, it has become increasingly important for employees to find reliable legal help. However, not...


What Vaccine Mandates Mean For You

Vaccination shots are becoming mandatory for certain workers. Many of you have been sharing your concern about this mandate with us. In...


Racial Harassment At Home—What Should You Do?

If your neighbors are harassing you to leave your home because of your race, it can feel like you have limited options....


August 2021 – Why the ADA’s Guidance on Long COVID Is Significant

Even though the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has yet to address long (chronic) COVID and workers, recently issued Americans with Disabilities Act...


July 2021 – Actions you can take to protect your job during the pandemic

With the surge of the Delta variant, Covid in the workplace is again top of mind for many folks. Early research has...


June 2021 – Should You Be Getting Paid Overtime?

Overtime isn't just for hourly workers. In this Justice at Work podcast, Severin Roberts discusses common overtime wage violations and shares tips...


May 2021- Don’t Let Fear of Rejection Hold You Back from Exploring an Employment Lawsuit

Not every employment law case will yield a sizable settlement or even be accepted by an attorney. But fear of rejection shouldn't...


April 2021 – Depositions Demystified: What are they and what to expect?

The Hollywood depiction of a deposition is usually a highly dramatic affair in which some new revelation comes to light that makes...


March 2021 – Equal Pay: It’s the Law

What is the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and how does it protect both women and men? In this latest episode of...


February 2021 – Can your Employer Mandate the COVID Vaccine?

In our latest Justice at Work podcast, attorney Grace Starling draws on her expertise in employment and labor law to explain employer-mandated...


January 2021- Frequently Asked Questions Answered by Kathy Harrington-Sullivan

In the January 2021 edition of the Justice at Work Podcast, Attorney Kathy Harrington-Sullivan answers frequently asked questions that clients are asking...


October- Making Sense of the Tax Platforms for the 2020 Election

The October edition of Justice at Work on Business Radio X is up. Attorney Kathy Harrington Sullivan & Eric Santos, Executive Director of North Georgia...


September – FFCRA, ADA, & Recent Updates

The September edition of Justice at Work on Business Radio X is a two-part series. Attorneys Kathy Harrington Sullivan & Adian Miller...


July – Wrongful Death & Serious Injury

In this episode of Justice at Work, Partner Kathy Harrington-Sullivan interviews Michael S. Wilensky, the Lead Litigator of the Wrongful Death /...


June – Discrimination in the Workplace

In this episode of “Justice At Work,” Partners Amanda Farahany and Kathy Harrington-Sullivan are joined by guest Todd Stanton of Stanton law...


In this debut episode of “Justice At Work”, Partners Amanda Farahany and Kathy Harrington-Sullivan, discussed your rights as a Georgia worker during COVID-19, the recent “Stay At Home” order by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Bottoms, and COVID-19 resources available to you.



Date of Broadcast: 03/25/2020

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