|Mailing Address||The Ogletree Building, 300 North Main Street, Suite 500, 29601, Greenville, SC|
|University ||Furman University, B.A., 1980|
|Law School||Georgia State University, J.D., 1988|
|Admitted||1989, Georgia, Supreme Court of Georgia and U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia. (Not admitted in South Carolina)|
|Memberships ||State Bar of Georgia (Chair, 2008; Executive Committee Member, International Law Section); American Immigration Lawyers Association (Board of Governors, 1995-1996; President, Atlanta Chapter, 1995-1996).|
|Born||Beckley, West Virginia, 1957|
Captain, Jessup International Moot Court. International and Comparative Law Society (Treasurer, 1987-1988; President, 1988-1989). Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award in International Law. Listed: USA Chambers Listing 2006- present; Georgia Super Lawyer 2006 — Robert Bosch-Carl Duisberg Fellowship. Catholic Charities, Board of Directors. Author: Homeland Security Law Handbook, Chapter 8. Powell Goldstein Pro Bono Lawyer Award, 2006. ChildSpring International, Board of Directors. Author: The PERM Book, Chapter 33, 2008-9 Edition. Frequent speaker and writer for AILA programs and publications. Best Lawyers in America 2009 — present.
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Retailers Should Review I-9 Processes in Light of Recent DOJ Settlement
Rebecca L. Sigmund, July 28, 2015
Late last month, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) reached a settlement agreement with a large clothing retailer to resolve claims that the company discriminated against a non-U.S. citizen in violation of the federal immigration laws. The agreement requires the payment of substantial back pay...
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