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Georgia Jurisprudence®: Business, Employment, and Insurance

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Lawyers Cooperative Publishing
Copyright: 2014-2020
Service #: 13989119
Sub #: 13989118
Pages: 4412
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Cumulative supplement

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Georgia Jurisprudence®: Business, Employment, and Insurance



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These volumes present a modern statement of Georgia law covering selected topics in business and commercial law (Vols. 4–7); employment and labor law (Vol. 17); and insurance law (Vol. 16). They provide a statement of substantive law in these areas, and can be purchased as part of the full set of Georgia Jurisprudence.


  • Presents an integrated analysis of the relevant case and statutory law for each topic covered
  • Includes references in each topic to relevant sections of Georgia Litigation Forms and Analysis
  • Provides references to Georgia Forms, Legal and Business and American Jurisprudence Pleading and Practice Forms
  • Provides references to American Jurisprudence Legal and Business Forms, 2d, American Law Reports, and American Jurisprudence Trials
  • Also includes references in each topic to American Jurisprudence Proof of Facts
  • Regular supplementation provides the most recent case and statutory developments