Introlaw.com is published by Tom Garland, Jr., an
attorney licensed to practice law in Tennessee.
Since 1997, Mr. Garland has published another web
site: Garland's Digest on Employment Discrimination Law.
That web site is designed for attorneys and provides
attorneys from across the country with weekly updates on
the latest employment discrimination law decisions.
Digest is a subscription-based web site, meaning a
person must pay to access the site. The purpose of
Introlaw.com is to provide free information of a basic,
introductory nature. However, employment discrimination
law is extremely complicated and anyone who believes
that he or she has been a victim of employment
discrimination or anyone who believes that his or her
company is about to be sued for employment
discrimination, should contact an attorney in his or her
locale. This is one area of the law where one
needs an experienced attorney.
Below are a few testimonials submitted by subscribers to
several occasions I have found an EEO case or discussion
in Garland's Digest that is directly on the point of a
pending matter. The few minutes spent reviewing each
week's newsletter (immediately upon receipt, regardless
of what I'm engaged in) are the most profitable of my
practice." - Dennis G. Ciccarillo of Eisenberg,
Anderson, Michalik & Lynch, LLP, New Britain,
"Timely, accurate employment law updates written in
plain english. It takes little time to read, but has
proven to be invaluable to my practice." - David
Cashdan of Cashdan & Kane PLLC, Washington, D.C.
the most intelligent, cost-effective internet tool for
staying on the cutting edge of EEO case law AND tracking
- Gregory Homer of Swidler Berlin Shereff
Freidman LLP, Washington, D.C.
$49 subscription rate is a bargain. I would be willing
to pay several times that for the timely summaries that
arrive each week. They save me hours of research time."
- Karen Coolman Amlong of Amlong & Amlong, P.A.,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
is easily the most user-friendly and helpful research
tool available. Hard to believe it even exists!"
Christopher E. Parker of Freeman Mathis & Gary,
LLP, Atlanta, GA
up, employment lawyers! Tom Garland's website and
newsletter provide the single most useful tool for
keeping abreast of new case law I have ever seen. Check
it out!" - Ann Hale-Smith of Irvin, Stanford &
Kessler, LLP, Atlanta, Georgia
forward to going to the site every week. I always find
at least one case, usually more, that is immediately
useful to me with my current caseload." - John
F. Wymer, III of Paul Hastings, Atlanta, Georgia
"Garland's Digest is the first source of information I
check in researching employment law questions because of
the ease of using it and the emphasis on appellate
decisions. I find it to be quick and simple to use, and
more relevant than other employment law sites that have
annual subscription fees of $1,000 or more."
James G. Frierson, Johnson City, Tennessee, author of
PREVENTING EMPLOYMENT LAWSUITS and EMPLOYER'S GUIDE TO
THE ADA, published by the Bureau of National Affairs