Three Arnall Golden Gregory Attorneys Recognized in the ‘Who's Who Legal: Corporate Immigration 2019’ Guide

ATLANTA – Arnall Golden Gregory partners Montserrat C. Miller, Teri A. Simmons and Jay I. Solomon have been recognized as leading lawyers in the Who’s Who Legal: Corporate Immigration 2019 guide.

Based in the U.K., Who’s Who Legal is a reference source for companies and lawyers seeking top legal help worldwide.

Ms. Miller, with 22 years experience, co-chairs AGG’s Background Screening Industry Group. She counsels and defends companies regarding their hiring practices and compliance with the government’s Form I-9 and E-Verify employment eligibility verification requirements.

Ms. Simmons, who has been practicing law for nearly 30 years, leads AGG’s Immigration and Global Mobility Practice and the German Business Team. She manages legal services that support foreign-owned businesses and individuals investing in the U.S. in the areas of corporate, employment and immigration law. Ms. Simmons serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Georgia School of Law.

Mr. Solomon has 40 years of private practice, which includes founding IMMLAW, a national consortium of immigration law firms. He is a former president of the Georgia/Alabama Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Who’s Who Legal also lists three other AGG attorneys: Jennifer D. Burgar, Life Sciences: Regulatory; Glenn P. Hendrix, Arbitration; and Alan G. Minsk, Life Sciences: Regulatory.


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