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- I Left My Job and Now I Can't Make a Living - Non-Competes and Employees
Many employees have to sign "non-compete" agreements, often as a clause in initial hiring paperwork. Such clauses can throw a wrench in the hunt for new employment, and can cause you to be terminated from your new job. Here's what you need to know.
- Georgia Court of Appeals Denies Grading Contractors' Claims
A grading subcontractor was not paid for putting in the roads in a new subdivision; after the construction lender foreclosed upon the project developer, the subcontractor sought payment from the bank. After the trial court awarded the subcontractor its full claim plus attorneys fees, the Georgia Court of Appeals reversed. Some very important lessons for subcontractors and lien claimants are made clear in the ruling.
- 4 Common Types Of Small Business Litigation Suits
While big corporations and companies get sued fairly regularly, small businesses are liable these days as well. Small business litigation suits are more common than people think, and they can have serious consequences for the companies involved, including costing huge amounts in legal fees and settlement costs, tainting professional reputations, and taking up valuable time and effort.
- 8 Simple Changes To Improve Your Construction Contracts
In today's cut-and-paste world, even leading contract attorneys make mistakes. If you want to make your contracts easier to read and promote a problem-free project, then consider implementing some of the changes which we have suggested here.
- How to Answer Written Discovery in Your Case
You may have been told recently by your attorney that you need to answer written discovery in your case. This may come at a time when you are already stressed out by the fact that you are involved in a lawsuit. This article will give you some practical tips about how to manage the paperwork more easily.
- Don't Make a Mistake--Read Your Contract
Last week, the Georgia Court of Appeals rendered a decision which is detrimental to subcontractor who do not thoroughly read and understand their construction contracts. The contract included a provision which made the individual signing the contract on behalf of the subcontract company personally liable for the contract's performance. The court permitted this provision to be enforced against the signatory.
- Corporate Structure Ė Levels of Legal Control Over a Practice
When the partners in a health care practice argue, usually it comes from one of these problem areas: control, compensation, exit. Today Iíll talk about control.
- Love Hurts, and so Can Confidentiality
When you agree to say nothing to anyone, say nothing. To anyone.
- Goose Bumps, Conundrums and My Happy Place - Words Matter
If you own a business, do business with a business, enter into contracts as a business or for a business, or if your livelihood now and for the foreseeable future depends upon what that thing youíre signing actually says, words matter.
- The Importance of Proof of Ownership
There are many advantages to owning a business, assuming that ownership can be proven. Owning a business allows for personal wealth appreciation as the value of the underlying business increases. Corporate stock and limited liability entity ownership or membership interests provide an added benefit of liability protection.