Why Your Georgia LLC Needs A Written Operating Agreement
We regularly encounter the following situation: two 50/50 partners conduct their business through a limited liability company with no written operating agreement, i.e., a written contract that governs the LLC’s…read more
What Should You Do About the Federal Trade Commission’s Proposed Rule Banning Non-Compete Clauses?
If you are reading this, you likely already know that the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) has noticed a proposed rule banning the use of post-term non-compete clauses by employers nationwide.…read more
So, You Want to Collect? What Does your Contract Say?
So, you have entered into a contract. You have supplied goods or performed services. Your performance was timely. Your performance complied with the terms of the agreement. Now, it is…read more
Mediation: It’s Not Just for Litigants Any More
Sometimes, practitioners who practice exclusively in one area of the law ought to wander aimlessly in the entrails of another area of the law. You never know what you will…read more
What does the Covid-19 pandemic mean for your business?
The sudden cessation of business activity due to social distancing has put small businesses under tremendous financial pressure. If many or even most small businesses cannot service their payables, are…read more