Many rumors have been made the last several days concerning the Governor of Georgia and a potential lock down of the State of Georgia. Regardless of one’s views of Governor Kemp’s actions, the actual Executive Order was far different from the rumors. Information should always be obtained from credible sources. The Shelter in Place Executive…

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Families First Coronavirus Response Act This bill responds to the coronavirus outbreak by providing paid sick leave and free coronavirus testing, expanding food assistance and unemployment benefits, and requiring employers to provide additional protections for health care workers. Specifically, the bill provides FY2020 supplemental appropriations to the Department of Agriculture (USDA) for nutrition and food…

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The Georgia Supreme Court issued a statewide judicial emergency. For some situations deadlines are extended until April 13, 2020; however, some matters with continue to be heard depending on the circumstances of the case. Each court in Georgia has issued additional orders with respect to pending non-essential matters. The Order may be found on HERE.

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One of the most critical aspects of any business and an area of primary interest to most entrepreneurs is how to expand their business pursuant to their own desires. The key element is personal or collective goals. Each entrepreneur is different each business is different, and it is critical to the optimum performance of the…

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Litigation strategies do not always require that litigation be pending. This should occur pre-suit during review of a potential resolution of a problem. Litigation can get out of hand and cause a lot of problems for both parties. Filing suit should be the last resort, but quite frequently it is required because of the behavior…

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Finding the right attorney can be a daunting task. Does the attorney have experience in this area of law? Are the attorney’s fees reasonable in comparison to what other similarly experienced attorneys charge? Does the attorney have time to handle to the matter? An internet search or flipping through the yellow pages will not necessarily…

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Every business deal involves risk and litigation always involves risk. Frequently, opposing parties and even those across the negotiating table want the other side to feel they are backed into a corner. This lends itself to a belief of a superior negotiation position. How do you get yourself out of that position? Do you need…

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Entrepreneurs, businesses and individuals should constantly plan on the worse case, even when times are good. This is the first step to asset protection whether you have something to protect now or have in the future. Free market economies are such that there will some bubble every 7 to 10 years. These fall in line…

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How do I know who I can trust? Imagine you’re travelling, and your car breaks down. You’re two hours away from home, you don’t have your wallet, and your cell phone battery is so close to running out that you think you only have one call. Who comes to mind? This is where you start…

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