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Drafting an Operating Agreement

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The State of Georgia does not require partnerships or limited liability companies (LLCs) to file operating agreements with the Corporations Division of the Secretary of State. However, it is in the company owners’ best interests to negotiate, draft, and sign such an agreement for their own benefit. Owners should always consult with a business lawyer in Atlanta about putting…

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What Insurance do you Need for Your Business?

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Starting a new business enterprise can be a challenging venture, to say the least. One of the major considerations for starting a new business is deciding which types of insurance you need. Having the proper insurance in place can ensure that your business remains profitable – and that it is able to survive tough times. Atlanta business attorney Mark…

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The Basics of an LLC

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A limited liability company (LLC) is a type of formal business entity that many owners select for their companies. As with all types of business entities, there are pros and cons to an LLC, and you should thoroughly discuss whether an LLC is right for you with a business lawyer in Atlanta. Benefits of an LLC Unlike a sole…

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Common Compliance Issues for Georgia Companies

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Whether you are looking to start a new business or you have an established company in the Atlanta area, legal compliance should always be an important issue. When you violate laws and regulations, it can result in serious consequences of your company, and it may jeopardize your operations entirely. Always discuss compliance issues with a skilled business lawyer in…

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Business and Corporate Law FAQ

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Businesses large and small face a wide variety of legal issues on a regular basis. From the very start to the very end of operations, owners will have many questions and concerns, and an experienced business lawyer in Atlanta can help. Below are some common questions from clients, and for more specific information, please contact Battleson Law, LLC. I…

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Questions to Address When Starting a Business

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Having a good idea that solves problems for others is only the very first step in starting your own business. There are many questions you need to carefully consider before you begin operations, and it is often extremely helpful to have the advice of an experienced startup lawyer in Atlanta during this process. The following are only two of…

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Were You the Victim of Medical Malpractice?

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We trust doctors to accurately assess our health issues and prescribe the proper treatment. Medical professionals are expected to meet a certain standard of care when providing treatment to patients. However, some doctors may make errors and fail to abide by the required standard of care, and patients may suffer unnecessary injuries as a result. This is called “medical…

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Protect Your Rights after a Car Accident

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In a recent year, there were 385,221 reported traffic accidents in Georgia, resulting in 19,405 serious injuries and 1,430 fatalities. With more than 1,000 crashes happening on a daily basis throughout the state, it is an unfortunate reality that an accident can happen to you. If someone else causes a crash, they should be responsible for your medical bills…

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Should You Have Your Employees Sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement?

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As an employer, you’ve likely heard about non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), which are exactly what they sound like they are – agreements that prevent a party from disclosing information to others. You may be wondering whether you need your employees to sign a non-disclosure agreement. The answer to this question, as it often is in the law, is that it…

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Have a Lawyer Review Your Commercial Lease

Whether you own commercial investment property or you are looking to lease commercial space for your business, having a detailed and favorable lease agreement in place is imperative. If you do not have the right terms in your lease agreement, you could be subject to financial losses and other liability. It’s always best to have an experienced contract attorney…

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