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Category: corporate law

Federal Laws Affecting ATM Businesses

Even if you are not a bank yourself, there are federal laws that you need to know about when you own and operate an ATM. There are different laws that apply, depending on whether the ATM is owned and operated by an individual or a bank. Many of the stringent security measures requiring video cameras are not necessary when…

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Contracts for COAM Placements

Atlanta ATM/COAM Business Lawyer

In Georgia, Coin Operated Amusement Machines (COAMs) are part of a regulated industry that requires a license from the State of Georgia. The owner of the machine may also need a contract to place their COAM in an establishment. It is always better to have all terms between the owner of the machine (the COAMs can be found in…

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Should You Form an LLC for Your ATM Business?

Georgia ATM/COAM Business Lawyer

ATMs can be challenging businesses that have a number of liability issues involved. Like any business, you are always better off when you are protected personally. You obtain the maximum amount of protection when you form an LLC.   No matter the type of business, you should form an LLC if there is any sort of risk to you….

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ATM Business Contracts

Georgia ATM Lawyer

When you own and operate an ATM, you need a place to put it where customers can utilize the machine. When you find a location, you will need to enter into a contract with the location owner. This is commonly called a placement agreement or site location agreement. Like any other business contract, your placement agreement should be carefully…

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How Mergers and Acquisitions Work

Marietta Business Transaction Attorney

A merger and acquisition is when two companies decide to join together, or one sells part of itself to another. The transaction is a detailed process that involves plenty of homework and paperwork before it can be final. Businesses will need an attorney to advise them from the very beginning of the mergers and acquisition process. First, the two…

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Should Your Business Incorporate?

Marietta Business Attorney

There are a number of compelling reasons why you would want to incorporate your business. Once your business grows beyond a certain point, you almost cannot afford not to be incorporated. You may even want to consider incorporating at the very beginning to prepare for your future growth. Why You Should Consider Incorporation Sooner Rather than Later One of…

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Proving Unlawful Retaliation by Your Employer

Employment Discrimination Attorney

Losing your job in retaliation for exercising your rights as an employee is unlawful, and you could be entitled to legal relief if your employer retaliates against you. One of the experienced Atlanta employment discrimination attorneys from Battleson Law is here to answer any questions you might have and evaluate your rights. You Are Legally Protected to Assert Your…

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Considerations for Online Retail Transactions

Atlanta Business Transactions Lawyer

Online transactions are so common in modern times because they are so easy and often are as quick as the press of a button. While convenient, there are risks that go along with the use of online transactions, namely the possible theft of your money or the theft of your personal information. Every consumer should be aware of these…

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Pros and Cons of Arbitration

business litigation lawyer

We are often asked about whether arbitration makes sense, especially when a client is presented with a contract that requires arbitration of disputes. Here are the benefits and drawbacks of arbitration. Pros Arbitration is a quicker and less expensive way of resolving your conflict. You do not have to go to the lengths of a full trial to get…

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Can You Avoid Going to Court to Resolve Your Business Dispute?

business litigation

While many people have the impression that litigation is all about trial, very few cases actually end up in front of a jury. Many disputes are resolved without having to go to court through compromise and negotiation. In fact, this is the best possible result in a business dispute. The key to resolving a business dispute is getting an…

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