Business planning and transactions practice involves creating, organizing, governing as well as buying, selling and dissolving business entities.
Business law covers a wide variety of topics relating to the law of agency, corporations, partnerships, limited partnerships, franchises, and limited liability companies. It involves such issues as fiduciary relationships, closely held corporations, shares and stockholders, directors and officers, dissolution and receivership, franchise relationships, management duties and liabilities, mergers and acquisitions, securities, and antitrust.
Business planning and transactions is non-adversarial. Those facing conflicts should browse commercial litigation and labor law topic pages.
Recent Georgia Supreme Court Decisions:
- Georgia State Licensing Board For Residential And General Contractors v. Allen et al. (Ga. 2010) More Information & Full Text
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Individuals may represent themselves in legal matters. Self-help should be considered when possible adverse consequences are relatively modest.
ADR Options for Business Planning and Transactions:
Alternative dispute resolution is not applicable or available for Business Planning and Transactions.
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