Commercial Litigation refers to disputes between commercial businesses involving a broad range of matters as contractual obligations, unfair competition claims, franchise disputes, secured transactions, and intellectual property.
Distinct fields that may concern a business include labor and employment (governing relations with its own employees) and business transactions, non-adversarial legal work to accomplish such tasks as starting, buying or selling a business.
Recent Georgia Supreme Court Decisions:
- VILLANUEVA et al. v. FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY (Ga. 2013) More Information & Full Text
- WANG v. LIU (Ga. 2013) More Information & Full Text
- BULLARD v. MRA HOLDING, LLC et al. (Ga. 2013) (finding legal basis for lawsuit against Girls Gone Wild) More Information & Full Text
- CITY OF COLUMBUS et al. v. GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION et al. (and vice versa) (Ga. 2013) (upholds laws protecting billboard views against constitutional challenge) More Information & Full Text
- GREAT AMERICAN DREAM, INC., d/b/a PIN UPS NIGHTCLUB v. DEKALB COUNTY et al. (Ga. 2012) More Information & Full Text
- ROBBINS et al., d/b/a SUPERMARKET SPECIALTY PRODUCTS v. SUPERMARKET EQUIPMENT SALES, LLC et al. (two cases) (Ga. 2012) More Information & Full Text
- GROSSI CONSULTING, LLC et al. v. STERLING CURRENCY GROUP, LLC, d/b/a DINARBANKER.COM (Ga. 2012) More Information & Full Text
- GREENE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT v. CIRCLE Y CONSTRUCTION, INC. (Ga. 2012) More Information & Full Text
- TAMPA INVESTMENT GROUP, INC., et al. v. BRANCH BANKING & TRUST COMPANY, INC. (Ga. 2012) More Information & Full Text
- JORDAN v. MOSES (Ga. 2012) 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 Commercial Litigation:
- Mediation: Mediation is a recommended approach to resolving legal disputes before resorting to adversarial litigation. Mediation FAQ
- Arbitration: Arbitration is generally less expensive and time consuming than traditional litigation. Georgia law authorizes arbitration of a wide range of disputes. Arbitration FAQ
- Hybrid Mediation-Arbitration: Hybrid mediation-arbitration provides parties an opportunity to reach a voluntary settlement of some or all issues in dispute followed by arbitration of issues that the parties are unable to settle voluntarily.
- Case Evaluation: Case evaluation is an alternative dispute resolution method that is useful in the early stages of litigation.
- Discovery Audits or Masters: Discovery auditing service is available for litigated cases to help resolve complex discovery issues effectively.
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