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Georgia materialmen liens

 It is no secret that the past four years have been tumultuous, if not devastating, for the construction industry in Georgia. Commercial and residential contractors alike have suffered tremendous losses as the nationwide economic collapse brought projects to a literal halt across the State.

Recently, however, I have begun to hear encouraging news from several of my clients who work in the construction industry, who tell me that the building market is beginning to show signs of life. Although we are still months, if not years, away from a major recovery, many owners and developers are working hard to breathe life into this previously stagnate industry.

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Primary Issues in Divorce

Divorce is and should be a difficult decision. But, too often this difficulty has led many divorcing spouses to try to move through the process as fast as possible without properly considering all of the issues and pitfalls that must be addressed. The process to end a marriage is much more difficult than the one that began it. If divorce is where you must go, then you must carefully consider, among other things:

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Letter to the Editor

 Published in the Cherokee Tribune, November 27, 2010

BUSINESS OWNERS AND EMPLOYEES MUST CONSIDER THE RAMIFICATIONS OF NEWLY ENACTED HB 173

On November 2, 2010 a political sea change swept the nation as voters resoundingly rejected the brand of "hope and change" that had been previously marketed by their political representatives. While most election coverage focused on the Republican takeover of the U.S. House of Representatives and that party's dominance in Georgia's state elections, relatively little attention was paid to the revolutionary changes in the laws that govern non-compete, non-disclosure, and non-solicitation (collectively referred to as "restrictive covenants") provisions in Georgia employment contracts; however, a firm understanding of the new laws is critical for all Georgia business owners and employees.

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