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Business Litigation: What Goes Up…

In August of last year a California jury found South Korean multinational electronics company Samsung Group guilty of infringing on several patents owned by Apple, an American multinational electronics company. The upshot was a $1.05 billion dollar damage award to Apple. In March of this year, U.S. District Court Judge Lucy Koh reduced the damage Read More

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Yahoo: Face Time and Family Responsibilities

In an effort to increase collaborative creativity, Marissa Mayer, chief executive officer at Internet portal company Yahoo ended the work-at-home policy of that company in February. Shortly after, retailer Best Buy ended its flexible workplace policy. These moves ignited a national debate about creativity, productivity and the need for flexibility in the workplace. Both Yahoo Read More

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Well Planned Partnership Agreements Can Prevent Disputes Later On

In 2010, Anthony and Jennifer Tiberia opened a restaurant business in partnership with another couple. The responsibilities of each partner seemed simple enough: one couple managed the business by handling the day to day operations while the Tiberias funded the venture by putting up half the money. Less than a year later, relations between the partners Read More

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How to Negotiate a Confidentiality Agreement

Alan Carson is suing his former employers at Obor Digital, LLC claiming that the employment agreement he signed with them was overly restrictive. Among the complaints against Obor is that the agreement required Mr. Carson to agree to a completely vague and overly broad non-disclosure agreement regarding confidential information. Indeed, the agreement did not specify Read More

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What Happens to My Case After I Settle in Mediation?

Cecil Staton, the Republican state senator from Macon, has settled through mediation a long running dispute with Georgia Southern University (GSU). Mr. Staton’s radio network, Georgia Eagle Media, defaulted on paying GSU the agreed upon percentage of advertising fees generated as a result of broadcasting GSU football games. GSU threatened to withdraw the right to Read More

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How Does a Non-Compete Clause Help My Business?

Georgia’s state legislature passed a new non-compete law last year. The new law helps employers avoid seeing their best and brightest poached by competitors or losing customers to former employees with businesses that directly compete. The law was inspired by a 2009 court case, Atlanta Bread v. Lupton Smith. That non-compete agreement was invalidated by Read More

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