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Are Oral Agreements Enforceable in Georgia?

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Sometimes, business partners or entities enter into oral agreements. Generally, oral agreements are enforceable and binding in the State of Georgia. However, the enforceability of an oral contract depends on the type of agreement and facts of your case. If you had an oral agreement and the other party breached the contract, you may… Read More »

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Four Elements of a Tortious Interference Claim in Georgia

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When one company or individual wrongfully interferes with contractual obligations or business relationships between two other parties, this can cause significant harm and loss of profits. When it happens, the victim may file a tortious interference claim against the wrongdoer. Elements to Prove a Tortious Interference Claim To prevail on a tortious interference claim,… Read More »

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How to Deal with a Breach of Contract in Georgia Business Litigation

By Carroll Law Firm |

Business relationships typically involve a contract signed between the participating parties.  The parties’ rights and duties are regulated by the terms and definitions contained within that contract. When a party fails to perform its obligations under a contract, the other party may be able to sue for specific performance or compensatory damages. However, your… Read More »

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COVID-19: Defenses if a Party is Unable to Meet Their Contractual Obligations in Georgia

By Carroll Law Firm |

If the coronavirus pandemic has impacted your business’ ability to meet its contractual obligations, you may be considering your options to excuse performance.  Fortunately, there are contractual defenses available, but it may be difficult to use any of them unless your particular situation meets very specific requirements. Invoking a force majeure clause may be… Read More »

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