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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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Shareholder/Partnership Disputes When Imposing a Capital Call

By Carroll Law Firm |

The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on entire industries and businesses across the nation. As many companies’ revenue has taken a nosedive, and some incurred additional expenses during the coronavirus crisis, partnerships may find no other choice but to request “capital calls” to address their financial struggles. What is a Capital Call… Read More »

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Taking Your Partnership Dispute to Court Versus Resolving It Outside of Court

By Carroll Law Firm |

A partnership dispute can arise out of nowhere, which is why it is natural to consider all available options. The first option is to go to court and go through the lengthy and oftentimes expensive litigation process. The second option is to resolve the disagreement outside of court, preferably with the help of an… Read More »

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Getting out in Front of Contract Disputes

By Carroll Law Firm |

In the business world, contract disputes occur for a multitude of reasons ranging from defective services and merchandise to fraud.  If the parties are unable to resolve the dispute on their own, litigation may be the only option. If a contract was breached by another company or contractor, or your business is being accused… Read More »

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5 Factors Behind Partnership Disputes in Georgia’s Business Litigation

By Carroll Law Firm |

In business litigation, a partnership is an arrangement in which two or more individuals or entities engage in business relations to share in the profits. Business partners may disagree on a variety of aspects in partnership, especially when they encounter financial or other problems. Disagreements between business partners are a delicate matter that must… Read More »

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