A civil lawsuit has been filed by federal regulators who claim that six insiders of one Georgia bank were negligent in their duties. According to reports, the bank officials approved some, or all, of nine loans that allegedly violated their own bank policies, prudent standards or bank regulations. The lawsuit was filed on Friday, July 13, in a U.S. District Court in Gainesville. Other business litigation action involving Georgia banks may be yet to come.
A lawsuit filed by a couple living near a Georgia-Pacific plant has been bumped up to a class-action lawsuit by a Superior Court judge. While the hearing on this business litigation issue was held in April, the judge's ruling was only recently announced.
Georgia franchisees may want to take advantage of a new technology created just for restaurant owners and managers to get live, immediate feedback directly from customers on a variety of performance levels.
With all the changes in the economy, many Georgia residents are looking to start their own businesses in an attempt to make their version of the American dream come true. The process of establishing a business organization can be such a rocky road, though, that even the most organized entrepreneur may question what direction to take. In order to stay on track, here are five helpful questions that would-be entrepreneurs might want to ask themselves before beginning their business ventures.