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Business litigation may be necessary to decide stock price

Georgia car aficionados may know that Fiat SpA owns automaker Chrysler. As such, Fiat has been trying to purchase the stock owned by the second largest shareholder in Chrysler, the United Auto Workers (UAW) healthcare trust. The parties have resorted to business litigation to settle on a price for the shares owned by the UAW health care trust.

Georgia business organization can be a delicate balance

Starting and maintaining a small business in Georgia requires a good deal of planning. Business organization requires a delicate balance of what can be done internally versus what a company will need from outside sources. Mergers and partnerships can be invaluable in achieving a company's goals, but can also cause unforeseen issues.

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