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Protecting against claims which cannot be waived

When preparing for the often difficult process of terminating one or several employees, having a top-notch severance agreement can save your company endless post-termination headaches and frustrating lost time and resources. There are many components of a well-crafted severance agreement, and one of the most important is intentional language which will minimize the possibility of post-termination suits due to claims that cannot legally be waived.

Solve your legal dispute with securities arbitration

Working in Georgian business can lead to disputes at times, as the interests between you and your partners may shift, or you may discover that disagreeable practices or other issues may have cropped up behind your back. We at Kaufman & Forman, P.C., understand that you wish to protect your assets in the least damaging and most cost-effective way.

What are trademarks and why should you protect yours?

Up and coming business owners in Georgia like yourself have many potential issues to be on the lookout for. For example, what should you do if someone steals your trademark? We at Kaufman & Foreman, P.C., understand that you wish to protect your financial assets and hard work. We would like to provide you with information so that you can do just that.

What are bundled securities?

Being a business owner in Georgia means that you have to look out for your best interests, which can unfortunately be easier said than done at times. Here at Kaufman & Foreman, P.C., we understand that you may sometimes need help protecting your rights and getting compensation for any financial hardships that an untrustworthy partner may have put you through.

What is the RICO Act?

Business tort laws are set in place to protect your business and your personal investment from being upended by a raw deal or an underhanded party. Here at Kaufman & Forman, P.C., we understand that you may sometimes need a little extra boost when it comes to protecting your assets.

What should go into your employee handbook?

As an up-and-coming business owner in Georgia, there are several aspects of running a business that you will need to look into. For example, one indispensable part of your arsenal as a manager will be your employee handbook, which you must craft to suit your business and the needs of both it and its employees.

What is a confidentiality agreement?

As a new business owner in Georgia, you will likely run into many types of legal terms that you may not have heard before. However, it is important for you to come to know as many of them as possible in order to run your business smoothly. For example, you will likely be dealing with confidentiality agreements to some degree, so you should know how they function before diving in.

Companies’ responsibilities involving truthful advertising

Advertising is a vital part of business for businesses in Atlanta and elsewhere. Without ads on television, radio, the Internet and other venues, companies would have a more difficult time reaching potential customers. However, businesses also have a responsibility to make sure their advertising is truthful, accurate and not misleading.

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