A recent analysis by CNBC ranked Georgia as the sixth-best state overall in which to do business. With such a great reputation, it is no surprise many companies that originate from out of state seek out opportunities in Georgia. However, when problems arise and litigation becomes a possibility for a foreign company doing business in Georgia, these entities and their personnel would do well to understand certain facets of Georgia law to effectively and efficiently negotiate the troubled waters of litigation.

Properly Registering a Business in Georgia

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