Nov 2nd, 2018

Business Interruption Insurance – Insurance Series, Part 2

Oct 29th, 2018

The Valued Policy Law – Insurance Series, Part 1

May 10th, 2018

Can anyone copyright or trademark Lebron James’ nickname, “Lebronto”?

For the third straight year LeBron James (a very good basketball player) and the Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Playoffs.  LeBron James’ […]
May 2nd, 2018

5G’s impact on local land use regulations

Apr 6th, 2018

Governor Signs Bill Voiding Walton County’s Customary Use Ordinance

Mar 22nd, 2018

Get off my lawn! (or pay me for it): an overview of eminent domain law for real estate professionals

Feb 25th, 2018

Walt Disney’s Iconic, Animated Film Steamboat Willie Sets Sail for the Public Domain

Feb 15th, 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: What it Means for Real Estate Investors

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the “Act”) recently passed by the United States Congress is already in effect, and delivering major tax savings to landlords, […]
Dec 21st, 2017

Offend Away! Offensive, Scandalous, and Immoral Trademarks Now Registrable

Earlier this year, on June 19, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Lanham Act’s prohibition on the registration of “offensive” trademarks in Matal v. […]
Dec 15th, 2017

Franchising Basics

You have a unique business concept, and you have one, two, or perhaps ten successful operating locations. You may be considering taking on additional debt or […]
Dec 6th, 2017

Construction Liens: Breaking it Down, Part 2

In Part 2, of Cameron Townes Gore’s Construction Blog, Cameron sheds light on “Notices to Owners” and their application in the construction industry.  Be sure to […]
Nov 25th, 2017

Lee Strayhan Obtains Judgment in Toxic Tort Case

On behalf of an international chemical company, Lee Strayhan recently secured a judgment dismissing a 2 million dollar claim in federal court following over a year […]