Articles Posted in Real Estate

When Money Alone Isn’t Enough: Obtaining Injunctive Relief in Your Georgia Contract Dispute Case
Poole Huffman, LLC

Sometimes, what you need from your commercial contract litigation action is an appropriate sum of money damages to compensate you for the harm you suffered before and during the litigation. Sometimes, though, no amount of money can compensate you for the harm someone’s misconduct is causing. When that happens, there’s another option for relief. It’s…

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A Famous Athlete’s Rico Case Outcome Holds Several Useful Lessons if You’re Defending a Rico Claim in Georgia
Poole Huffman, LLC

If you follow enough civil RICO cases, you’ll notice that many plaintiffs’ RICO claims lack merit, sometimes obviously so. Of course, even when the RICO claim that a plaintiff has aimed at your business is one of those claims long on bluster and short on merit, they are still potentially harmful to you and your…

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How the Right Settlement and Release Agreement Can Give You the Legal Protection You Need Against Legal Action in Georgia
Poole Huffman, LLC

In any real estate dispute that winds up in litigation, there are several things that you have to weigh carefully. One of the biggest decisions you’ll make is whether to settle your case or continue litigating. If you are seriously considering a settlement, it is vitally important to understand exactly what the settlement agreement you…

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How an Llc Member’s Indirect Ownership Interest in a Georgia Apartment Complex Stopped It From Obtaining an Injunction
Poole Huffman, LLC

In any LLC, there are limits to what the managing member can do. There are also, however, limits to what an associate member can do to stop a managing member from acting in a way it opposes. Experienced Georgia business litigation counsel can help you determine what your options are when it comes to an…

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The Legal Doctrine of ‘res Judicata’ and How to Avoid Having It Derail Your Georgia Breach of Contract Case
Poole Huffman, LLC

In any commercial agreement, one enters into the agreement confident in the belief that it will be productive and beneficial to both sides. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen. Sometimes, business relationships break down, and litigation is the result. If you find yourself in a failed business relationship that has reached (or is headed toward) litigation,…

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Georgia’s ‘anti-Slapp’ Statute and How It Can Affect Your Commercial Litigation Case
Poole Huffman, LLC

When you are pursuing a commercial litigation action in Georgia, you might find yourself faced with many different types of arguments about why you should not be allowed to pursue your case. While some may relate directly to the facts of your case, others may have nothing at all to do with the underlying facts…

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A Contractor’s Lack of Licensure Proves to Be a Big Problem in Its Breach of Contract Lawsuit
Poole Huffman, LLC

When you decide to pursue a breach of contract lawsuit, it is very important to make sure that all T’s are crossed and I’s dotted. Even seemingly small imperfections may do grave damage to your case. In one recent case, the lack of a contractor’s license proved to be a major problem for the plaintiff…

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