Georgia Business Litigation 2018

  • ID: 4411218
  • Book
  • Region: United States
  • 834 Pages
  • ALM Media, LLC
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Georgia Business Litigation, edited by Robert C. Port, is a one-volume, comprehensive guide to matters business litigators will encounter, including:  officer, director, shareholder, partnership and LLC disputes; securities litigation; non-compete and trade secret issues; RICO; intellectual property issues; business torts; insurance liability; fraudulent transfers; employment litigation; and the ever-increasing use of arbitration. 

Transactional attorneys will also find this handbook tremendously useful, as these issues present themselves regularly in non-adversarial or pre-adversarial contexts. Written by a stellar panel of veteran GA litigators and arbitrators, Georgia Business Litigation allows the reader to focus research, save time, field quick client questions, and follow specific areas of law as they develop year to year.

New this Edition!
New and expanded sections in this edition on the Defend Trade Secrets Act, Sick Leave, On-Call Scheduling, Non-Copyrightable Elements.

Michael A. Boutros (Trade Secrets) Krevolin & Horst, LLC
Michael P. Carey (D&O Liability) Bryan Cave LLP
B. Summer Chandler (Fraudulent Transfer Litigation) Chandler Law Firm, LLC
Michael A. Cicero (Intellectual Property Litigation) Taylor English Duma LLP
Cameron W. Ellis (Trade Secrets) Krevolin & Horst, LLC
Benjamin Fink (Restrictive Covenant Litigation) Berman Fink Van Horn P.C.
John E. Floyd (RICO Litigation) Bondurant Mixson & Elmore, LLP
David L. Gordon (Employment Litigation) Jackson Lewis P.C.
Joan C. Grafstein (Arbitration) JAMS
Jeffrey D. Horst (Trade Secrets) Krevolin & Horst, LLC
Rebecca Lunceford Kolb (Arbitration) Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
Jeffrey R. Kuester (Intellectual Property Litigation) Taylor English Duma LLP
Gary W. Marsh (Fraudulent Transfer Litigation) Dentons US LLP
Claire Carothers Oates (Business Torts) Boys & Girls Clubs of America
L. Dale Owens (Employment Litigation) Jackson Lewis P.C.
S. Lawrence Polk (Securities Litigation) Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP
Thomas S. Richey (D & O Liability) Bryan Cave LLP
Theodore J. Sawicki (Minority Shareholder Litigation) Alston & Bird LLP
Lawrence A. Slovensky (Business Torts) King & Spalding LLP
Andrew T. Sumner (Minority Shareholder Litigation) Alston & Bird LLP
John L. Watkins (Insurance Law) Thompson Hine LLP
Neal F. Weinrich (Restrictive Covenant Litigation) Berman Fink Van Horn P.C.
Harry J. Winograd (Limited Liability Company and Partnership Litigation) Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, P.C.
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Chapter 1: Director and Officer Liability 
Chapter 2: Limited Liability Company and Partnership Litigation 
Chapter 3: Minority Shareholder Litigation 
Chapter 4: Securities Litigation 
Chapter 5: Restrictive Covenant Litigation 
Chapter 6: Trade Secret Litigation 
Chapter 7: Georgia RICO 
Chapter 8: Georgia Business Torts 
Chapter 9: Fraudulent Transfer Litigation 
Chapter 10: Employment Litigation 
Chapter 11: Intellectual Property Litigation 
Chapter 12: Insurance Law
Chapter 13: Arbitration 
Table of Cases 
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Robert C. Port

Robert C. Port is of counsel with the Atlanta law firm of Gaslowitz Frankel, LLC. Previously he was a partner of Cohen, Goldstein, Port & Gottlieb, LLP, where he practiced business and securities litigation, with a particular emphasis on representing investors harmed by the misconduct of their stockbrokers, investment advisors, or insurance agents.
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