Starting and continuing a small business is hard work, and it is easy for a small business owner to feel overwhelmed.  Thankfully, there are several government programs designed to relieve some stress, at least when it comes to generating revenue.  Each of these programs offers significant opportunities for qualified small businesses to compete for government … Continued

Possible Liability for Social Media Posts, Tweets, and Comments The internet has made it easier than ever to speak to large numbers of people quickly.  While the rise of social media and comments sections on webpages have certainly been a positive development, the law has been slow to catch up with the information age.  Here … Continued

As a wise man once said: “Here’s to alcohol: the cause of, and answer to, all of life’s problems.”  People with alcohol sale permits and people serving alcohol to guests need to be especially careful when serving guests or patrons.  Here is some information on Georgia’s “Dram Shop” and social host liability laws.   Dram … Continued

Why it Matters and What You Can Do to Avoid It “Having your cake and eating too” is an infamous phrase within the estate planning community which relates to the concept of giving property away (for estate tax purposes) but retaining its use and enjoyment.  At the end of this year, the Tax Relief, Unemployment … Continued