1. WHY YOU NEED A PRIVACY AND CYBERSECURITY STRATEGY

    The security of your data is at risk. The world in which today’s businesses operate is becoming more connected. This applies to industries that include banking, medical, manufacturing, and personal services. Government infrastructures can also fall victim to cyber attacks and must work to stay one…Read More

  2. CRIMINAL TRESPASSING LAWS, PENALTIES, AND LEGAL PROTECTION

    Like most areas of law, criminal trespass cases aren’t always clearly defined. There are many circumstances that surround each case, and the success of your legal defense depends on a number of factors. Understanding the criminal trespassing laws in Georgia is the first step to protecting yourself…Read More

  3. STRICT LIABILITY AND ITS ROLE IN YOUR LEGAL PROTECTION

    Strict liability plays a role in torts, criminal cases, product liability, and other areas of law. It represents the legal responsibility of one party for any injuries or damages caused to another. Strict liability is also referred to as absolute liability and can serve as the liability standard in …Read More

  4. GEORGIA SHOPLIFTING LAWS AND YOUR LEGAL PROTECTION IN COURT

    Shoplifting results in billions of dollars in losses for businesses in the United States alone. This causes retail prices to increase as businesses struggle to make up for losses in revenue. A shoplifting conviction can lead to serious consequences including imprisonment and hefty fines. Understandi…Read More

  5. WHEN CAN BUSINESSES FACE TRADE SECRET LITIGATION?

    Trade secrets are essential to the success of businesses in all industries. Your ability to protect your trade secrets and other intellectual property helps you avoid damages related to misappropriation and theft. Working with an attorney who understands how to protect your trade secrets is the firs…Read More

  6. DISORDERLY CONDUCT IN GEORGIA AND PROTECTING YOUR RIGHTS IN COURT

    Disorderly conduct causes many issues that disrupt the lives of other citizens. Although each state has its own laws related to disorderly conduct, it generally includes any act that may be deemed disruptive or socially offensive. In Georgia, the laws related to disorderly conduct are written in way…Read More