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.
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NEW in 2015
TWO NEW CHAPTERS
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LITIGATION
Georgia Business Litigation documents the considerable recent activity in patents, trademarks, and copyrights,recognizing the importance of IP to the United States overall. The Supreme Court, particularly active in patent law, made potentially far-reaching rulings. Georgia joined many other states in enacting legislation to curb bad-faith threats of patent infringement.
This chapter provides the business litigator with an introduction to the often confusing subject of insurance coverage.
The focus of this chapter will be on liability coverage, as liability coverage will most typically come into play in business litigation.
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