Georgia HB 1039 amends O.C.G.A. § 13-12-3 to provide additional protections for consumers who enter into service contracts containing lengthy automatic renewal provisions. Pre-Existing Requirement: For service contracts with an initial
A recent Georgia Court of Appeals case established a rule concerning the effect of an unlicensed contractor failing to disclose that he is unlicensed. In
As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, Notice 2020-41 extends the beginning-of-construction rule for renewable energy tax benefits under sections 45 and 48. Specifically, the
On March 2, 2020, by a unanimous vote, the House passed HB 968. This Bill seeks to clarify which civil actions are subject to Code
Construction Warranties and the Statute of Repose – Southern States Chemical, Inc v. Tampa Tank & Welding Inc.
Construction Warranties and the Statute of Repose: Southern States Chemical, Inc v. Tampa Tank & Welding Inc. David R. Cook Autry, Hall & Cook www.ahclaw.com
In 2016, plaintiffs alleged an anonymous hacker stole personally identifiable information of at least 200,000 patients from an orthopedic clinic. The hacker demanded a ransom,
David Cook will be speaking at the upcoming 8th Annual Construction Law & Government Contracting Seminar. The Seminar will be held on October 8 –
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