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Third Party Assisted Reproductive Technology (A.R.T.) and Surrogacy in Georgia

Assisted reproductive technology has traditionally been the exclusive bailiwick of doctors. An infertile couple, conferring with a team of medical practitioners, focused on the delivery of medical services in an attempt to address their childlessness.

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Some Observations Concerning the Law of Surrogacy

The following information is designed to create awareness of the numerous issues involving the law on surrogacy. It is by no means comprehensive.

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The Sporting Element of The Practice of Law

Judge H. Sol Clark famously lamented that “The sporting element of legal practice is no longer with us.”[1] But for two legendary Georgia lawyers, that was indeed their apotheosis.

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The Walls Have Ears—and the Closet Too

The Cobb Bar has been populated over the years from numerous proving grounds, including the office of legendary Cobb Solicitor General Herb Rivers. Herb was often unorthodox, both organizationally and in demeanor, yet his mentoring shaped the careers of numerous judges, prosecutors, and long standing Cobb legal practitioners.

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The Unrecognized Trap of Corporate Registered Office Designation

The naming of Corporate Registered Agents is often handled in a perfunctory fashion, with little thought given to potential liability issues. Attorneys and Accountants often name themselves as an entity's Registered Agent, in a bid to establish themselves with the client for future business generation.

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Two Simple Rules to Avoid Business Liability

In representing businesses for over 30 years, ranging from quotidian Mom and Pop operations to a multi-billion dollar investment and opportunity fund, I have never encountered rank and file employees who were reasonably aware of the following simple rules to limit liability exposure. And it matters not that sophisticated entity structures have been created at the behest of business lawyers and CPAs, if the people who actually implement and operate the businesses do not observe the entity structures and general business maxims.

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What Are the Similarities and Differences Between S and C Corps?

Selecting the type of entity for your business is one of the more important decisions you will make. A business formation lawyer serving the Atlanta area can help you decide on the business entity that is most appropriate and advantageous for your company.

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What Is the Difference Between Gestational, Artificial Insemination and Donor Surrogacy?

Contracts or agreements form the foundation and set the parameters for business operations. If you have a sizable business, you use contracts or agreements to deal with many operations ranging from vendor management to hiring contractors or employees, to forming partnership agreements or protecting business trade secrets.

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Why Should You Use an Attorney for Contracts and Agreements?

Contracts or agreements form the foundation and set the parameters for business operations. If you have a sizable business, you use contracts or agreements to deal with many operations ranging from vendor management to hiring contractors or employees, to forming partnership agreements or protecting business trade secrets.

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