Georgia Legislature Considers Amending Business Code to Allow for Creation of Benefit Corporations

      Initially introduced during the 2019 session of the Georgia General Assembly, a bill proposing an amendment to Georgia’s corporate code to allow for the creation of Benefit Corporations is again being proposed by Representative Scott Holcomb of the 81st district. Benefit Corporations are for-profit companies that are obligated to meet strict standards […]

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Seven Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein Recognized as 2020 Georgia Super Lawyers

Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, P.C. is pleased to announce that seven of the Firm’s attorneys have been named to the 2020 Georgia Super Lawyers List. Brian, D. Bodker, Timothy J. Ramsey, Stephen C. Andrews, Harry J. Winograd, Robert D. Wildstein, Jessica J. Wood, and Thomas Rosseland were all recognized by Super Lawyers for their expertise and contributions in the areas […]

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Mergers and Acquisitions – Proposed Guidelines

On January 10 the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division (DOJ) issued Draft Vertical Guidelines concerning vertical mergers, currently open for public commentary through February 11, 2020. These guidelines detail how the FTC and DOJ analyze the potential anti-competitive or pro-competitive effects a vertical merger may create within a marketplace. Significantly, […]

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Loan and Credit Facility Agreements

Over the years, we’ve learned that many  clients do not understand the importance and contents of their loan and credit facility agreements.  Of course, the number one concern for clients is whether the financial terms are accurate.  What may get overlooked is what can cause exposures and costs and inabilities or delays in getting line of credit […]

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Filing Mechanic’s Liens

Our attorneys have successfully assisted our contractor, subcontractor, and material supplier clients in securing their unpaid claims by filing Materialman and Mechanic’s Liens and perfecting their right to payment under Statutory and Private Payment Bonds. Our lawyers are recognized as an authority on construction lien law issues and has used his expertise to successfully resolve […]

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Andrews, Wildstein & Wood Named to 2019 Legal Elite List

Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein is honored to announce that three attorneys were recently recognized as 2019 Legal Elite by Georgia Trend. Georgia Trend, a statewide business publication, recently published its annual issue honoring Georgia’s leading attorneys for their achievements in various practice areas. BRAWW attorneys named as 2019 Legal Elite include: Stephen C. […]

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Atlanta Law Firm Expands Team with Two Respected Attorneys

(December 2019 – ATLANTA) Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, a full-service Atlanta law firm that handles a variety of complex legal matters covering a wide range of practice areas and industries, is excited to announce the expansion of their team and practice areas with the addition of Ira Rachelson and Benjamin Rachelson.  “By adding the […]

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Protect Business Owners and Officers-Avoid the Risk of Piercing the Corporate Veil and Personal “Alter Ego” Liability

By keeping these three basic principles on top of mind when operating and funding your business, you can spare yourself a lot of unnecessary stress and potential litigation risk when you: Keep (and treat) your business accounts as completely separate from your personal spending accounts – in simple terms, don’t divert or spend your business’s […]

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BRAWW Attorney co-authors 2020 Edition of Georgia Business Litigation

Harry J. Winograd co-authors the 2020 edition of Georgia Business Litigation. This book 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 […]

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