Judicial internships can now be virtual, too!

Brian Wilson, who served as a judicial staff attorney prior to joining BRAWW, is giving back to the community by mentoring judicial interns this summer through the Georgia Latino Law Foundation’s virtual internship program.  The program is the brain-child of the organization’s co-founder, Ana Maria Martinez, who saw that the COVID crisis would render many […]

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Managing Partner Appears on Business Radio Show

Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein Managing Partner Tim Ramsey was a recent guest on radio show “ProfitSense with Bill McDermott” on Business RadioX.  Tim was joined by Kelly Taylor, Chrome Yellow Trading Co., and Martha Monroe Schuon, Schuon Kitchens and Baths, Inc. where they discussed business succession planning, coffee and kitchens!  Listen to full […]

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Networking During the Pandemic

Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein litigator Jessica Wood hosted her first Zoom Water Cooler Office Hours networking event, after a decade of in-person events.  On April 23, 2020, participants got to see a Judge make dinner for her family and hear from other attendees about their unique vantage points, including law students, in-house counsel, private […]

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7 Practical Suggestions and Pointers For Those Going Through a Divorce During COVID-19

ATTEMPT TO COMMUNICATE: Although it is difficult for divorcing couples to have a discussion about almost anything, COVID-19 is forcing parents to do exactly that in order to protect their and their children’s health and to deal with school closures and working from home. If you are unable to talk to each other without getting […]

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Domestic Relations Custody Orders for Visitation during Executive Shelter in Place

Please be aware that despite the shelter in place orders, Georgia courts have clarified that child custody and visitation orders are supposed to continue as usual, and transportation between households is considered an essential service.  Accordingly, if someone refuses to comply with a child custody and visitation order during the COVID-19 crisis, they can be […]

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COVID-19 Firm Update

As we continue to adapt to the  COVID-19 outbreak,  and taking all necessary steps in view of both mandates and precautions, we are providing a brief update on our firm’s operations. To ensure the safety of our employees and to do our part to flatten the curve, we had already shifted our workforce to remote […]

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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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