Georgia Construction, Bond & Lien Law Blog


Cobb Law Group Expands Virtual Law Practice!

Posted in Unbundled Legal Servcies,Virtual Law Firm by Administrator on the July 28th, 2012

 The Cobb Law Group has been very fortunate in many ways; in 2011 we successfully launched one of the first Virtual Law Practices in the State of Georgia (and the first Construction Law Virtual Law Practice in the country)!  Frankly, we have enjoyed it, and our clients have benefited from the convenience and the
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PROHIBITION 2012–CONTEST OF CALIFORNIA’S NEW FOIS GRAS BAN

Posted in Current Legal Issues,Miscellaneous by Administrator on the July 25th, 2012

  By:  Mark A. Cobb Cobb Law Group Admittedly, this is a little off-topic, but we have been keeping an eye on California’s ban on fois gras; this new legislation (California SB 1520) took effect on July 1, and it prohibits the  production of fois gras as well as the sale of foie gras in
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$105 Billion Federal Law May Assure Subcontractors of Payment on Public-Private Partnership Transportation Projects

Posted in Current Legal Issues by Administrator on the July 16th, 2012

by:  Mark A. Cobb Cobb Law Group   We are pleased that the President has signed H.R. 4348 which is called the “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act’’ or ‘‘MAP–21’’.  This highly anticipated, $105 billion transportation legislation gives US DOT officials an opportunity to address inadequate payment assurances for subcontractors. According to
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Tips for Starting a New Business in Georgia!

Posted in Business Law,Practical Tips by Administrator on the July 12th, 2012

Proper business skills are an absolute necessity in today’s competitive economy, and the Cobb Law Group is frequently asked some of the essential characteristics of a well-run business.  The principles which we espouse are true whether you are a start-up company or an established business seeking to improve your market share, image and professionalism. Tip
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Legal Challenge to Georgia Appeals Court Decision Exposing Subcontractors to Third-Party Claims

Posted in Current Legal Issues,Georgia Case Law by Administrator on the July 9th, 2012

    by:  Mark A. Cobb Cobb Law Group As members of the American Subcontractor’s Association (“ASA”), the Cobb Law Group is pleased to pass along the following information from a recent ASAToday weekly news bulletin: “ASA is asking the Georgia Supreme Court to overturn a decision that ASA warned ‘could result in increased liability
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