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The Basics of General Contractor License in Georgia

Why does Georgia general contractor to be licensed? In the State of Georgia, any project that exceeds the amount of $2,500.00 requires the general contractor to be a licensed contractor.  Thus, whenever a building is built or an existing structure...
Tips to Promote a Successful Construction Project

This blog article is written by our newest construction law paralegal, Francisco Garcia-Soroeta. Francisco joined the Cobb Law Group’s construction practice to serve our all of our clients including Spanish speaking construction professionals throughout Georgia with their construction contracts, payment issues, and construction...

[caption id="attachment_1191" align="alignleft" width="225"] The Cover of the brochure for the ABAs Construction Law Forum discussing subcontractor and suppliers issues[/caption] Last week, two of our construction attorneys, Mark Cobb and Stephanie Dougherty, attended the Mid-Winter Meeting of the ABA’s Forum...

By:  Robby C. Stubley For nearly 130 years, the American Association of Architects (AIA) has published some of the most popular and widely used forms and documents in the construction industry. Historically, the AIA has continuously revised and updated those...

By Mark A. Cobb As construction attorneys working throughout Georgia, the Cobb Law Group stays busy. Because we represent project owners, general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers, we come across the same issues repeatedly–contract issues and subcontractor defaults, payment issues, slow-payments,...

by Robby Stubley Recent changes to Georgia's laws have made changes that impact businesses and their decision makers.  Specifically, House Bill 192, codified at O.C.G.A. § 7-1-490(c) for banks and O.C.G.A. § 14-2-830(c) and § 14-2-842 (c) for corporations, signed...