Monthly Archives: February 2015

Using Arbitration to Resolve Claims in Atlanta

When Atlanta residents and businesses have a dispute, many have elected arbitration for a more expeditious (and often less expensive) resolution of their claims. Arbitration may be used for all types of disputes, including construction, insurance, and contract. Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution whereby the parties resolve their dispute outside of the courtroom. Arbitration has been a successful form of dispute resolution in Atlanta. During arbitration, an arbitrator (also referred to as a neutral), will hear testimony and receive evidence from the parties. Upon conclusion of the arbitration, the arbitrator will render a decision that is binding...Read More

Atlanta Real Estate Litigation and Disputes

Real estate disputes in Atlanta vary significantly—each one is unique and presents its own challenges to the parties involved. These disputes may stem from the purchase and sale of a residence or from a conflict involving commercial property. Sometimes it is necessary for a landlord, tenant, lender or owner to file a lawsuit to resolve a dispute involving real estate. Real estate litigation may involve parties in multiple states and jurisdictions, such as an out-of-state lender initiating a foreclosure, or an out of state landlord seeking damages from a tenant. The parties involved may be Atlanta businesses, developers, financial institutions,...Read More

How to Resolve Breach of Contract Claims in Atlanta

Atlanta is the ninth largest metropolitan area in the country, with close to 6 million residents, as well as thousands of businesses. With so many individuals and businesses located in the area, contract disputes arise every day. Very often, a party to a contract fails to fulfill an obligation required by a contract. A breach of contract dispute may occur between individuals, between businesses, or between businesses and individuals. There is no industry that is immune to these disputes. Many breach of contract cases are resolved by arbitration or mediation. When a breach of contract case is resolved in this...Read More