The U.S. Treasury Department has approved Governor Nathan Deal’s nomination of portions of Savannah and surrounding areas as Opportunity Zones. Attorney Joey Strength explains what this means for businesses in his article for Business in Savannah.
Cyber attacks of business computer systems and websites are increasingly common. This article discusses security measures that can help protect against attacks.
By HunterMaclean Attorneys, published on December 16, 2015, in Business in Savannah.
Beginning August 1, 2015, new rules by the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection revamp when and how relevant and important information is given to individuals shopping for and closing on home mortgage loans.
Georgia’s “Safe Carry Protection Act” went into effect July 1 of this year, expanding gun owners’ rights to carry their weapons openly and to defend themselves. This article explains how the Safe Carry Protection Act affects convenience store and gas station owners.
The federal New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program was established in 2000 by Congress to spur new or increased investments into operating businesses and real estate projects located in low-income communities. The program attracts investment in low-income communities by allowing individual and corporate investors to receive a tax credit against their federal income tax liability.
HunterMaclean attorney Harold Yellin explains how government relations lawyers can help navigate clients through complex regulatory, legislative, and public policy concerns.