Monthly Archives: March 2014

Exclusives: Drafting to Avoid Ambiguity

At a recent continuing legal education class, a discussion regarding “drafting to avoid being sued” resulted with the conclusion that to draft to avoid being sued, we should aspire to “draft to avoid ambiguity”. If (a) parties understand and agree to the terms of a deal, and (b) the deal is documented to accurately reflect… Read More »

Malls And Mechanics’ Liens In Georgia

A highly regarded businessperson who owns a shopping mall recently learned there is a mechanics’ lien recorded against the property. The owner plans to sell the property in the next couple of years — however, news of this lien is hampering negotiations. A commercial real estate attorney provides a customized strategy to clients facing this… Read More »