Providing comprehensive legal services to businesses in the Southeast for more than 130 years.
Size of Organization: 55
Year Established: 1897Web Site: http://www.huntermaclean.com
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The firm was founded in Savannah over 100 years ago with two lawyers. Starting with a local general practice, the firm now has over fifty attorneys with offices in Savannah and Brunswick. The firm practice includes litigation, health law, toxic torts, admiralty, banking, corporate, securities, antitrust, tax, commercial, bankruptcy, environmental, employment, labor, real estate, commercial finance, estate planning, wills and probate.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by HunterMaclean:
Toxic Torts (50 cases in past two years)
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Documents by HunterMaclean on Martindale.com
Mortgage Loans: Information You Can Really Use
Robert M. Cunningham, July 10, 2015
Two years ago I wrote to explain mortgage loan disclosures required under Federal law to help consumers/borrowers - Truth-in-Lending (TIL) and Good Faith Estimates (GFE). For all residential mortgage applications made on or after August 1, 2015, new rules by the Bureau of Consumer Financial...
Growing Small Businesses through Alternatives to Traditional Bank Loans
Rebecca F. Clarkson, May 26, 2015
Growing a business requires capital — proving the old adage that it takes money to make money. Traditionally, small businesses have turned to the Small Business Administration (SBA) and to banks for loans, but today’s expanding financial landscape provides more options to businesses...
Much Ado About 401(k) Fees
Rebecca L. Sczepanski, May 13, 2015
For 401(k) plan sponsors, the selection of the investment options made available in the plan and the fees paid from the plan assets are fiduciary responsibilities. Most business conflicts risk only business assets, but both personal liability and criminal penalties are possible under the Employee...