Justice Scalia Leaves Pro-Business Legacy

By Lucas D. Bradley, Bouhan Falligant Special to Savannah Morning News Justice Antonin Scalia died early Saturday, leaving behind nine children and a legal landscape that he profoundly altered. Scalia catalyzed a conservative revolution in the federal courts — he normalized the idea that judges should hew to the written word of the Constitution and […]

Businesses and Bankruptcy: What You Need to Know

  By Maggie Puccini, Bouhan Falligant LLP Special to Business in Savannah Earlier this month, Hancock Fabrics, Inc. declared bankruptcy. This is the second time in less than a decade that the company — one of the largest fabric sellers in the United States with 250 locations in 37 states — has sought protection from […]

Bouhan Falligant Hires John Harvey as New Attorney

Bouhan Falligant announced that it is expanding its practice, hiring John D. Harvey as an attorney. His practice area will concentrate on real estate, business law, civil litigation and aviation law. Before joining Bouhan Falligant, Harvey served as the Bryan County attorney, as the municipal court judge for the Cities of Midway and Pembroke, and […]

What to Consider When Selling Your Business

By John G. Lientz, Bouhan Falligant LLP Special to Business in Savannah With the beginning of a new year, some business owners consider selling their business. While this is never a simple or easy process, there are often external considerations which prompt this decision. Perhaps there is no viable succession plan, the owner may feel […]

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