Gainesville, Georgia Attorneys
Business Law & Employment Law Representation
Often called the "Poultry Capital of the World," Gainesville, Georgia sits on the shores of Lake Lanier, nestled into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Over 75,000 people work in the Gainesville area, which represents an increase of 40% over the last 10 years,
Gainesville's primary industry is poultry processing, an industry in which there can be many potential conflicts between the workers and management. Our attorneys have many years of experience in working with situations arising in these kinds of plants.
Tourism, especially around Lake Lanier, is a major part of Gainesville's economy, accounting for nearly $250 million per year in local income. Nearby Flowery Branch is home to the Atlanta Falcon's training camp, and the area also hosts the Road Atlanta and Lanier National automobile race courses.
Premier Legal Counsel at Buckley Beal
In a growing city like Gainesville, you may not know where to turn if you need to find employment lawyer or business attorney for yourself, a friend, or a family member. Buckley Beal is one of the premier employment law and business law firms in Georgia. We are proud to serve clients and businesses in Gainesville and surrounding communities.
If you are facing a dispute that falls under the following practice areas, contact us:
Our Gainesville employment and business lawyers at Buckley Beal are ready to help you better understand your rights as a worker, as a businessman, or as a wronged individual. Whether you are facing unpaid wages, struggling with a contract dispute, or have been injured by a negligent party, our team is ready to put our experience and knowledge to work for you.
The attorneys on our team are equipped to tackle cases in arbitration hearings, mediations, and all the way through state and federal courts.
Talk to our lawyers about the details of your legal matter today. Call (404) 781-1100.
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