Experienced Marietta Attorneys
Trusted Business Law & Employment Counsel
It wasn't that long ago that Marietta, and all of Cobb County, was a sleepy little place out in the woods, far away from the big city of Atlanta. Not anymore. Cobb County is in a state of growth that rivals any similar– sized city in the South.
The county's diversity of employment is apparent from just looking at the area's four largest employers––in order, the Cobb County school system, WellStar Health System, Lockheed Martin Aeronautical, and The Home Depot. Well over 350,000 people work in Cobb County, in industries as diverse as transportation, agriculture, mining, telecommunications and electronic technology, manufacturing, finance, government, wholesale and retail, transportation, entertainment, and virtually every other form of employment.
Obviously, thousands of people gain and lose employment in Cobb County every week. With all of the new jobs, new construction, and new housing in Cobb, it can be difficult for anyone––employer or employee––to keep track of the individual rights of a single employee. Similarly, as a business grows, you may find that your needs change or disputes may arise. At Buckley Beal, we are equipped to handle all matters relating to business and employment disputes.
Call (404) 781-1100 to speak with an attorney.
Protecting Workers and Businesses Across Marietta, GA
Businesses and employees have rights. At Buckley Beal, it is our job to help protect them. As one of the most prominent employment law and business firms in the Marietta region, we are prepared to tackle complex cases in either or both areas of law.
Our practice areas include:
Whether you are being sexually harassed, facing employer retaliation, facing a business tax dispute, or need to resolve a personal injury claim, our team can provide you with aggressive representation from start to finish.
To get started on your case, just call our office at (404) 781-1100.
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