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Taylor | Feil | Harper| Lumsden
Taylor, Feil, Harper & Lumsden, P.C. d/b/a TFH Legal is a full service commercial law firm, serving entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 clients since its genesis over forty years ago. As a full service firm, we provide a "one stop shop" for our clients, but we do so in a small firm setting. By avoiding the larger highly leveraged law firm model, we are able to provide personal attention by experienced lawyers and to better control fees charged - both of which seem to be appreciated by our clients.
We provide a wide range of commercial legal services including corporate and transactional, litigation, employment, intellectual property, real estate, regulatory, and other services to a diversified client base. Although many of our clients are located in Georgia, we also serve clients located in other states, as well as national and international companies.
Among other business sectors, a significant segment of our client base is the hospitality industry; a natural consequence of our beverage alcohol regulatory services, which we have been providing since our inception forty years ago. As a full service firm, we are uniquely positioned to service most of the legal needs of those in the hospitality business community, including the niche area of beverage alcohol regulatory services.
Regardless of the industry or the size of our clients, we endeavor to work shoulder to shoulder with them to meet their immediate needs and long term goals. If you would like to speak with one of us, please complete the contact form below.
Taylor, Feil, Harper, & Lumsden, P.C.
Protecting Your Brand During Start-Up Through an Intent-to-Use Application
Trademarks: Use in commerce is the key to federal registration, but an intent-to-use application can provide you with the significant advantage of holding your place in line and preserving priority […]Read More
NLRB Nixes Use of Non-Disparagement Clause in Severance Agreement
By Lisa F. Harper, Esq. Yesterday, February 21, 2023, the National Labor Relations Board (the “NLRB”) held that a non- disparagement clause contained in a severance agreement violated the National […]Read More
Georgia Entity Annual Registrations Are Due
Georgia Entity Annual Registrations Due: Important to file your entity annual registration by the April 1st deadline. By C. David Lumsden, Esq. Georgia entities, such as corporations and LLCs, must […]Read More
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