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SB129 Promises Fair Deal for Alabama Franchise Owners

An important bill that could affect thousands of small business franchises made its way through the Alabama Senate in the regular session but remained in a House committee when the session ended.

Carpet Makers Want Pollution Trials Moved out of Alabama

Alabama Supreme Court hears arguments on environmental suits

Alabama Credit Union Act Fine Tuned

During the most recent Legislative session, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed into law an update to the state’s credit union act.

Top Lawsuit Risks for Alabama Manufacturers and How to Manage Them

It is not unusual to read glaring headlines describing manufacturers that have been hit by a nine-figure jury verdict. These jaw-dropping monetary awards can...

Top Tips to Resurface After a Bankruptcy

Assembling the right team of professionals is important for successful reorganization.

Is the road to the future being paved in the Alabama House of Representatives...

We sit down with Katie Britt, president of the Business Council of Alabama, to discuss the possible gas tax increase.

Behind the Billboards with Alexander Shunnarah

The king of Alabama mass-marketing plaintiff attorneys tells us his back story.

Alabama’s Surprise Senator Talks Business

A year into his first term, Alabama’s unexpected Democrat — Sen. Doug Jones — weighs trade interests and calls for a ceasefire in the endless stream of attack politics. And, when it comes to working for Alabama, he says, he and Sen. Richard Shelby are “pretty much in sync.”

Roads and Politics

A permanent solution for dried up road funding includes a gasoline tax increase. But the spark of public support is essential.

Weathering the Storm: Insurance Coverage For Risks Posed By Natural Disasters

Alabama businesses should take proactive measures to ensure their insurance policies meet their particular risks and expectations.

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