Gov. Brian Kemp and his economic team are ecstatic that Korean companies LG Energy Solution and SK Innovation yesterday agreed to end their trade secret dispute and all litigation relating to electric vehicle batteries in the United States.read more
We still have about 19 months until the November 2022 elections in Georgia — but the first wave of candidates have already thrown their hats in the ring to challenge some of the state’s current Constitutional officers.read more
2020 was a strange year for manufacturers. Sales on many things collapsed and Covid-19 made the situation difficult for employees sometimes working in close proximity, like in a warehouse or on an assembly line.read more
Georgia could take another big step soon in the fight against domestic violence. Lawmakers passed HB 231 on the final day of the session last week and sent it to Gov. Brian Kemp for his signature.read more
They hardly got any publicity but three bills passed the just-concluded General Assembly that especially are of great interest to Georgia’s armed forces veterans.read more
Another scam has hit the internet. People are now selling bogus COVID-19 vaccination cards at an alarming rate, and officials are working to crack down on them.read more
March 31 was the end of the 2021 General Assembly but it was the start of a battle between some corporate CEOs and Republicans that included Gov. Brian Kemp, state legislators and members of Congress.read more
It seems that anyone that thought former GOP Senator Kelly Loeffler would take her Senate loss and go home may have been mistaken.read more
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With recent passage by the Georgia House of Representatives of House Bill 531, the state has made a good start on amending its election rules to reform the system and fix the many security vulnerabilities that currently exist — vulnerabilities that fueled the controversy over election results in Georgia in 2020.
The US International Trade Commission, a federal administrative law agency that most Americans have no reason to recognize, suddenly became the most-discussed government body across the state when it ruled last month that Korean battery maker SK Innovation had misappropriated a competitor’s intellectual property.
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