A boutique law firm

COVID-19 Legal Response Team

Get the Coronavirus Legal Support You Need in the Atlanta Area

We are here to help!

In response to the novel Coronavirus, we here at Thrift McLemore have strived to create a dedicated team to help our clients face the uncertainty in our daily lives and transactions.

While the impact of COVID-19 is unprecedented, our team of experienced lawyers has helped guide clients through other black swan events. This collective experience helps the team quickly understand, analyze, and create an effective action plan for your issue.

Thrift McLemore’s COVID-19 Legal Response Team is here, virtually and by phone, to help you navigate through this uncertain time. We will work hard to achieve the best legal outcomes for our clients.

Please do not hesitate to call, email, or virtually chat about your Coronavirus related issue. Our COVID-19 Legal Response Team is here to help.

Reach Out To Us

Call 678-784-4150 or Email Info@thriftlegal.com to Schedule a FREE Consultation

​We’re Here to Help You With Legal Issues During the Coronavirus Outbreak (& Beyond)

  • Sale of goods disputes
  • Dealer disputes
  • Distributor disputes
  • Collection on letters of credit
  • Issuing demand letters
  • Bankruptcy workouts
  • Litigation
  • Collection on business agreement defaults
  • Attachments
  • Garnishments
  • Agency Compliance
  • Arbitration
  • Business Torts
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Contract Disputes
  • Disparagement
  • Employment Disputes
  • Fiduciary Duties
  • Franchise Disputes
  • Mediation
  • Non-Competition Clauses
  • Officer & Director Litigation
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Restrictive Covenants
  • Securities Litigation
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Trade Secrets
  • Unfair Competition
  • Formation and operation of corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships and non-profits
  • General corporate governance on day to day operations
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Maintaining good corporate standing
  • Achieving qualifications to conduct business in the State of Georgia
  • Shareholder relations
  • Licensing
  • Tax planning—including local and Federal tax law
  • International Trade—including customs laws, compliance, import/export controls, and related regulatory requirements
  • Employment – including benefit planning, compensation and labor unions
  • Information technology licensing and management
  • Intellectual property protection
  • Real estate – including environmental regulations and zoning
  • Finance – including secured loan facilities as well as off-balance sheet financing
  • Business succession planning
  • Exit strategies
  • Regulation Z Issues
  • Warranty Issues
  • Internet Defamation or False Accusations
  • Internet Price Disputes
  • Misrepresentation Issues
  • Car Reposition Issues
  • Binding Arbitration or Release Contract Issues
  • Missing certain sales documents – i.e. “Binding Delivery Agreements”
  • Liquidated Damages Clauses
  • Outdated (and incorrect) references to State and Federal statutes, laws, and regulations.
  • F&I Issues
  • Lemon Law Issues
  • Consumer Affairs Issue
  • A claim is made with the division of motor vehicles.
  • A complaint is made with the BBB, the NFIB or related agency.
  • Financial benefits
  • Operating benefits
  • Sharing and reducing of risk
  • Growth
  • Increased market power
  • Corporate tax savings and tax incentives
  • Issues within a company’s business, market, or product lines
  • Retirement
  • The ability to acquire needed resources, such as labor, customer lists, etc.
  • Acquiring patents or tech that is unpatentable
  • Human resource management
  • Trademarks and copyrights
  • Business methodologies
  • Brand recognition
  • Improving brand image and brand value
  • Employee non-compete Clauses
  • Diversification
  • Determining the appropriate form of business entry
  • Preparation and filing of documents
  • Organization
  • Capitalization
  • Hiring employees
  • Employee contracts, compensation and benefits
  • Creating employee policies and handbooks
  • Engaging contractors
  • Protecting intellectual property
  • Licensing
  • Technology agreements
  • Regulatory issues
  • Copyright infringement
  • Leasing commercial space
  • Securing funding
  • Creating and implementing corporate governance guidelines
  • Drafting and negotiating contracts
  • Long-term planning
  • Establishing business succession plans
  • Positioning the company for a successful merger or acquisition transaction
  • Wills
  • Living wills
  • Trusts
  • Elder-care plans
  • Power of Attorney
  • Health Care Proxies
  • Distribution and planning
  • Estate planning
  • Tax-planning
  • Franchising
  • Securities regulation
  • Dispute resolution
  • Antitrust
  • Creditor relations

Have a Query?

Need more information or have legal questions?
Contact us directly at 678-784-4150.

A boutique law firm

Thrift McLemore is a real estate, business, and estate planning law firm.  Our clients range from individuals and families to multimillion-dollar businesses. 

We are a team of attorneys with rich legal experience and a track record of delivering favorable outcomes for our clients.  We are dedicated to delivering the focus and attention of a small firm with the legal expertise and resources of a large firm.

A boutique law firm

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What Sets Us Apart


Conveniently located in Atlanta and Kennesaw


Talented, skilled attorneys who are dedicated to getting you the best outcome in your case


Personal attention – we work closely with you and keep you informed throughout your case


Comprehensive legal service that is customized to you and your situation


Highest quality, advanced legal and business solutions


Cost-effective representation

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