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NEW LAND USE AND ZONING LITIGATION REQUIREMENTS

Posted by Hecht Walker, P.C.
Posted on November 6, 2018

By Greg Hecht and Jon Jordan for Hecht Walker PC Land Use/Zoning Litigators, like our firm, are having to implement new tactics in zoning litigation due to stalled legislation to override recent decisions by the Georgia Supreme Court extending State and local sovereign immunity to actions for injunctive relief and declaratory judgments. A primary rational … Continue reading NEW LAND USE AND ZONING LITIGATION REQUIREMENTS

Hecht Walker P.C. Invites You to the Children’s Rights Luncheon

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Hecht Walker PC invites you to attend the Children’s Rights Benefit Luncheon November 16, 2018 Cherokee Town Club. Reception 11:30 am and Lunch Noon For over 22 years, Children’s Rights, Inc. a non-profit national organization, has helped to protect hundreds of thousands of children in foster care or state supervision from abuse and neglect across … Continue reading Hecht Walker P.C. Invites You to the Children’s Rights Luncheon

Is that Business Opportunity Real or Just a Lie?

Posted by Hecht Walker, P.C.
Posted on August 14, 2018

In the world of business, there can be many opportunities waiting to be discovered. However, there can be just as many scams and schemes out there from people trying to take your money. Telling the difference between these opportunities and schemes can be pretty hard, but there are signs that you can look out for. … Continue reading Is that Business Opportunity Real or Just a Lie?

Hecht Lends a Hand to a Children’s Rights Watchdog!

Posted by Hecht Walker, P.C.
Posted on July 21, 2018

Over two decades ago, the New York Civil Liberties Union started a new project. This organization would go on to help file class actions in the interests of children who were mistreated in foster care. Now, that organization—Children’s Rights—is coming to Atlanta with the help of Greg Hecht. Helping Children’s Rights Expand Across the South … Continue reading Hecht Lends a Hand to a Children’s Rights Watchdog!

Why Is My Fulton County Property Assessment So High?

Posted by Hecht Walker, P.C.
Posted on July 7, 2018

Has there been new construction in your neighborhood? Though that new house, condo or business is a sign of your neighborhood’s good health, it could cause you tax problems. As Fulton County sends out this year’s property tax assessments, some homeowners are getting a big surprise. However, you still have options when it comes to … Continue reading Why Is My Fulton County Property Assessment So High?

Hecht Walker, P.C. Helps Win Lawsuit Over Clayton County and Unpaid Wages for Police

Posted by Hecht Walker, P.C.
Posted on June 21, 2018

Attorney Greg Hecht from Hecht Walker, P.C. assisted Clayton County law enforcement to win a $1.5 million settlement. Georgia County law enforcement settled the lawsuit that was targeted at their police officers and sheriff’s deputies, who claimed they were suffering from unpaid wages. Clayton County will pay the $1.5 million to about 345 current and … Continue reading Hecht Walker, P.C. Helps Win Lawsuit Over Clayton County and Unpaid Wages for Police

What Are Some Different Types of Dispute Resolution for My Business?

Posted by Hecht Walker, P.C.
Posted on June 7, 2018

A business may face some sort of legal dispute during its operation. These kinds of disputes might catch business owners off guard, and they might realize they need some legal assistance to solve these complicated problems. Fortunately, there are a few dispute resolution options for businesses to choose from, and whatever they choose will depend … Continue reading What Are Some Different Types of Dispute Resolution for My Business?

Why Have Property Tax Assessments Dramatically Increased for Fulton County?

Posted by Hecht Walker, P.C.
Posted on June 4, 2018

Fulton County commercial property owners in Atlanta are afraid that their new assessments are going to skyrocket. New tax assessments for Fulton County are expected to increase by 20% to 35% on certain properties if not more.  The city’s development pattern and certain 2017 local government actions have resulted in assessors believing that values are … Continue reading Why Have Property Tax Assessments Dramatically Increased for Fulton County?

How Can I Lower My Commercial Property Taxes?

Posted by Hecht Walker, P.C.
Posted on May 21, 2018

There are many difficult struggles involved in owning a business, and one of these is the problem of constantly making sure your business is staying profitable. If your company is in a state with a high property tax, it’s helpful to know how you can reduce your property tax burden. The last thing any business … Continue reading How Can I Lower My Commercial Property Taxes?

How Are Commercial Property Taxes Assessed?

Posted by Hecht Walker, P.C.
Posted on May 7, 2018

Depending on your location and other important factors, your property taxes will represent an important part of your overall tax payments. Property tax revenue is extremely important for a city like Atlanta’s resources and services, such as public utilities, roads, and law enforcement protection. Since property taxes are important for your city’s growth and maintenance, … Continue reading How Are Commercial Property Taxes Assessed?