Patrick Swanson

When Do You Need a Georgia Eminent Domain Attorney?

Eminent domain is the ability of the government to seize private land for public use. While private citizens should get a fair settlement in return for the taken property, the outcome doesn’t always turn out as anticipated. 

Georgian Applauds Three-Year Degree Announcement

Today’s announcement by Minister of Colleges and Universities Jill Dunlop to allow colleges to offer three-year degrees is welcome news at Georgian College. The provincial government’s plans to expand career-focused degree programs at Ontario public colleges will provide new opportunities, choice and more academic programming options for postsecondary students.

Chinese Votive Sword found in Georgia suggests Pre-Columbian Chinese travel to North America

An avocational surface collector discovered a partially exposed Chinese votive sword behind roots on an eroded bank of a small stream in Georgia in July 2014. The 30-centimeter relic is probably a one-of-a-kind find in North America and adds to the increasing list of seemingly out-of-place Chinese artifacts indicating Chinese transit to North America during the Pre-Columbian period.

The National Bank of Georgia will regulate the country’s cryptocurrency sector

The National Bank of Georgia is taking steps to regulate the cryptocurrency market in the South Caucasus country, its governor revealed in a recent interview. While companies in the industry expect a licensing regime, financial institutions have already been banned from providing cryptocurrency-related services.

Georgia Republicans Pass Bill to Allow Law Enforcement to Investigate Election Fraud Like the Massive Ballot Trafficking that Went on During the 2020 Election

Georgia’s legislature passed a bill expanding the power of the Georgia Bureau of Investigtion (GBI) to investigate election fraud without being directed by the Secretary of State’s office.