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Robbins Firm Secures Victory for Large Family Trust In Divorce Action

Written by Firm | Jul 19, 2018 | Results

The Robbins Firm represented a large family trust which had been brought into a divorce action and alleged to have been participating in a fraudulent transfer.  The dispute involved complex issues of corporate and tax law, estate planning, and fraudulent transfer law.  We were able to prevail on summary judgment […]

Robbins Firm Defends Veterans of Foreign Wars in Gaming Dispute

Written by Firm | Jul 18, 2018 | Results

The firm successfully represented a Georgia post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (“VFW”) in a dispute involving bona fide coin operated amusement machines (“COAMs”) the VFW offered in its post for its members’ entertainment. When the VFW expressed its desire to change COAM providers, a company purporting to be […]

Georgia Department of Community Health Releases Updated CON Thresholds

Written by Firm | Jul 1, 2018 | News

The Georgia Department of Community Health released its updated Certificate of Need (CON) Thresholds on June 29, 2018, effective July 1, 2018. The updates can be found at https://dch.georgia.gov/con-thresholds.  The following chart summarizes the categories effected by the Threshold update.   Category Thresholds Effective 7/1/18 Capital Expenditures, O.C.G.A. § 31-6-40(a)(2) […]

Campaign cash shows Cagle is favorite with Georgia Capitol lobbyists

Written by James Salzer - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Jun 27, 2018 | News

As soon as a seemingly annual bill that used-car dealers worried would raise taxes on their customers began to stall again in the Georgia Senate in March, their lobbyists knew who to thank. As far as they were concerned, it was Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, the front-runner in the Republican […]

Big concrete makers mix it up in federal court

Written by David Allison - Atlanta Business Chronicle | Jun 15, 2018 | News

Two of the Southeast’s biggest concrete companies are accusing each other in federal lawsuits of illegal or improper business practices. On June 7, Alpharetta-based Argos USA LLC filed a complaint in federal court in Atlanta alleging that one of its former sales managers, Christopher Young, stole Argos’ trade secrets and […]

Who’s Repping Chris Carr and Charlie Bailey, Georgia’s AG Candidates?

Written by Daily Report - Kristen Rasmussen | Jun 12, 2018 | News

Over the past 18 months or so, Republican Attorney General Chris Carr has turned to a couple of high-powered political law firms for campaign-related legal work. In contrast, Democratic opponent Charlie Bailey has eschewed outside legal help, relying instead on his campaign general consultant and counsel, the Daily Report learned […]

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