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Russo Named to SAFE Commission

Written by Firm | May 15, 2018 | Updates

Vincent Russo has been named to the Secure Accessible Fair Elections Commission by Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp.  Russo will represent the Georgia Republican Party on the bipartisan commission.  He currently serves as the Party’s Deputy General Counsel.  The Commission was established in April to study technologies for Georgia’s […]

FEC Permits Use of Campaign Funds for Childcare Expenses

Written by Firm | May 15, 2018 | News

On May 10, 2018, in an unprecedented move, the Federal Election Commission issued Advisory Opinion 2018-06, permitting the use of campaign funds to offset the cost of candidates’ childcare expenses.  The opinion was in response to a request by Liuba Grechen Shirley, a candidate for the 2nd Congressional District of […]

Firm Secures Denial of Certificate of Need by the Department of Community Health

Written by Firm | Mar 26, 2018 | Results

Today, Robbins Firm attorneys Josh Belinfante and Dan Monahan secured a denial by the Georgia Department of Community Health of an application for a certificate of need to construct a 50-bed comprehensive inpatient physical rehabilitation (“CIPR”) adult program in Henry County, Georgia.  The Robbins Firm opposed the application on behalf […]

Atlanta celebrity chef/restaurateur Kevin Rathbun: Ex-partners seek more than they should receive in buyout

Written by Jessica Saunders - Atlanta Business Chronicle | Mar 22, 2018 | News

Atlanta celebrity chef and restaurateur Kevin Rathbun says his former partners are seeking more in exiting their profitable restaurants than they are entitled to receive. Rathbun on March 16 answered the complaint filed in Fulton County Superior Court by Cliff Bramble and Kirk Parks, who owned minority interests in some […]

DeKalb residents complain nearby UPS center violating noise laws

Written by Tia Mitchell - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Mar 14, 2018 | News

The din is continuous outside Phillip King’s home. But it gets worse at peak times, when shift changes increase the number of truck entering and leaving the UPS distribution center. When King’s neighbors come home from work in the evening, they are met with the crashing, beeping and drumming sounds. […]

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