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Legal Brawl Marks Race to Replace Ga. House Judiciary Chairman

Written by R. Robin McDonald - Daily Report | Oct 15, 2018 | News

When the Georgia Republican Party sent out a campaign mailer claiming Atlanta Democrat Josh McLaurin was the subject of “ongoing criminal investigations,” McLaurin decided the Republicans crossed a line. An associate with Atlanta’s Krevolin & Horst, McLaurin said the attack by Republican allies of his opponent, attorney Alex Kaufman of […]

Robbins Law Group Debuts Lobbying Arm

Written by R. Robin McDonald - Daily Report | Oct 8, 2018 | News

Atlanta attorney Richard Robbins, whose law firm Robbins Ross Alloy Belinfante Littlefield already has a strong government relations legal team, has inaugurated a new lobbying affiliate. The new lobbying arm, Robbins Government Relations, draws heavily on the expertise of government lawyers who developed their political acumen during the administrations of […]

Robbins Government Relations, a Robbins Firm Affiliate, Rolls Out Its Team of Lobbyists, Lawyers, and Public Affairs Specialists

Written by AJC Political Insider | Oct 2, 2018 | News

Keep an eye on this new lobbying team under the Gold Dome. The Robbins Government Relations Group rolled out its team of lobbyists, lawyers and public affairs specialists this week, and it’s a formidable list. Founding members include former Sam Nunn aide Roy Robinson; ex-Sonny Perdue deputies Josh Belinfante and […]

Robbins Firm Attorney Elected Chairman of Ethics Committee

Written by Firm | Aug 28, 2018 | Results

The City of Marietta Ethics Committee unanimously elected Robbins Firm attorney David Dove as chairman of the committee.  Dove was first appointed to the Ethics Committee in January of 2017.  Dove’s practice at the Robbins Firm focuses on regulatory matters at the federal, state, and local levels, including campaign finance, […]

If ‘Roe v. Wade’ Is Overturned, What Happens in Georgia?

Written by Jonathan Ringel - Daily Report | Aug 9, 2018 | News

Beyond a mountain of “ifs” lies a potential Georgia Supreme Court clash of abortion, privacy, precedent and conservative judicial principles. The “ifs” start with abortion rights advocates, who openly fear that, if Judge Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court, he will tilt it to overrule Roe v. Wade. […]

Georgia Supreme Court Short List: Paige Reese Whitaker

Written by Katheryn Tucker - Daily Report | Aug 6, 2018 | News

Gov. Nathan Deal appointed Paige Reese Whitaker to the Fulton County Superior Court in the Atlanta Judicial Circuit only last year, which he will no doubt remember when they meet for another interview for the Georgia Supreme Court this month. Whitaker is also likely to be known by the current […]

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