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Court Weighs Commissioner’s Authority in Free-standing Emergency Department

Written by Cedra Mayfield, Law.com | Aug 5, 2022 | News

What You Need to Know Georgia Court of Appeals weighs authority debate over fate of proposed free-standing emergency department in central Georgia. Attorneys dispute whether Georgia Department of Community Health Commissioner held authority to overturn a hearing officer’s decision. Alleged commissioner review statute violations countered with judicial estoppel argument, among […]

Ga. County Says Union Carbide Must Honor Spaceport Deal

Written by Law 360 Rosie Manins | Aug 1, 2022 | Uncategorized

By Rosie Manins ·  Listen to article Law360 (July 29, 2022, 8:38 PM EDT) — A Georgia county is trying to force Union Carbide Corp. to honor a deal for the county to buy 4,000 acres of empty land on which it plans to build a spaceport, alleging the company is trying to […]

Sports Wagering and Skill Gaming in 2022: Updates from Tennessee and Georgia

Written by Firm | Jun 29, 2022 | News

This spring, Robbins Firm attorney Alexander Denton discussed the current state of regulated gambling and other gaming activities in Tennessee and Georgia with Stephanie Maxwell, general counsel for Tennessee’s sports-wagering regulator. Watch their conversation here: https://vimeo.com/708371009/334fa879e8. That conversation was an extension of an American Bar Association CLE panel Denton moderated, […]

Ga. Financial Firm Wins $1.5M In GunBroker.com Fee Trial

Written by Law 360 Rosie Manins | May 25, 2022 | News

By Rosie Manins ·  Law360 (May 23, 2022, 5:42 PM EDT) — A federal jury has awarded $1.5 million to a Georgia financial advisory firm in its dispute with an online gun broker over unpaid fees for an $180 million enterprise valuation the firm provided to the retailer in 2018. The jury […]

Countersuit Axed In Ga. Software Co.’s $47M Monopoly Case

Written by Firm | May 25, 2022 | Uncategorized

Countersuit Axed In Ga. Software Co.’s $47M Monopoly Case By Rosie Manins Law360 (May 10, 2022, 3:27 PM EDT) — A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed trade secret theft claims brought in a countersuit against a Georgia software company pursuing a $47 million antitrust case against a market leader, but left […]

Concrete Cos. Want Cement Cartel Antitrust Suit Reopened

Written by Morgan Conley - Law360 | Mar 17, 2022 | News

Law360 (March 17, 2022, 2:10 PM EDT) — Two Georgia companies want to reopen civil allegations that fellow cement and concrete suppliers created cartels in the Southeast, telling a Georgia federal judge that although a related criminal case remains ongoing, essential evidence is deteriorating as they wait for their day […]

Court Rejects Bid For Split Trials In Rolling Papers TM Fight

Written by Morgan Conley - Law360 | Mar 10, 2022 | News

Law360 (March 10, 2022, 8:03 PM EST) — A Georgia federal court refused to grant separate trials for two retailers in a fight over the sale of counterfeit “Top Tobacco” cigarette rolling papers, saying Thursday that the allegations have enough in common to proceed together. Judge Michael L. Brown of […]