Georgia Judge Nixes Dismissal of $47M Antitrust Suit Against Utility Servicer

Written by Greg Land - Fulton County Daily Report | Oct 5, 2021 | News

What You Need to Know Georgia-based PowerPlan provides nearly all software services for investor-owned utilities. Georgia-based Lucasys claimed PowerPlan used threats and coercion to keep it blocked from the market. A federal judge said the antitrust claims were sufficiently supported to survive a motion to dismiss. A federal judge in […]

Lin Wood Election Suit Fails Standing Test In 11th Circ.

Written by Law360 | Aug 6, 2021 | News

Law360 (August 6, 2021, 7:56 PM EDT) — Controversial pro-Trump attorney L. Lin Wood can’t challenge the constitutionality of Georgia’s runoff elections for the U.S. Senate because he suffered no particularized injury as a voter, the Eleventh Circuit ruled on Friday. A three-judge appellate panel affirmed in a per curiam […]

Kemp’s ‘unmatched’ record of diverse choices

Written by Greg Bluestein - The Atlanta Journal Constitution | Jul 23, 2021 | News

Gov. Brian Kemp has drawn praise from his political foes by carving out a record of tapping women and diverse candidates to coveted jobs in the state’s judiciary and other important positions that for decades overwhelmingly went to white men. About one-third of the Republican’s judicial appointments are people of […]

Avoiding Traps and Pitfalls With Sweepstakes, Contests, and Giveaways

Written by Firm | Apr 4, 2021 | News

In an article published at the American Bar Association’s Business Law Today platform, Alec Denton provided an overview of considerations for businesses that are planning promotional activities involving raffles, sweepstakes, giveaways, and contests, including daily fantasy sports. The article is available at For more information, please contact Alec Denton.