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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 https://businesslawtoday.org/2021/04/sweepstakes-contests-giveaways-business-lawyers-can-avoid-traps-pitfalls-giving-bad-advice. For more information, please contact Alec Denton.

Robbins Government Relations Adds Brett Harrell to the Team

Written by Firm | Mar 3, 2021 | Updates

This week, Robbins Firm affiliate, Robbins Government Relations, added Brett Harrell, former Georgia House of Representatives member and Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee to its team. Brett Harrell has gained expertise on numerous topics during his tenure in the legislature, including taxation, gaming, alcohol regulation, and lottery. He […]

Ga. Wants Standing Review In Election Suit After Others Axed

Written by Rosie Manins - Law360 | Jan 22, 2021 | News

Law360 (January 22, 2021, 6:08 PM EST) — Georgia’s top election officials urged a federal judge Thursday to certify for appeal her July decision that voters have standing to pursue claims Georgia’s voting system is flawed, in light of recent dismissals of suits targeting alleged flaws in the 2020 presidential election.  […]

Insurer Wants Out Of Asphalt Slab Injury Suit

Written by Sarah Jarvis - Law360 | Jan 12, 2021 | News

Law360 (January 12, 2021, 8:50 PM EST) — A South Carolina-based insurance company has asked a federal judge to find that it has no duty to indemnify a contracting company in an underlying suit brought by a woman who was struck by a large slab of asphalt that shot out […]

Atlanta Mayor Bottoms’ campaign fined $37,000 for violations in 2017 race

Written by Stephen Deere - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Jan 8, 2021 | News

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ campaign has signed an agreement with the state ethics commission, agreeing to pay a fine of $37,000 for various campaign finance violations during the 2017 mayor’s race. In the agreement, Bottoms’ campaign admits to accepting $6,900 in campaign donations that exceeded state limits on the […]