Monthly Archives: May 2013

Fulton tax chief reinstates critic’s auto tag

Written by Firm | May 29, 2013 | News

A struggle over power and accountability between the Fulton County tax chief and a north Fulton commissioner took another turn Wednesday. Tax Commissioner Arthur Ferdinand reinstated the auto registration on a 2004 Jeep driven by Commissioner Liz Hausmann’s 24-year-old daughter, meaning she can use it again without fear of arrest. […]

Dismissal Obtained in Georgia Case for Out-of-State Clients

Written by Firm | May 21, 2013 | Results

Our clients, two Nevada corporations, were sued by a Georgia corporation for allegedly failing to pay amounts due under a contract.  The contract regarded a car race which was to take place in Nevada.  We filed a motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction, alleging a lack of contacts […]

City’s iconic buildings face wrecking ball

Written by Firm | May 12, 2013 | Press

It was a hard, bleak winter for historic preservationists in Atlanta, a city already infamous for not saving the sign posts of its past. In December, the McCord Apartments, a three-story building on Seventh Street designed in the 1920s by Atlanta neo-classicist architect Neel Reid was devoured by an excavation […]