Monthly Archives: October 2016

Judge won’t block South Fulton residents from voting on cityhood

Written by Arielle Kass - Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Oct 27, 2016 | News

A federal judge on Thursday ruled that a referendum to create the City of South Fulton can stay on the ballot, denying a request for a temporary restraining order that would have put a stop to the election. Eleanor Ross, a judge in Georgia’s Northern District, said John Davis, the […]

Robbins Firm Resolves Lawsuit for Information Technology Client

Written by Firm | Oct 20, 2016 | Results

We represented an IT provider in a complex and highly technical dispute regarding the rollout of a network and electronic recordkeeping system for an Atlanta-area dental practice.  The issue was whether the dental practice had the right to withhold payment from our client for the work performed due to certain […]

Roswell mayor sues his city, council over personal property renovation

Written by Geoffrey A. Cooper - Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Oct 17, 2016 | News

  Roswell Mayor Jere Wood has been involved in lawsuits before, but this time he’s suing his own city.  Wood filed a lawsuit in Fulton County Superior Court last month against the city and council members over whether he’s allowed to renovate his property in the city’s historic district.  Earlier this […]

State Bar of Georgia Honors Robbins Firm Attorney for Successful Representation of Military Veteran

Written by Firm | Oct 14, 2016 | Results

Earlier this year, the Robbins Firm completed its successful representation of a United States Navy veteran before the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims after the Veterans Administration denied his claim for benefits due as a result of his service-connected posttraumatic stress disorder.  In connection with that representation, the […]