Monthly Archives: April 2017

Firm Successfully Arbitrates Amusement Machine Contract Dispute

Written by Firm | Apr 14, 2017 | Results

In a consolidated arbitration proceeding under the Georgia Lottery Corporation’s regulatory jurisdiction involving multiple contract breaches by multiple customers of the firm’s client, we secured a final arbitration order that granted our client a six-figure award covering all monetary relief sought for past and future contract damages against each customer, […]

Cobb County Elections Board throws out case against Kirkpatrick

Written by Michelle Baruchman - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Apr 14, 2017 | News

The Cobb County Board of Elections and Registration voted to deny a challenge against Kay Kirkpatrick’s eligibility for state Senate.  A complaint was filed with the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office Monday that alleged she used a different name other than her legal name to run for office. According to […]

Grady staffers sanctioned over reporting of suspected student sex

Written by Molly Bloom - Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Apr 3, 2017 | News

Three employees at Atlanta’s Grady High School were sanctioned because district officials said they failed to do the right thing after learning that several members of the school’s football team and a female student may have left campus during lunch to engage in sexual activity.  A social worker, a teacher […]