Category: News

Appeals court reverses shutdown of Stonecrest recycling plant

Written by Zachary Hansen | Jul 20, 2023 | News

NEWS By Zachary Hansen July 18, 2023 The concrete-crushing facility has been subject of years of protests and legal battles A Georgia appeals court panel recently sided with a recycling plant and state regulators by reversing a local judge’s decision to revoke the factory’s ability to crush concrete near residential […]

Crypto Co. Gets $1.56M Final Judgment Against Bitcoin Dealer

Written by Kelcey Caulder | Mar 29, 2023 | News

By Kelcey Caulder ·  Listen to article Law360 (March 28, 2023, 7:42 PM EDT) — A Georgia federal judge on Tuesday granted digital asset trading company GSR Markets Ltd.’s request to waive its $174,000 fee request for its Robbins Alloy Belinfante Littlefield LLC legal team in a fraud suit against purported bitcoin dealer Valkyrie Group LLC, […]

Ga. Judge Rolls Back Order In Fake Tobacco Papers Suit

Written by Law 360 Rosie Manins | Mar 28, 2023 | News

By Rosie Manins ·  Listen to article Law360 (March 24, 2023, 9:54 PM EDT) — A Georgia federal judge rescinded Friday his same-day order for two Georgia wholesalers to permanently dissociate from the Top and Job brands of cigarette rolling papers and affiliated products, following a counterfeiting trial in which the companies were […]

Georgia Conference to Include Panels on Mental Health, Abortion, Courts

Written by Everett Catts | Feb 23, 2023 | News

NEWS Georgia Conference to Include Panels on Mental Health, Abortion, Courts “The conference has always been designed to try to bring together in conversation a number of groups that are often adversarial in court, including the media, judges, lawyers and legislators,” said Peter Canfield, who chairs the conference’s planning committee […]

Georgia Judicial Qualifications Commission chief headed for private practice

Written by Bill Rankin | Jan 18, 2023 | News

NEWS Chuck Boring has led JQC since December 2019  The state’s judicial watchdog agency is looking for a new director to oversee its operations. Chuck Boring, who has been the Judicial Qualifications Commission’s director since December 2019, is stepping down to join the Atlanta law firm Robbins Alloy Belinfante Littlefield. […]

11th Circ. Vacates Poll Book Ruling In Ga. Election Case

Written by Law 360 Carolyn Bolado | Oct 7, 2022 | News

  Listen to article Law360 (October 5, 2022, 7:19 PM EDT) — The Eleventh Circuit on Wednesday vacated a ruling requiring the state of Georgia to print paper poll book backups after early voting has concluded, finding that the state’s current procedures do not “severely burden the right to vote,” so […]