Firm Defeats Motion for Summary Judgment in Self-Dealing Case Involving Highly Valuable West Midtown Property

Written by Firm | Aug 5, 2019 | Results | Print PDF

Robbins Firm attorney Dan Monahan recently argued and overcame a motion for summary judgment in a hearing before the Superior Court of Camden County. The underlying dispute involves a self-dealing “flip” of real property in the booming West Midtown neighborhood of Atlanta. The firm’s client, a regional real estate investment firm, lost over $1 million as a result of the deliberate structure and timing of the transactions orchestrated by the defendants. The defendants moved for summary judgment on all counts of the complaint. At a lengthy summary judgment hearing, Dan argued the case, showing the Court why material disputed facts precluded summary judgment. Following the hearing, the Court issued its order denying the motion and subsequently denied the defendants’ request for immediate appellate review, permitting all counts of the client’s complaint to proceed to trial.

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