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Complaint claims state Rep. Vernon Jones doesn’t live in his district

Written by Tyler Estep - The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Mar 26, 2020 | News

A DeKalb County woman has filed a complaint alleging that state Rep. Vernon Jones does not actually live in the legislative district he represents. Attorneys representing Lithonia resident Faye Coffield, a frequent critic of elected officials from DeKalb County, filed a formal complaint with the state this week. It alleges […]

Robbins Firm Launches Fundraiser to Aid Workers Affected by Coronavirus Fallout

Written by Meredith Hobss - Fulton County Daily Report | Mar 23, 2020 | Press

Georgia Lawyers Care makes it easy for lawyers at the Robbins Firm and beyond to contribute to Giving Kitchen, which helps Georgia food-service workers, and the Atlanta Community Food Bank. The Robbins Firm is asking lawyers to take a quick break from their own work and child care concerns during […]

Governor Kemp Issues Executive Order Reducing Regulations

Written by Firm - Vincent Russo | Mar 20, 2020 | Covid-19

On March 20, 2020, Governor Brian Kemp issued Executive Order No. 03.20.20.02, reducing regulations to assist the State of Georgia’s response to the spread of COVID-19.  The Executive Order largely affects healthcare, real estate, and Georgia business corporations with upcoming shareholder meetings.  We will be following the agencies and boards […]

Information About Georgia Unemployment Services and Covid-19

Written by Firm - Vincent Russo | Mar 19, 2020 | Covid-19

Effective immediately, the Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) has temporarily suspended in-person requirements for unemployment services.  GDOL encourages individuals and employers to conduct GDOL-related business online to protect customers and staff from potential exposure to COVID-19. A complete list of available online services can be viewed at https://dol.georgia.gov/online-services. In response […]

Covid-19 Virus – Critical Business and Legal Issues

Written by Firm - Jason Alloy | Mar 16, 2020 | Covid-19

All of us are impacted by the virus, and all indications from the medical community are that the virus will get worse for at least a few weeks before it gets better.  Regardless of how long the virus remains active, the crisis will have lasting business, financial, and legal effects.  […]

Represented by Robbins Firm, Kevin Rathbun Restaurants Prevail in Lawsuits Seeking Ownership Rights

Written by Firm | Feb 11, 2020 | Results

We represented a celebrity chef and well-known Atlanta restauranteur sued by his business partner who, after resigning from the businesses, claimed he was entitled to receive profit distributions indefinitely for the life of the restaurants.   We prevailed on all claims and  achieved full dismissals. For more information, please contact Alexa […]

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