Atlanta cannot annex South Fulton neighborhoods, court rules

Written by Arielle Kass - Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Jun 5, 2017 | News

The state supreme court nixed Atlanta’s expansion efforts Monday when justices decided that five neighborhoods the city attempted to annex instead will remain part of the new city of South Fulton. Residents voted to form the city in November, but there was contention about its borders even before the vote was held. […]

Firm Attorney Kimberly Anderson to Serve as Treasurer of the Re-election Campaign of Georgia Supreme Court Justice Britt Grant

Written by Firm | May 23, 2017 | News

Firm attorney Kimberly Anderson has joined the re-election campaign of Georgia Supreme Court Justice Britt Grant as the campaign’s treasurer.  Justice Grant was appointed to the Georgia Supreme Court on January 1, 2017 by Governor Nathan Deal.  She previously served as Solicitor General for the State of Georgia in the […]

Firm Wins in Arbitration Over Technology Services Contract Dispute

Written by Firm | May 16, 2017 | Results

The Robbins firm recently secured a significant arbitration victory for a long-time client in the technology services industry. Our client had entered into a multi-year service contract to provide call center system technology services and support to a financial services company. Only a few months into the contract, however, the […]

Firm Defeats Election Challenge to Georgia Senate Campaign

Written by Firm | May 12, 2017 | Results

The firm successfully defended Dr. Kay Kirkpatrick, the leading candidate for State Senate District 32, in connection with a challenge to her campaign based on an allegation that she was running under a name other than her legal name. (Dr. Kirkpatrick previously practiced medicine using her married name, Kay Kirkpatrick […]

Group linked to Cagle ramped up fundraising before legislative session

Written by James Salzer - Atlanta Journal-Constitution | May 3, 2017 | News

In the six months leading up to the 2017 legislative session, a fund created by Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle’s campaign staffers collected $2.2 million in high-dollar contributions, many coming from lobbyists, businesses and associations with a keen interest in the Georgia Senate he leads. Georgia Conservatives Fund, long run by […]

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, […]