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Firm Helps Client Secure Zero-Dollar Settlement in Six-Figure Action

Written by Firm | Feb 3, 2016 | Results

Robbins Firm attorneys recently assisted a Georgia-based tile distributor in its defense against claims for tortious interference and unjust enrichment brought by a national competitor outbid on a prestigious construction project commissioned by Simon Properties.  The competitor sought six figures in alleged damages, and additional punitive damages, arguing that it […]

Firm Obtains 100% Settlement on Property Tax Claim

Written by Firm | Feb 1, 2016 | Results

Robbins Firm attorneys recently assisted a client in its efforts to recover outstanding property taxes due on a recently purchase property. Under the agreement between the parties to the sale, the seller had agreed to pay any amounts for which it was proportionately responsible for reassessed or delinquent taxes due […]

Robbins Firm Attorneys Win Appeal On Precedent Setting Issue

Written by Firm | Jan 25, 2016 | Results

Jeremy Littlefield and Craig Kunkes secured a unanimous decision in the Court of Appeals that reversed a trial court’s final judgment in a dispute between business partners for misappropriation of partnership assets.  Our client, a real estate developer, retained the Robbins Firm to handle the appeal after prior counsel obtained […]

Firm Successfully Argues for Licensure in Retail Center

Written by Firm | Jan 4, 2016 | Results

Robbins Firm attorneys recently assisted a commercial real estate management client in its efforts to obtain an alcohol license for one of its key tenants in a neighborhood retail center in Forsyth County.  The tenant’s application had been previously denied based on setback requirements set forth under the County’s code […]

Firm Obtains Order Dismissing Complaint for Non-Service

Written by Firm | Dec 31, 2015 | Results

The firm represented a Maryland medical consulting company and a chiropractor who had been sued in Georgia for breach of contract and trade secrets violations.  The plaintiff in that lawsuit served the lawsuit on a separate entity which was only loosely affiliated with our client.  After we filed a motion […]

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