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Gov. Brian Kemp appoints new judges to DeKalb courts

Written by Tia Mitchell - Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Nov 1, 2019 | News

Gov. Brian Kemp has filled two vacancies in DeKalb County courts, appointing two attorneys to join the judicial ranks. Kimberly Anderson joined the firm Robbins Ross Alloy Belinfante Littlefield in 2010 after serving as legislative counsel for the U.S. Senate’s Judiciary Committee and Sen Jeff Sessions, R-Alabama. She is also on […]

Nearly Three Dozen Lawyers Apply Online for Isakson’s Senate Post

Written by R. Robin McDonald - Fulton County Daily Report | Oct 17, 2019 | Uncategorized

The list of lawyers includes a current ambassador, a state representative, a former state senator, several current or former political operatives for Gov. Brian Kemp or President Donald Trump, several former partners from Atlanta’s largest law firms, a smattering of former prosecutors and public defenders, and a slew of solo […]

Firm Defeats Motion for Summary Judgment in Commercial Lease Dispute

Written by Firm | Oct 11, 2019 | Results

Robbins Firm attorney Dan Monahan recently argued and overcame a motion for summary judgment in a hearing before the Superior Court of DeKalb County.  The underlying dispute involves a commercial lease of highly valuable retail property in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood of Atlanta.  The firm’s client, a regional petroleum […]

HHS Properly Handled New Liver Transplant Rule: 11th Circ.

Written by Khorri Atkinson - Law360 | Sep 26, 2019 | News

Law360 (September 26, 2019, 7:56 PM EDT) — The Eleventh Circuit found that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services was not required to refer a new nationwide liver transplant allocation policy to an advisory committee nor was it mandated to go through the public notice-and-comment process to implement […]

Robbins Firm Prevails on Significant Motion for Preliminary Injunction

Written by Firm | Sep 17, 2019 | Results

On September 16, 2019, attorneys Richard Robbins, Jason Alloy, and Cate Berenato won a motion for a preliminary injunction in a case involving a commercial landlord/tenant dispute.  The case involves a high-profile and heated dispute between property owners (The Robbins Firm’s clients) and their commercial tenant.  The Superior Court agreed […]

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