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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.  […]