Firm Defeats Motion to Dismiss on Complex Statute of Limitations Issue

Written by Firm | May 22, 2015 | Results

Robbins Firm attorneys achieved a significant victory for its clients, a leading international company in the microbial and antimicrobial product industry. The company sued its former 750-attorney law firm (based in Chicago and nationally) for malpractice in its handling of the acquisition of a Georgia company. The Robbins Firm won […]

Wells Fargo Says $30M Foreclosure Suit Jumps The Gun

Written by Firm | May 21, 2015 | News

 Wells Fargo & Co. asked a Georgia federal judge Wednesday to dismiss a $30 million lawsuit alleging it has reneged on a mortgage forbearance agreement, arguing all damages were speculative and that bankruptcy proceedings would have prevented it from foreclosing regardless. The bank told Judge Richard W. Story that the […]

Robbins Firm Attorneys Win Appeal Challenging Application of 2013 Georgia Law to Contracts Predating the Law’s Enactment

Written by Firm | Mar 26, 2015 | Results

Robbins Firm attorneys Josh Belinfante, Kimberly Anderson, and Alec Denton secured a unanimous decision in the Georgia Court of Appeals in All Star, Inc., et al. v. Georgia Atlanta Amusements, LLC, Case No. A14A2138. We filed suit on behalf of our clients, owners of bona fide coin-operated amusement machines (“COAMs”), […]

Firm Prevails in The Court of Appeals on Precedent-Setting Issue

Written by Firm | Mar 24, 2015 | Results

Our firm handled the appeal of the Trial Court’s award of attorneys’ fees of $168,257.18 pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 9-15-14 against our client, who was represented by a different law firm in the proceedings below. The Court of Appeals agreed with our argument that the trial court abused its discretion […]

Court Rejects Ferdinand Lawsuit Appeal

Written by Firm | Mar 24, 2015 | Press

The Georgia Court of Appeals has rejected Fulton County Tax Commissioner Arthur Ferdinand’s request to dismiss a lawsuit brought against him by a county commissioner. Commissioner Liz Hausmann filed the lawsuit in 2013, saying Ferdinand abused his authority by revoking the registration of a vehicle she owned. Hausmann said the […]