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Firm Obtains Settlement in “Bet-the-Company” Case on Behalf of One of the Country’s Largest Luxury Car Dealerships

Written by Firm | Jan 29, 2015 | Results

Our firm represents one of the largest luxury car dealerships in the United States.  Our client was sued for misappropriating trade secrets and confidential information from the manufacturer based on the alleged posting of certain car-related information on the internet.  The manufacturer sought damages and to terminate the dealership as […]

Firm Settles Significant Trademark, Unfair Competition, and Business Torts Case

Written by Firm | Jan 16, 2015 | Results

In 2013, the Robbins firm took over as counsel for the plaintiff, a healthcare software company, in a pending matter involving significant federal claims and counterclaims for trademark infringement, false advertising, and unfair competition under the Lanham Act, as well as state and common law claims for trade secret misappropriation, […]

Firm Settles Federal Government Contracting Dispute

Written by Firm | Jan 5, 2015 | Results

Robbins Firm associate Matt Parrish recently settled a dispute between a federal government contractor and its subcontractor over almost $1 million in damage to property of the U.S. Treasury occuring as a result of Hurricane Irene in late August 2011. Matt was able to reach a settlement for the client […]

Firm Drafts Amendments to Regulations regarding Charter Schools

Written by Firm | Dec 31, 2014 | Results

Alexa Ross and Josh Belinfante played a major role in drafting the amendments to the State Department of Education charter school regulations adopted by the State Board last month.  The amended regulations are groundbreaking in Georgia.   They set benchmarks that must be met by local school districts that authorize charter […]

Senator-Elect to Georgia Lawyers: Judges ‘Shouldn’t Create Law’

Written by Firm | Dec 16, 2014 | News

In one of his first public speaking engagements since being elected to the Senate last month, David Perdue on Tuesday told a gathering of mostly conservative Georgia lawyers that judges “shouldn’t create law.” Perdue’s remarks came at a lunch meeting of the local lawyers’ chapter of the Federalist Society, held […]