Georgia ‘psychoeducation’ case gets outside lawyer

Written by Firm | Dec 18, 2015 | News

Georgia still hasn’t formally – in public, at least – responded to the federal government’s charge that it runs an illegal, segregated school system for children with behavioral disorders. But the state has hired a lawyer to mount its defense, and talks with the U.S Department of Justice are under […]

Robbins Firm Attorneys Named to Georgia Trend’s Legal Elite

Written by Firm | Dec 11, 2015 | Updates

The Robbins Firm is pleased to announce that three of its attorneys were recently named as 2015 Georgia Trend Legal Elite.  Georgia Trend, a statewide business publication, publishes an annual feature honoring Georgia’s leading attorneys, as voted on by their peers.  The Robbins Firm attorneys named as 2015 Legal Elite […]

Firm Secures Summary Judgment against Defendant on Personal Guaranty

Written by Firm | Nov 16, 2015 | Results

We represent an individual who provided substantial funds to a close family friend – a real estate developer.  The real estate developer often asked our client for loans for various real estate projects, and he previously signed a personal guaranty that made him personally liable for all current and future […]

Firm Assists with Expansion of Hospital Services Without Certificate of Need Review

Written by Firm | Nov 11, 2015 | Updates

Robbins Firm attorneys recently assisted Eastside Medical Center in Gwinnett County in reopening its emergency department at the South Campus without Certificate of Need (“CON”) review. The South Campus will continue to provide inpatient psychiatric and rehabilitation services, and it will continue to operate under the same license as Eastside Medical […]

Republican Lawyers Urge U.S. Senators to Back Lopez Nomination

Written by Firm | Oct 19, 2015 | News

Republican lawyers who have served in high positions in Georgia government and the state GOP have asked Georgia’s U.S. senators to support the confirmation of a DeKalb County State Court judge to the federal bench in Atlanta. The letter to Sens. Johnny Isakson and David Perdue, both Republicans, seek their […]

Volkswagen Suits Rev Up in Georgia

Written by Firm | Sep 30, 2015 | News

Three days after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency notified German auto manufacturer Volkswagen that cars it had sold in the United States for six years were violating federal emission standards, Atlanta attorney Richard Robbins filed what he says is the first product liability case against the carmaker in Georgia. Robbins […]