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Summary Judgment Motions Defeated In Multi-Family Property Case

Written by Firm | Oct 10, 2014 | Results

We represent a California real estate investment and development company that attempted to purchase a multi-family housing property in Roswell, Georgia. Both the seller of the property and the property’s manager failed to disclose their knowledge of the City of Roswell’s plans to condemn a significant portion of the property. […]

Supreme Court of Georgia Raises Bar for Suits Against the State

Written by Firm | Oct 1, 2014 | Updates

Last month, the Supreme Court of Georgia ruled that strict compliance with pre-suit requirements is necessary in order to bring a tort claim against the State. In Bd. of Regents of the Univ. Sys. of Ga. v. Myers, the Court held that a plaintiff must “strictly comply” with the Georgia […]

Win for Client in State Contract Bid Protest

Written by Firm | Sep 30, 2014 | Results

The Robbins Firm represented an incumbent provider of telephone services in a multi-million dollar, multi-year state government contract.  With our client’s contract coming to an end, the Georgia Department of Administrative Services bid the contract to our client and six of its competitors in July 2013.   Although our client was […]

Bid Protest Won on Behalf of Incumbent State Contractor

Written by Firm | Sep 5, 2014 | Results

We represented a client in a successful protest of a Georgia Department of Administrative Services (“DOAS”) Notice of Intent to Award (“NOIA”) a contract with a Georgia state agency to another supplier. After the State indicated its intent to terminate its contract with our client, we acted quickly to protect […]

Firm Represents Former CEO In Breach Of Contract and Fraud Case Against Major Insurance Company and Obtains (Confidential) Settlement

Written by Firm | Sep 4, 2014 | Results

Our client is a healthcare executive who was terminated from his position as CEO of a major health insurance company. The defendant company claimed that the executive had been terminated “for cause” and refused to make contractual severance payments. We filed a federal complaint for breach of contract and fraud. […]

Fulton Tax Suits Highlight Dispute

Written by Fulton County Daily Report | Aug 10, 2014 | News

The legal showdown between the Fulton County Commission and the Georgia General Assembly over the county’s vote to raise property taxes, laid out in two suits challenging the actions, has been simmering since last year when the Legislature voted to cap the tax rate until 2015. On Wednesday, the same […]

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