Summary Judgment Win in Real Estate and Fraudulent Concealment Case

Written by Firm | May 5, 2014 | Results

We represented the primary lender for a large real estate development in Florida. Plaintiffs, who are borrowers and guarantors of a subrogated lender, sued our client for fraud, breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, conspiracy, and malicious procurement. The plaintiffs alleged that our client failed […]

Firm Persuades Court to Quash Subpoenas Targeted to Destroy Client’s Business Endeavors and Court Dismisses Bogus Guaranty Claim

Written by Firm | Apr 29, 2014 | Results

Our client, a high-profile commercial developer, was sued by a competitor on an alleged 7-figure “guaranty” that was never reduced to writing or signed.   The competitor subpoenaed 30 of our client’s banking and local government contacts – none of which had any relationship to the guaranty claim. We immediately moved […]

Client Sues Accountant Who Suggested Thieving Lawyer

Written by Firm | Apr 11, 2014 | News

A man whose attorney went to prison after admitting she stole almost $290,000 from him has sued the lawyer’s onetime employer, a certified public accountant who allegedly recommended that he park hundreds of thousands of dollars in the lawyer’s escrow account as a tax-shelter measure. The suit Andrew Clark filed […]

Firm Obtains Dismissal Against Lanham Act, Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act and Fraudulent Business Practices Act Claims

Written by Firm | Apr 10, 2014 | Results

We represented an out-of-state clothing company that focuses on selling custom apparel for college and university organizations’ events. Our client was sued in federal court by a competitor under the Lanham Act, alleging our client held out the competitor’s designs to be its own or “reverse passing off” its graphic […]

Robbins Firm Scores Victory for National Homebuilder

Written by Firm | Mar 26, 2014 | Results

Robbins Firm attorneys recently cleared the way for a longtime client, a large national luxury homebuilder, to proceed with a 125-home residential development in suburban Atlanta.  The project was stalled when the former owner filed a quiet title action seeking to nullify the prior sale of the property to the […]

Firm Helps Governor’s Office of Consumer Protection Obtain $600,000 Settlement with Publicly Traded Internet Service Provider

Written by Firm | Feb 24, 2014 | Results

We represented the Governor’s Office of Consumer Protection (“OCP”) in its investigation of Windstream Communications, Inc. (“Windstream”) over allegations of false advertising. OCP alleged that Windstream advertised that it would provide certain Internet speeds to its customers that it could not provide and/or guarantee, particularly for Georgia consumers whose network […]

Appeal Set in Dismissal of Class Action for Disabled

Written by Firm | Feb 5, 2014 | News

At issue: Whether Plaintiffs have right to file lawsuit in funding dispute or must work through state’s administrative process An appellate battle is lining up between defense counsel for the Georgia government and plaintiffs lawyers who claim that the state has illegally reduced by millions of dollars in funds for […]

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