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 […]

Multi-Million Dollar Judgment Obtained In Real Estate Fraud Case

Written by Firm | Dec 4, 2014 | Results

We represent a group of investors who were defrauded in a sophisticated real estate investment scam.  We sued nine defendants in federal court on counts of conspiracy, conversion, fraud, unjust enrichment; and violations of 18 U.S.C. § 1961, et seq., Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act (“RICO”).  We obtained (confidential) settlements […]

Million-Dollar Arbitration Award Obtained for Client

Written by Firm | Nov 26, 2014 | Results

The Firm represented a longtime technology client in a JAMS arbitration against a former customer for wrongful termination of a multi-year service agreement.  After an arbitration hearing held in October, the arbitrator issued an award in our client’s favor.  The arbitrator concluded that the customer’s termination was wrongful, and awarded our […]

Win in Appeal of Legal Malpractice Action

Written by Firm | Nov 18, 2014 | Results

We represent a beneficiary and trustee of a multi-million dollar trust in an action against the trust’s former attorneys and trustees.  Our client assert claims of breach of fiduciary duty, legal malpractice, conversion, and wrongful eviction and trespass against the former attorneys and trustees for the transfer of assets and […]

Firm Obtains Settlement in Accounting Malpractice Case

Written by Firm | Nov 6, 2014 | Results

Our client sued his certified public accountant after an employee of the accounting firm admitted to stealing money, our client’s money from an escrow account. The suit was filed in federal court in March and was the subject of media news stories. The case settled pursuant to a confidential settlement […]