News


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 […]

Firm Obtains Favorable Settlement for Plaintiff in Business and Fraud Case

Written by Firm | Dec 20, 2013 | Results

 We represented the minority owner in a food-related business.  The majority owner of the company schemed to transfer assets out of the company that ultimately resulted in the theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars of our client’s investment in the company.   Upon filing suit, we immediately obtained a restraining […]

Summary Judgment Awarded For Our Client in Breach of Contract Case

Written by Firm | Nov 12, 2013 | Results

We represented a financial advisory firm specializing in mergers and acquisitions in a breach of contract claim against a large technology staffing company. Our client performed services for the defendant in connection with its acquisition of another company, and the defendant then refused to pay our client the contractually-agreed upon […]

Convenience Stores Sue Over 50-50 Gaming Split

Written by Firm | Oct 31, 2013 | News

A group of convenience store owners are fighting a new state law regulating coin-operated video gambling machines that demands they give 50 percent of the machine’s profits to the machines’ owners. The store owners recently have shifted their battleground, dropping a federal suit and re-filing a similar one in Fulton […]

Page 30 of 40« First...1020...2829303132...40...Last »