Equifax sued for $43 million over former HQ

Written by Matt Gove - Atlanta Business Chronicle | Nov 23, 2001 | News

In early November, work crews removed the 50-foot-tall “iXL” logo from 1600 Peachtree St., establishing once and for all that Atlanta’s highest-flying dot-com was no more.

Execs Who Quit After Merger Merit A Year’s Pay, Judge Rules

Written by Louis Whiteman - American Banker | Mar 17, 2000 | Press

A federal judge in Atlanta has ordered Regions Financial Corp. to pay $1.4 million in severance and legal fees to six former company executives who claimed the Birmingham, Ala., banking company triggered a change-of-control agreement when it changed their job assignments.

Sun Data sues former employees over new firm

Written by Evelina Shmukler - Atlanta Business Chronicle | Oct 9, 1998 | News

Norcross-based Sun Data Inc., which sells computer products and services, has filed suit against a group of former employees, including three former Sun vice presidents.

Deal to Restructure Portman Debt Delayed

Written by Sallye Salter - Atlanta, Journal | Jul 11, 1998 | News

After negotiating for nearly two years on a second major debt restructuring, architect-developer John C. Portman Jr. and his dozens of creditors will not complete the transaction this week as planned.

Tech Suit Settled

Written by Atlanta Journal | Jul 3, 1996 | News

The state and Georgia Tech’s federally funded research arm will pay $900,000 to settle sex discrimination lawsuits by two former employees, attorneys said Tuesday. The settlements were finalized Monday, according to Atlanta attorneys Richard Robbins and Alexa Ross.

King & Spalding Sues A Spalding

Written by Tim O’Reiley - Fulton County Daily Report | Jul 21, 1995 | News

While taking the public relations firm of Manning Selvage & Lee as a client may create no conflict of interest for King & Spalding, it is certainly creating an awkward situation.