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.

IBM Enjoins Hitachi’s State Contract

Written by Emily Heller - Fulton County Daily Report | Sep 29, 1994 | News

The Georgia Supreme Court on Wednesday granted International Business Machines’ request to forestall the state from installing about $10 million of new Hitachi mainframe computers.

Concession Snag Leads To Ship Suit

Written by Jack Karnhis - Pacific Business News | Jul 18, 1994 | News

A lawsuit over a shipboard concession could throw off the timing of the $28 million upgrade planned for the SS Independence, now en route to Virginia for refurbishment.

Kickbacks and Cocaine? Kaolin Industry Scandal

Written by Edward Demarco - Atlanta Business Chronicle | Sep 4, 1992 | News

The state’s largest mining company is accusing two former employees of conspiring with vendors of the firm in a kickback scheme related to the export of kaolin, Georgia’s most valuable mineral.

Sure You Can Get Sick – But Not Too Sick

Written by Susan B. Garland - Atlanta Business Chronicle | Dec 3, 1990 | News

Like most people with health coverage, John McGann didn’t worry much about the high cost of medical care. Even when the Houston music store employee came down with AIDS in December 1987, he was confident his medical bills would be paid.