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While such a plaintiff may be attempting to 'manipulate the judicial process,' the opinion said, a trial court should weigh the party's 'level of sophisticat... [Read More]
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The number of first-year associate jobs at law firms across the U.S. and Canada is set to rise slightly over the next 12 months, a... [Read More]
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Alston & Bird partner Michael Brown and Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Billy Ray II appeared jointly at their U.S. Senate confirmation hearing, sharing occas... [Read More]
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According to the petition, state authorities seized over $50 million in 'museum quality weapons' to resolve a tax debt of less than $150,000. [Read More]
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Lee Ranson, the London-based co-CEO of Eversheds Sutherland, was in Atlanta this week for a global executive team meeting with his U.S. counterpart, Mark Was... [Read More]
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According to the petition, state authorities seized over $50 million in 'museum quality weapons' to resolve a tax debt of less than $150,000. [Read More]
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Charles Hoff said Equifax can take a page out of its own playbook to try and regain public trust after the massive data breach. [Read More]
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'Small nations have fought for their very survival with less resources and resourcefulness than these antagonists.' That's what U.S. District Judge William C... [Read More]
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After serving 11 years of a life sentence for murder, Dr. Noel Chua was a free man Monday night after the Brunswick Circuit district attorney,... [Read More]
While the national group's internal survey claims that Georgia supposedly has declined as a hospitable legal environment and thus presents an inhospitable bu... [Read More]
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After serving as a top patent judge with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Trenton Ward has returned to Atlanta, joining intellectual property firm Finne... [Read More]
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A fast-growing industry plus regulatory uncertainty equals lots of work for lawyers. [Read More]
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Litigation can be a nasty business—but the very best lawyers are those who can win cases without being jerks. That's the central premise of the... [Read More]
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Richard Walker, the longtime Deutsche Bank general counsel and former SEC enforcement chief, has joined King & Spalding in the firm's special matters and gov... [Read More]
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The firm recently inked a deal with Kira Systems to parse contracts in complex acquisitions and capital raises. [Read More]
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Johnson & Johnson has filed motions to toss a record $417 million talcum powder verdict based in part on the alleged misconduct of jurors in... [Read More]
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Chief Judge Ed Carnes of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit opened a memorial service for the late Judge Phyllis Kravitch on... [Read More]
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The Georgia Supreme Court's Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism has named a new executive director: attorney Karlise Yvette Grier. [Read More]
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Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr today said Monday he has joined a bipartisan coalition of 37 states and territories urging health insurance companies to ... [Read More]
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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Legal Reform sent out a scathing review Monday of Georgia as a litigation venue. [Read More]
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