Bank ordered to pay $1.2M

In case of Gwinnett warehouse for gaming machines, businessman prevails in wrongful foreclosure suit against Utah's Zions Bank

, Daily Report


A Utah bank is assessing its options in a case in which a Fulton County jury said the bank should pay the owner of a Gwinnett County warehouse more than $1.1 million and an additional $87,287 in attorney fees. Attorneys G. Brian Raley, left, and Michael A. Sierra of Atlanta said the award might have been larger had they not dropped a punitives claim on fears jury was deadlocked.

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