Greg Land

Campaign Manager Claims Judge Belinda Edwards Skipped on $5K Bonus

Greg Land

Dan Young claims the judge retained him as campaign manager in early 2016 heading into her summer election.

'Good, Bad or Ugly:' 11th Circuit OKs International Arbitrator's Venue Ruling

Greg Land

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit upheld an international arbitration award levying nearly $900,000 against an Israeli company accused of defaming its one-time Georgia business partner.

Federal Bench Nominee William Ray Hailed for Fairness, 'Farm-Boy Work Ethic'

Greg Land

While any federal judge nominee may expect a rough time in today's hyperpartisan atmosphere, Georgia Court of Appeals Judge William "Billy" Ray II—tapped last week by President Donald Trump for the U.S. District Court for Georgia's Northern District—will come to the Senate with a reputation for work

Huff Powell Lawyers Pull Defense Win for Doctors in Fatal Med-Mal Case

Greg Land

A Fulton County jury found no liability for two doctors who were accused of failing to follow up on masses detected in a man's kidney several years before he ultimately developed a fatal renal cancer.

DeKalb Schools Reach $160K Settlement With 150 Teachers Over Contract Fees

Greg Land

The DeKalb County School District has agreed to pay more than $160,000 to settle a lawsuit claiming the district illegally withheld $750 apiece from 150 teachers' final paychecks when they resigned at the end of the 2013 school year.

Insurers for Bank Used by Ponzi Schemer Rothstein Aren't Liable for Coverage, Court Says

Greg Land

The decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit came more than seven years after high-flying Florida lawyer Scott Rothstein pleaded guilty to federal charges stemming from a scheme that defrauded hundreds of investors.

Sovereign Immunity Bars Suit by Inmate Burned Repairing Truck, Appeals Court Rules

Greg Land

With one of three judges "reluctantly" concurring, a Georgia Court of Appeals panel has reversed a trial court and ruled against an inmate who was badly burned while doing maintenance work on a garbage truck.

Rejecting 'Set-Up' Claim, 11th Circuit Affirms $8M Award Against Nationwide

Greg Land

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed a more than $8.2 million judgment against Nationwide Insurance in a contentious and closely-watched traffic fatality case.

Family of Man Killed In Deck Accident Seeks $25M After $1M Settlement

Greg Land

A $1 million settlement has been reached with the survivors of a disabled veteran who strangled to death when an apartment deck railing broke loose and trapped him in his wheelchair. But the parties are continuing to litigate, as the family and estate seeks $25 million from the apartment complex own

Man Stabbed While Fighting Ex-Girlfriend Can't Sue Apartment Owners, Appeals Court Rules

Greg Land

The Georgia Court of Appeals has affirmed a DeKalb County judge's dismissal of a premises liability suit brought by a man stabbed repeatedly during a dustup with his ex-girlfriend.

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