Katheryn Hayes Tucker
A long-running fight over a media gag order in a small town murder trial will go before the Georgia Supreme Court when it meets in Athens on Oct. 24 at the University of Georgia School of Law.
Oral arguments on Chrysler's appeal have been set for a special session of the Georgia Supreme Court to be held at the University of Georgia School of Law.
The high court's order list included a brief note: "The exceptions to the Special Master Report are set for oral argument in due course." The order refers to a February report that favored Georgia, to which Florida has objected. The due course will likely be in the current term, which began last wee
The court ruled a district judge was wrong to prevent potential jurors from being asked questions about bias toward homosexuals.
The Georgia Court of Appeals stepped into a battle between lawyers Wednesday, reversing a trial judge's disqualification of counsel and providing guidance on the right to choose lawyers.
SCAD is asserting a number of claims against Sportswear, including service mark infringement, unfair competition and false designation.
David Werner, executive counsel to the governor, will leave the Capitol Nov. 1 to become director of state and local government relations for Delta Air Lines, Deal announced Monday.
For want of a trial transcript, the Georgia Supreme Court reversed the murder conviction Monday of a man the justices agreed appeared to be "clearly guilty" of murdering his girlfriend nine years ago by stabbing her 36 times.
At a time when the country is engaged in an intense dialogue on race relations, a recently released biography tells the story of the first African-American woman to serve as a chief justice on any state supreme court.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Legal Reform sent out a scathing review Monday of Georgia as a litigation venue.