One thousand people registered for Saturday’s 23rd Annual Run for Justice, run through the streets of Oakhurst on a crisp fall morning. The event raised about $20,000 for Atlanta Legal Aid Society.
June 14 marked the 15th anniversary of ServiceJuris, a Hands On Atlanta community service day in which approximately 400 volunteers from Atlanta’s legal community gather together to make a difference in the city.
Every day Lisa ("Lee") Schreter goes to her Buckhead office and plays an "elaborate game of Whac-A-Mole."
"People tend to have a view about white-collar cases, we call it the 'CSI' effect, but it's not like that," says Paul N. Monnin, a litigation and regulatory practice partner who focuses on white-collar criminal matters and complex civil litigation for DLA Piper
Listen to three of the top litigators at Bondurant, Mixson & Elmore and you might believe that their victories were won by a simple argument. You would be wrong—and right.
Listening to four of the top litigators at Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial tell their recent trial stories becomes a guide on how to win your case and have expert witnesses implode.
The first time the Beatles appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show," they played five songs that instantly became classics. For most musical acts, that would be a lifetime catalog, but for the Fab Four, it was a mere preview of their talent and the legacy that was to come.
Few who have faced Chilton Davis Varner, King & Spalding's first woman partner and now a senior partner in its product liability practice, would believe that she doesn't learn what the case is about until three weeks before trial.
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton and its predecessor firms were expert in IP long before the Lanham Act, although not as far back as the potash case.
Janine Cone Metcalf, whose clients include Southern Co. and Sherwin-Williams, says that an important part of the initial case plan is to figure out from the beginning how to win at trial.
Arnall Golden Gregory's litigation department views its role as business advisers as much as lawyers.
For the fourth consecutive year, shareholders in American companies filed suits in more than 90 percent of merger and acquisition deals valued at more than $100 million, and 94 percent of all M&A deals were challenged by shareholders, according to the most recent annual study by Cornerstone Research.
Our five-day series starts by looking at the Garden City's vibrant history, economy and legal community—with so much connected to the little white ball with the dimples
Georgia firms have tapped their next generation of leaders. Find out more about class of 2014, including what they wish they'd known earlier and how they discovered they made partner.