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Drew Eckl & Farnham Promotes Five New Partners

December 29, 2020 BY DEF Admin | Firm News

"Congratulations to our five new partners - Adam Beedenbender, Thomas Cauthen, Gwen Havlik, Bob Quinn & Lisa Richardson!" ... Continue Reading

Supreme Court of Georgia Oral Arguments

February 19, 2019 BY DEF Admin | Results

Supreme Court of Georgia, December 10, 2018 Oral Arguments ... Continue Reading

Summary Judgment in Defamation Case

January 28, 2019 BY DEF Admin | Results

Randy Moody and Sean Hannay obtained summary judgment in a case alleging defamation, tortious interference with business relations, tortious interference with contractual relations against a nonprofit adult assistance facility. Plaintiff had alleged a laundry list of claims that DEF defeated with proof or privilege, immunity, good faith, and absence of publication and interference. ... Continue Reading

Summary Judgment for Slip & Fall Claim Affirmed in Georgia Court of Appeals

September 24, 2018 BY DEF Admin | Results

In a slip & fall claim regarding who is responsible for an injured plaintiff located on an "approach" to a store from a common area parking lot, attorneys Barbara Marschalk and John Stevens successfully defended their retail client. ... Continue Reading

Summary Judgment for International Retailer in Premises Liability Case

July 30, 2018 BY DEF Admin | Results

Lisa N. Higgins of Drew Eckl & Farnham in Brunswick recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of an international retailer in a premises liability case. Judge Randy Hall of the Southern District of Georgia, Statesboro Division, held that in order to establish constructive knowledge, Plaintiff needed not only to show that Defendant failed to implement or follow a reasonable inspection procedure but also that the hazard was on the ground long enough that it could have been discovered had Defendant exercised reasonable care in inspecting the premises. ... Continue Reading

Georgia Court of Appeals Affirms Summary Judgment in Double-Fatality Case

June 13, 2018 BY DEF Admin | Results

Andrew Horowitz recently received a favorable ruling from the Georgia Court of Appeals on behalf of a guardrail-installation contractor in a case stemming from a horrific highway accident on Interstate 75 in which two motorists were killed. ... Continue Reading

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