The resolution of construction disputes can be a dizzying process even for the most experienced attorneys and their clients. A project which begins with high hopes and expectations, all too often ends in confusion and posturing among the several varying interests ... Continue Reading
The Dust Begins To Settle: Georgia Supreme Court Rules On Constitutionality Of Three Provisions Of 2005 Tort Reform Legislation
In 2005 the Georgia Legislature passed tort reform legislation which made sweeping procedural and substantive changes to existing tort law. ... Continue Reading
In the unpublished decision of Pierce v. Allstate Insurance Company, 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 71957 (USDC, ND of GA, Atlanta Div., Sept. 19, 2008) Judge Owen Forrester did something extremely rare in a property insurance case. ... Continue Reading
What follows are five practice pointers that highlight issues which are often overlooked when evaluating a subrogation claim. ... Continue Reading
Under Georgia law, a plaintiff traditionally has been limited to one satisfaction for one injury. ... Continue Reading
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