Significant Published Cases

Please note that the firm's previous successes are not predictive of success with your particular matter. Each case is different. Each case must be evaluated on its own merits. The firm cannot ethically make promises or guarantees regarding the successful conclusion of your matter.

An v. Active Pest Control
, Case No. A-11-A-1185 (Ga. Ct. App. Nov. 15, 2011) (Georgia Court of Appeals reversal of a trial court's grant of summary judgment against the firm's client regarding structural pest-control company's grossly negligent treatment and monitoring of termite infestation);

Shiva Management v. Walker
, Case No. A-10-A-1787 (Ga. Ct. App. Mar. 29, 2011) (Georgia Court of Appeals reversal of a trial court's grant of summary judgment against the firm's client regarding a slander-of-title claim arising out of a broken contract to purchase real estate);

Lumsden v. Williams
, Case No. A-10-A-1395 (Ga. Ct. App. Nov. 30, 2010) (Georgia Court of Appeals reversal of trial court's grant of summary judgment against the firm's client (the purchasers) in connection with a real estate purchase contract regarding which the sellers argued that the purchasers' efforts to repair damages that the sellers refused to repair waived the purchaser's warranty rights; at trial, jury returned favorable verdict to the purchasers);

Otero v. Vito, et al., 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 86638 (M.D. Ga. Sept. 22, 2009) (U.S. District Court's granting summary judgment in favor of the firm's client thus unraveling a massive and complex fraudulent conveyance scheme that had been protecting millions in assets and that the firm was able to discover, freeze, and then help collect for its client);

DuPree v. S. Atlantic Conference of Seventh Day Adventists, 299 Ga. App. 352, 683 S.E.2d 1, 2009 Ga. App. LEXIS 466 (2009), (cert. denied 1/12/10, 2010 Ga. LEXIS 32) (Georgia Court of Appeals reversal of the trial court's grant of summary judgment against the firm's client (the purchaser) in connection with a real estate purchase contract with respect to which it was determined that a jury should determine whether the seller could be considered to have waived certain terms in the contract that it raised as justification for refusing to complete the transaction);

Shiva Management v. Walker
, 283 Ga. 338; 658 S.E.2d 762, 2008 Ga. LEXIS 263, 2008 WL 696256 (2008) (Supreme Court of Georgia reversal of a trial court's injunction against the firm's client's non-judicial foreclosure proceeding and clarifying rules affecting non-judicial foreclosures in Georgia)
;

Amin v. Guruom, 280 Ga. 873, 635 S.E.2d 105, 2006 Ga. LEXIS 496, 2006 WL 2075641 (2006) (quiet-title case in which amicus brief filed by the firm persuaded the Supreme Court of Georgia to reverse itself upon reconsideration — an extremely rare event)
;

Tidwell v. Bassett, 271 Ga. App. 867, 611 S.E.2d 123 (2005) (often-cited case clarifying rules affecting deed reformation in Georgia);

PlayNation Play Sys., Inc. v. Howard (In re Howard), 2004 WL 5848047, 2004 Bankr.LEXIS 1804 (Bankr. N.D. Ga. Sept. 24, 2004) (adversary proceeding in which the firm persuaded a bankruptcy judge to deny a bankruptcy discharge to a judgment debtor of its client);

Authentic Architectural Millworks v. SCM Group USA, 262 Ga. App. 826, 586 S.E.2d 726 (2003) (often-cited case clarifying rules affecting businesses' lost profits claims).


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