• Federal Judge Pulls Back on Garnishment Order, Says It Doesn't Apply to Wage Cases

    A federal judge has narrowed the scope of his order that declared Georgia's garnishment law is unconstitutional.

  • Georgia Justices Toss Convictions Over Facebook Posts About Court Clerks

    The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday tossed convictions over a man's alleged intimidation of Dodge County court officials, saying the Facebook posts and phone call that formed the basis for the charges were protected by the First Amendment.

  • Insurance Company Pays $2M Policy Limit for Death of 91-Year-Old

    The children of a 91-year-old man on hospice care who died after a wreck have reached a $2 million policy limit settlement with the insurance carrier for the truck that hit him, according to the family's attorney.

  • Fulton Superior Court Law Library to Close Temporarily

    The Fulton County Superior Court Law Library will be closed for renovations beginning Wednesday, Oct. 7. The Law Library is on the seventh floor of the Justice Center Tower at 185 Central Ave. S.W.

  • Hank Aaron Is Now an IP Legend, Along With Lawyers Needle and Landau

    Three heavy hitters in private law practice, legal academia���and baseball���have gained Intellectual Property Legend status.

  • Judge Fines Repair Company $1.3M for Overbilling and Faking Customer Reviews

    A judge has ordered an air conditioning repair company and its owner to pay $1.3 million in civil penalties for allegations of overbilling, using Internet sites to post fake positive reviews and intimidating customers who complained publicly.

  • Check Out Photos from the Reception for Volunteer Lawyers Foundation [SLIDESHOW]

    A reception and fundraiser for the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation Guardian ad Litem was hosted recently by Warner, Bates, McGough, McGinnis & Portnoy at its offices. The reception raised $17,3000 for the program, which provides training for private attorney volunteers to represent Fulton County children from low income households who are the subject of contested custody actions.

  • What to Do When Computer Hackers Steal Client Funds

    Have you seen this from someone that no one at the firm has ever heard of? "Legal representation based on breach of sale contract. I wait to hear from you if your firm take on sure case. Just click this link for more information about the case and the rates we will pay! Kind Regards, Iam ScamArtist."

  • New Lawyers Know A Lot, But You Know More

    What do you wish someone told you right after you passed the bar? Let us know, in up to 500 words, and we may use your advice in our Bar Pass issue. Please send entries or any questions to our managing editor, Jonathan Ringel, at, by Monday, Oct. 12.

  • Georgia Supreme Court Acts in 11 Discipline Cases

    The Supreme Court of Georgia on Monday issued discipline decisions regarding numerous lawyers.

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