• The February Bar Exam Results Are Out

    The Georgia Office of Bar Admissions has released the list of those who passed the February bar exam.

  • Georgia Lawyer Finds Big Case, Big Win in Texas

    Attorney Charles L. Clay Jr. had been operating his own firm for only a few days when he received a call from a friend with a lead on a big case.

  • Barbershop Raid Case Settles After Full Appeals Court Orders Mediation

    A civil rights case over a raid on a Florida barbershop has settled for $125,000, leaving unresolved a federal appeals question about whether law enforcement officers can be liable for constitutional violations committed by other officers.

  • Trucking Tragedies on Georgia Highways Highlight Need for Congressional Action

    For the second time in less than one month, five innocent lives were lost on Georgia's Interstate 16 near Savannah when the driver of a tractor-trailer failed to stop—or even apply the brakes—before slamming into helpless drivers trapped in standstill traffic in front of them.

  • Virtually Unknown, 'Tortious Misconduct' Deserves Attention

    So you think you know Georgia torts? How about a tort called "tortious misconduct"?

  • Deadline Extended to June 1 for 'On the Rise' Nominations

    The deadline for nominations for the Daily Report's annual 'On the Rise' project has been extended. Nominations are due by 5 p.m., Monday, June 1.

  • February Bar Exam Results Will Be Posted Friday Afternoon

    Georgia's Office of Bar Admissions is releasing the results of the February bar exam Friday. Lawyers seeking to practice in Georgia must pass the state bar exam and receive a certification of fitness to practice law in order to become members of the State Bar of Georgia.

  • Check Out Photos From The Southern Center for Human Rights Justice Taking Root Benefit Reception [SLIDESHOW]

    The Southern Center for Human Rights held its Justice Taking Root benefit reception May 12 at Summerour Studio.

  • Lawyer: Fulton Pension Settlement Results in $2M in Overpayments, $1M in Underpayments

    More bad math appears to have plagued Fulton County and 2,000 former workers. Fulton County agreed in January 2012 to pay more than $17 million to settle a class action claiming that the retirees' pension benefits had been wrongly calculated.

  • Settlements Reached Over Explosion That Killed Two Toddlers

    The parents of two toddlers killed by an explosion caused by spilled gasoline and a nearby water heater have settled claims against a series of defendants.

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