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Despite an impassioned dissent by Chief Judge William Pryor, the Eleventh Circuit applied the "D'Oench doctrine" to uphold a loan to a...
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According to a report by the self-appointed American Tort Reform Association, Georgia is the Number One "Judicial Hellhole" for its...
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. . . that's basically what the Supreme Court of Georgia said on November 29 in Esposito v. State. After his federal habeas proceedings...
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Yes, it's that time again . . . you were thinking "fall back" to Standard Time on Sunday, right? No, it's "distress time" in the Georgia...
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State or federal court, what's the difference? Personnel changes on the Supreme Court of Ga. over the past 15 years have coincided with...
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Juries and judges need authentic documents and photos to resolve factual disputes. What happens when nothing can be certain? Several...
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The Georgia Court of Appeals has updated its rules on forms of briefs. Practitioners who rely on "shell" forms to start their briefs need...
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Georgia juries have awarded whopping verdicts in the tens of millions of dollars against shopping center owners when third parties have...