Atlanta attorneys, the city may be preparing to write you a check — but it would prefer you say, “No thanks.”
The payout is the result of long-running litigation over the city of Atlanta’s occupation tax. The Supreme Court of Georgia in 2003 struck down the tax as applied to lawyers as an unconstitutional precondition to practicing law.
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