Georgia’s high court has reinstated a case against a barbecue restaurant, saying judges below have been following a faulty recipe for food-poisoning liability.

In a unanimous opinion written by Justice Michael Boggs, the Georgia Supreme Court on Monday reversed the Georgia Court of Appeals‘ decision, and that of Morgan County Superior Court Judge Hugh Wingfield III, in granting Big Kev’s Barbecue’s motion for summary judgment.

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