A public records fight between one of Atlanta’s largest hospitals and a Jones Day partner spilled into the Supreme Court of Georgia Monday as Jones Day battled to reverse lower court rulings that have, so far, shielded hospital business transaction records from public scrutiny.

The case has pitted Jones Day partner E. Kendrick Smith—the sole named plaintiff in the ongoing litigation—against Atlanta’s Northside Hospital over records associated with the hospital’s acquisitions of four large physician practice groups between 2011 and 2013—estimated to have cost $100 million in total.

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