Smith, Gambrell & Russell has won a yearslong battle with its landlord, Cousins Properties, over a plan that would have seen large, illuminated logos for an accounting firm placed at the top of Atlanta’s landmark Promenade.

Last month, after litigation that wound its way to the Georgia Court of Appeals and back, an arbitration panel sided with Smith Gambrell, ruling the placement of the signage for Frazier & Deeter—”a more recent tenant and a lesser tenant”—violated the terms of the law firm’s lease.

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