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Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins

According to the National Law Journal's 2017 NLJ 500 ranking of firms based on size, Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins has 92 attorneys and is ranked 420th in the United States.  ...
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  • Daily Report Online | News

    With Filing Deadlines Back in Place, Lawyers Brace for Flood of Stalled Litigation

    July 17, 2020

    The most recent extension of Georgia's judicial emergency reinstates filing deadlines that had been tolled since mid-March.

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    Judge Keeps Most of $70M Verdict in Place Against Kroger Over Robbery-Shooting

    July 15, 2020

    The DeKalb County judge trimmed $8 million off the verdict but found it "cannot be said to be excessive warranting a new trial." Kroger is appealing the ruling.

  • Daily Report Online | News

    Atlanta Firms Have Used PPP Loans to Preserve Jobs, Restore Pay

    July 9, 2020

    From Am Law 200 firms to personal injury shops, dozens of law firms in Georgia applied for loans, some using it to make their employees whole after pay cuts.

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    Weinberg Wheeler Moves Miami Office to New Coconut Grove Project

    June 30, 2020

    The firm has leased space at the One Cocowalk mid-rise underway as part of the larger CocoWalk overhaul.

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    Barnes & Thornburg Recruits Lawyer From Kilpatrick—and Other 'On the Move' News

    June 25, 2020

    The firm said the COVID-19 pandemic was "bound to spur more commercial litigation and contractual disputes," making John Moye's litigation practice an asset for clients.

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    Here Are the Recipients of the Georgia Legal Awards

    June 24, 2020

    Nominations were up 15 percent from the previous year, making many award decisions especially hard.

  • St. Jude's Recovery Center, Inc. v. Vaughn

    Publication Date: 2020-05-13
    Practice Area: Criminal Law | Personal Injury
    Court: Georgia Court of Appeals
    Judge: Chief Judge McFadden
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Martin Levinson, Matthew Barr, Elliott Ream, (Hawkins Parnell Thackston & Young, LLP), Atlanta, for appellant.
    for defendant: Charles Clay, (Weinberg, Wheeler, Hudgins, Gunn & Dial), Atlanta, Bradley Pratt, (Pratt Clay, LLC), Atlanta, for appellee. Sandra Foster, (Brennan, Wasden & Painter, LLC), Savannah, Tracie Macke, (Attorney at Law), Savannah, for AM.

    Case Number: A19A2438

    Drug Treatment Facility Did Not Breach Duty of Care to Ensure Rape Victim's Safety; The Fact That a Plaintiff Was Vulnerable Does Not Make an Attack Upon Her Foreseeable

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    Holland & Knight Adds 3-Partner ERISA Team—and Other 'On the Move' News

    April 30, 2020

    Several Atlanta plaintiffs firms have also made new hires, including Shiver Hamilton, The Mabra Law Firm and Beasley Allen.

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    Confidential Settlement Ends Gwinnett Trial Stalled by COVID-19

    April 6, 2020

    Judge Emily Brantley initially declined to postpone the case involving a trucker paralyzed when his rig rolled over before reversing herself the next day and granting a motion to stay the proceedings.

  • Milliken & Company v. Georgia Power Company

    Publication Date: 2020-03-23
    Practice Area: Contracts
    Industry: Energy
    Court: Georgia Court of Appeals
    Judge: Judge Phipps
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Stevan Miller, Lisa Richardson, (Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP), Atlanta, for appellant.
    for defendant: Benjamin Brewton, (Tucker Long, P.C.), Augusta, Malissa Kaufold-Wiggins, Hugh McNatt, (Balch & Bingham LLP), Atlanta, Hugh McNatt, (Balch & Bingham LLP), Vidalia, David Dial, Carol Michel, Thomas Strueber, (Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial LLC), Atlanta, for appellee. David Boone, Simone Siex, Ryals Stone, (Boone & Stone), Atlanta, John Clark, (Clark & Smith Law Firm, PC), Macon, William Stone, (William S. Stone, P.C.), Blakely, James Stone, (The Stone Law Group - Trial Lawyers, LLC), Atlanta, David Bell, (Law Office of David B. Bell), Augusta, Nicholas Moraitakis, (Moraitakis & Kushel LLP), Atlanta, James Ellison, James Wall, (Wall Ellison LLP), Augusta, James Strawinski, (Strawinski & Stout, P. C.), Atlanta, Jay O'Brien, (Attorney at Law), Atlanta, Jamie Lebovitz, (Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy), Cleveland, Steven Ashby, (Ashby Family Law Associates, P.C.), Tucker, Joseph Brown, David Caine, Lucy Tufts, (Cunningham Bounds, LLC), Mobile, Robert Byrd, Audra Byrd, John Wilkerson, (Turner, Padget, Graham & Laney P.A.), Charleston, E. Armstrong, (Law Offices of Alan Armstrong), Atlanta, David Katzman, (Katzman, Lampert & McMlune), Troy, Michael Schroder, (Swift, Currie, McGhee & Hiers), Atlanta, J. Mozley, (Mozley, Finlayson & Loggins), Atlanta, Mark Gropp, (Wasson Sours & Harris, P.C.), Atlanta, William Floyd, Christine Hall, Peter Van Deventer, Douglas Amster, Gene Kaskiw, Douglas McQueen, (Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, LLP), Newark, Victoria Carroll, (McMickle Kurey And Branch LLP), Alpharetta, Kenan Loomis, (Cozen O'Connor), Atlanta, for other party.

    Case Number: A17A1706

    Court rules that language in an easement was an indemnification obligation and not just a covenant not to sue