Litigation & Dispute Resolution Services
Our attorneys are focused on delivering value-added counsel to enable clients to achieve their business objectives. Our clients rest easy that their matters are handled properly and with an unmatched attention to detail. Following a complimentary consultation that allows us to get familiar with you and your issues, our attorneys will do a deep dive review to become familiar with the factual background of your dispute and to determine your objectives.
Our team will work to will identify critical issues and analyze your likelihood of success. Over time, we will devise a theme for your case to assist in persuading the Judge and Jury that your position should prevail. We are experienced, results-oriented lawyers who are focused on helping you achieve your desired outcome in an efficient manner.
Hourly and Contingent Billing
Our attorneys work with clients on hourly billing arrangements using fixed or blended rates. When appropriate, we will consider contingent fee arrangements provided that the client reimburses our firm for all out-of-pocket expenses incurred in the course of the subject litigation. We are also willing to consider reduced or capped hourly billing arrangements with a contingent or success fee dependent on a case’s outcome. In any event, we have the flexibility to meet the needs of most clients.
Our Proven Track Record
Our lawyers have handled a number of important cases, including the following:
- Greenwald v.Odom, 314 Ga. App. 46, 723 S.E.2d 305, 12 FCDR 476 (2012) (misrepresentations of existing facts embedded in a representation about a future event is actionable under Georgia Securities Act)
- Rivers v. Rosenthal & Co, 456 U.S. 968, 102 S. Ct. 2228 (1982), on remand, 686 F.2d 297 (C.A.5 (Ga.), 1982), vacating, 634 F.2d 774(C.A.5 (Ga.), 1980), (private right of action for violations of the commodity exchange act recognized)
- First Federal Sav. and Loan Ass’n of Rochester v. Abbott, 204 S.E.2d 594, 231 Ga. 864 (Ga., 1974) (intangibles tax on long-term debt secured by real estate is unconstitutional as applied to loan with no connection to state other than Security Deed recorded in Georgia).