Advice is judged by results, not by intentions.
Cicero, ad Atticum IX, 66 b.c.
GEORGIA STATE COURT DISMISSES PLAINTIFF’S COMPLAINT AS SANCTION FOR INTENTIONAL ALTERATION OF EVIDENCE
Partners Carrie L. Christie and Courtney M. Norton, together with Associates Emily Y. Wang and Quinton R. Beasley successfully obtained dismissal with prejudice in Spring
In Spring 2021, the Georgia Supreme Court denied plaintiffs’ petition for certiorari in a premises liability case involving a child who sustained burns to the
Partners Carrie L. Christie and Courtney M. Norton obtained an order in Spring 2021 from the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals affirming the district court’s
Partners Carrie L. Christie and Courtney M. Norton, and Associate John R. Hooven won summary judgment in Fall 2021 in a slip and fall, which
In January of 2021 Partner David Rutherford obtained a Decision from New York’s Appellate Division, First Department, affirming summary judgment which had been granted earlier