Archive for July, 2016
Keri Ware conducted an administrative investigation into an officer involved shooting on behalf of a metro Atlanta municipality. Ms. Ware reviewed security video footage, analyzed documents, and interviewed witnesses. The investigation revealed that the officer had complied with all protocols and procedures and Georgia law.
In a product liability case, Bob Wilson and Keri Ware recently negotiated a settlement on behalf of the Plaintiff, a seventy-two year old woman who sustained injuries due to a defective hip implant.
Keri Ware recently obtained a medical malpractice settlement on behalf of a young woman who had been burned by a cauterizing instrument during a routine surgery.
In December 2015, Keri Ware negotiated a favorable settlement in a Fair Labor Standards Act case on behalf of an employer that had been sued by a former employee. Ms. Ware negotiated this settlement prior to filing a motion for summary judgment or incurring the cost of trial.
In late 2015, Keri Ware negotiated a favorable settlement on behalf of a client in a misappropriation of trade secrets lawsuit. Ms. Ware’s client was a small local business that had been sued by a corporate giant for allegedly stealing customer information. After filing an omnibus motion for summary judgment on behalf of her client, […]
Bob Wilson recently obtained an order which favorably amended a sentence for a client. Mr. Wilson achieved his goal of procuring the order and delivering it to his client and his client’s family just in time for family holidays.
In November 2015, Bob Wilson and Jim Spence negotiated a settlement between family members in a dispute over an estate. Mr. Wilson and Mr. Spence were able to avoid costly litigation and obtain over $1,000,000.00 for their clients in a matter of months.
Mr. Wilson was able to negotiate a plea on behalf of out-of-state client which did not require the client’s return to Georgia and avoided the filing of an accusation, allowing for restriction of the record so that the client’s professional reputation would remain untarnished by this misdemeanor.