A Clayton County firm that services railroad yards across the country has paid $2.58 million to a Kansas rail yard worker who sued after he suffered a traumatic brain injury caused by a makeshift cannon fired by fellow employees.
I often hear litigators claim that e-discovery is killing litigation: "This stuff is too expensive. Who needs a database? Just give me a banker's box full of emails, a highlighter and some sticky notes!"
Two courts ruled simultaneously that a pair of would-be real estate developers, including National Football League player Charles Woodson, must pay more than $9.5 million for defaulting on a loan for a failed development they planned near the Georgia Dome.
Nebraska and Oklahoma on Thursday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to declare Colorado's legalization of marijuana unconstitutional, saying the drug is being brought from Colorado into the neighboring states.
Two of Georgia's Democratic congressmen have written President Barack Obama asking him not to renominate Georgia Court of Appeals Judge Michael Boggs, whom they called "unfit to serve," to the U.S. District Court in Atlanta.
A Floyd County prosecutor said she encountered in a murder trial this week a situation she'd never faced in 22 years of practice: a witness claiming responsibility for the crime instead of the defendant.
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