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Do Optics Matter? Judicial Fundraising Calls Judges' Impartiality Into Question

Do Optics Matter? Judicial Fundraising Calls Judges' Impartiality Into Question

"The optics of judges taking time off to go, essentially pass the hat for themselves during the work day, just looks bad," said ethics expert Charles Geyh. 
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'We Raised Thousands': Lawyers Rally Support for 7 Fulton Superior Judges Up for Reelection

'We Raised Thousands': Lawyers Rally Support for 7 Fulton Superior Judges Up for Reelection

"We have an interest in making sure that there continues to be good people on the bench," said Colin Kelly, managing partner of Shook, Hardy & Bacon in Atlanta. 
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'We're Opening Back Up': Bondurant Mixson Partner Mike Terry on the State of Business Law as Pandemic Subsides

As a member of a committee formed by former Georgia Chief Justice Leah Sears a dozen years ago to craft contingency plans for a pandemic, Bondurant Mixson & Elmore partner Michael Terry said that com…
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MARTA moves ahead with $116M Clayton County project

The planned operations and maintenance facility will employ approximately 350 people and make servicing buses in Clayton and south Fulton counties more efficient.
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2 Jurors Fell Asleep in South Florida Case That Landed $2.5M Verdict

2 Jurors Fell Asleep in South Florida Case That Landed $2.5M Verdict

"If you're going to show up, you need to be awake," said attorney Richard J. Diaz. 
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Proposed townhomes would bring density, affordability to Atlanta's eastside

An Atlanta homebuilder wants to construct a development that would bring density and affordability to Edgewood, where single-family craftsman bungalows account for the majority of for-sale housing.
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New City secures nearly $100M construction loan for Beltline apartment project

New City secures near $100 million loan for Old Fourth Ward development project
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Hawks owner Tony Ressler’s firm joins $90M partnership with Atlanta HBCUs

Clark Atlanta University, Spelman College and Morehouse College get $90 million from investment firms to establish a pipeline of workers for finance sector.
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Law Students Weighed in on Pandemic Learning, Offering a Road Map for Legal Education's Future

Law Students Weighed in on Pandemic Learning, Offering a Road Map for Legal Education's Future

AccessLex Institute and Gallup polled more than 1,700 law students to find out how they felt about their pandemic learning experience. 
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Court of Appeals Tosses $1.4M 'Nuisance' Verdict Against Abortion Clinic

"It was very important to us as appellate counsel to make sure the case wasn't just about an abortion clinic," said Michael Leonard Eber of Rogers & Hardin. "This jury verdict was against an abortion…
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Court of Appeals to Swear In New Leaders

Court of Appeals to Swear In New Leaders

"I did not expect to serve in this role so soon after I came to the bench, but the court has undergone tremendous turnover since I have been here," said soon-to-be Chief Judge Brian Rickman. 
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Emory signs 'Break Free From Plastic' pledge

On June 15, President Gregory L. Fenves met with leaders of the student-led Plastic Free Emory Project and signed the "Break Free from Plastic" pledge, which outlines a five-year plan for reducing un…
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Boston-based GID buys West Midtown apartment tower for nearly $138 million

GID’s purchase continues to establish West Midtown, a former meatpacking district built along a railroad line running northwest from Underground Atlanta, as one of the city's most active neighborhood…
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Atlanta companies should be "knocking down the door" to sponsor Dream, WNBA commissioner says

WNBA commissioner and former Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert touches on new ownership group, social justice, coaching salaries and more in wide-ranging interview.
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Home Depot secures its first-ever ship, as global supply chain crisis deepens

The company will have a ship that's "100% dedicated to Home Depot" beginning in July.
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