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NOTABLE CASES SUCCESSFULLY LITIGATED*
Michael McIntosh v. Heather Gordy, Court of Appeals Case No. A10A1845
Woodland v. Richmond County Board of Education, Case No. 2011-27
Kendrick v. Atlanta City Board of Education, Case No. 2008-53
Nelson v. Atlanta City Board of Education, Case No. 2007-24
Dowell v. Atlanta City Board of Education, Case No. 2006-76
McDaniels v. Atlanta City Board of Education, Case No. 2006-39
Nelson v. Atlanta City Board of Education, Case No. 2005-18
Collins v. Atlanta City Board of Education, Case No. 2005-14
Gibson v. Professional Standards Commission, Superior Ct. Civil Action No. 2009 CV177425
Mahone v. Clayton County School District
McGee v. Atlanta Public Schools
Oduah v. Atlanta Public Schools
Deru v. Cobb County School District
Jordan v. Professional Standards Commission
Desimone v. Cobb County School District
Baker v. Clayton School District
Simmons v. Clayton County School District
Yarbrough v. Clayton County School District
Minton v. Dekalb County School District
Dawson v. Dekalb County School District
Thomas v. Clayton County School District
Zak v. Dekalb County School District
Powell v. Atlanta Public Schools
*The outcome of any case depends on the facts specific to that particular case. Nothing contained in any portion of this website should be taken as a representation of how your particular matter could or would be concluded, or even that a case with similar facts will have a similar result.
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Should Christians File for Bankruptcy?
Should Christians file for Bankruptcy? As a Christian, I had to wrestle with this issue before deciding to take on my very first bankruptcy case back in 2004. I prayed and researched this issue and found the following scripture: Deuteronomy 15: 1-6. The Year for Canceling Debts.
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Why Everyone Needs an Estate Plan
The primary reason that everyone needs an estate plan is that if you fail to create a plan, the State will create one for you. The State legislature does not know anything about your family dynamics and the things that you value, so why leave such important decisions to them?
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