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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
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