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Joel V. Sherlock (4.6 miles)
Military & Veterans Appeals, Government
16 E. Agency Street, Po Box 125
Roberta, GA 31078, CRAWFORD County
David Lafayette Mincey (4.6 miles)
Litigation, Wills, Workers' Compensation
16 East Agency Street, Po Box 125
Roberta, GA 31078, CRAWFORD County
Robin Flanders Dunaway (4.7 miles)
Roberta, GA 31078, CRAWFORD County
Karen Michelle Mcdonald (5.1 miles)
Real Estate, Federal Trial Practice
3593 Walton Road,
Fort Valley, GA 31030, PEACH County
John Clements Scarborough (4.7 miles)
General Practice
Roberta, GA , Crawford County
Robert Crawford (4.3 miles)
General Practice
4802 Sandy Point Rd,
Lizella, GA 31052, Bibb County

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Griffin Industries, Inc. ("Griffin"), filed suit against the Georgia Department of Agriculture and the Commissioner of the Department of Agriculture (collectively, "the Department") seeking an order compelling the Department to comply with Griffin's request for records under the Georgia ...

... Kevin C. Harmon appeals the grant of summary judgment against him in this lawsuit, wherein he claims ownership of certain intellectual property purchased by Innomed Technologies, Inc. ... Harmon also claimed that he held equitable title to the intellectual property. ...

... I, Sec. I, Par. XI(a). It is well established that Article I, Section I, Paragraph XI(a) "guarantees the right to a jury trial only with respect to cases as to which there existed a right to jury trial at common law or by statute at the time of the adoption of the Georgia Constitution in 1798. ...

... ADAMS, Judge. John H. Adamson contracted and died from mesothelioma, a form of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. Prior to his death, he brought suit against numerous parties allegedly responsible for his contact with asbestos. ...

Following its February 19, 2009 hearing in this case, the trial court confirmed the nonjudicial foreclosure sale of 12.373 acres of unimproved land owned by Blue Marlin Development, Inc. ("Blue Marlin") to Branch Banking & Trust Company ("BB & T"). In doing so, the trial ...