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Library of Georgia Personal Injury Forms, 6th Edition
Softcover book with Forms in print and online
Michael L. Goldberg, Editor
Fried Goldberg LLC
Library of Georgia Personal Injury Forms includes more than 300 sample documents for use in personal injury actions. The book is organized to bring you through your case from start to finish. Checklists provide valuable practice tips, such as filing instructions and specific notification requirements.
You'll find sample documents and forms covering all aspects of the case. Online availability of forms allow for easy drafting and editing of a large variety of useful documents.
NEW FORMS in the 6th Edition will help you address new and evolving issues, including issues related to the COVID pandemic and the recent Supreme Court decision on apportionment. New situations and documents include:
Georgia Legal Malpractice Law addresses both the fabric of Georgia legal malpractice law and the cases and issues confronting attorneys, including effective claim prevention and loss avoidance. Since the first edition of this book was released, the Georgia Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals of Georgia have heard a steady stream of important new cases refining and, in some cases, revising the duties, responsibilities, liabilities and obligations of Georgia attorneys. Hence, this book addresses those changes in the context of these three parts:
Part One: Legal Malpractice Law and Defenses
Part Two: Legal Malpractice Prevention
Part Three: Insurance and Loss Avoidance
New print edition available August 2021
Georgia Business Litigation, edited by Robert C. Port, is a one-volume, comprehensive guide to matters business litigators will encounter, including: officer, director, shareholder, partnership and LLC disputes; securities litigation; non-compete and trade secret issues; RICO; intellectual property issues; business torts; insurance liability; fraudulent transfers; employment litigation; and the ever-increasing use of arbitration.
Transactional attorneys will also find this handbook tremendously useful, as these issues present themselves regularly in non-adversarial or pre-adversarial contexts. Written by a stellar panel of veteran GA litigators and arbitrators, Georgia Business Litigation allows the reader to focus research, save time, field quick client questions, and follow specific areas of law as they develop year to year.
Sada Jacobson Bâby (Trade Secrets) Krevolin & Horst, LLC
Melissa L. Bailey (Insurance Law) Copeland, Stair, Kingma & Lovell
J. Matthew Brigman (Business Torts) King & Spalding LLP
Michael P. Carey (D&O Liability) Bryan Cave LLP
B. Summer Chandler (Fraudulent Transfer Litigation)
Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center
Michael A. Cicero (Intellectual Property Litigation) Taylor English Duma LLP
Benjamin Fink (Restrictive Covenant Litigation) Berman Fink Van Horn P.C.
John E. Floyd (RICO Litigation) Bondurant Mixson & Elmore, LLP
Amanda R. Giffin (Securities Litigation) Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP
Lauren F. Gordon (Employment Litigation) Jackson Lewis P.C.
Jeffrey D. Horst (Trade Secrets) Krevolin & Horst, LLC
David A. Hughes (Employment Litigation) Jackson Lewis P.C.
Alexander A. Ingoglia (Minority Shareholder Litigation) Alston & Bird LLP
Rebecca Lunceford Kolb (Arbitration) Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
Jeffrey R. Kuester (Intellectual Property Litigation) Taylor English Duma LLP
Gary W. Marsh (Fraudulent Transfer Litigation) Troutman Pepper Hamilton Sanders, LLP
Theodore J. Sawicki (Minority Shareholder Litigation) Alston & Bird LLP
Lawrence A. Slovensky (Business Torts) King & Spalding LLP
Andrew T. Sumner (Minority Shareholder Litigation) Alston & Bird LLP
Claire Sumner (Insurance Law) Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC
Neal F. Weinrich (Restrictive Covenant Litigation) Berman Fink Van Horn P.C.
Harry J. Winograd (Limited Liability Company and Partnership Litigation) Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, P.C.