Douglas Transport & Recycling v. Olivia’s Investments et al.State Court of Fulton County, Civil Action No. 2007EV002144J.
Dispute involving viability of materialman’s lien against subsequent purchaser of property.  Court entered involuntary dismissal in favor of Client.

Nunamaker v. Patton et al., Superior Court of Fannin County, Civil Action No. 2006-V-836
Dispute regarding construction defects associated with the water supply in luxury mountain home.

Bright Idea Lighting Gallery v. NunamakerSuperior Court of Fannin County, Civil Action No. 2006-V-754
Contract dispute regarding payment to subcontractor for fixtures provided in newly constructed luxury mountain home.

Wan v. Quality Finance, Inc., et al., Superior Court of Fulton County, Civil Action No. 2006CV122901. 
Dispute regarding title to large tract of undeveloped urban land.  Court entered summary judgment in favor of Client.

Rosser v. Raptis, Superior Court or Coweta County, Civil Action File No. 07-V1810. 
Dispute involving boundary line dispute, title and easement claims on an access road.  Suit dismissed in favor of Client.

Smith v. Coon et al., 2005 N.C. App. LEXIS 2698  (2005) 
Suit involving title to raw and wild lands in southern North Carolina.  After a four day trial, the trial court directed a verdict in favor of Clients’ title to the land, which was affirmed on appeal to the North Carolina Court of Appeals. 

City of Rincon v. Couch et al., 276 Ga. App. 567, 623 S.E.2d 754 (2005)
Represented an intervenor in defense of the State of Georgia’s position regarding ground water permit allocations in coastal Georgia.

City of Rincon v. Couch, 272 Ga. App. 411, 612 S.E.2d 596 (2005)
Represented an intervenor, in defense of the State of Georgia’s enforcement of a Consent Order against the City of Rincon regarding ground water withdrawal permit violations in coastal Georgia.

Flippen Alliance For Community Empowerment, Inc. et al. v. Brannan, 267 Ga. App. 134, 601 S.E.2d 106 (2004). 
Suit involving the legality of the operation of an inert landfill adjacent to a subdivision.  Trial Court and Appellate Court found in favor of Clients.

1845 LaDawn Lane, LLC v. Bowman et al., 277 Ga. 741; 594 S.E.2d 373 (2004). 
Suit involving title to property designated for use as a future road.  Trial Court found in favor of Clients’ title in the land, which was then was affirmed on appeal to the Georgia Supreme Court. 

Other cases include disputes regarding buffer violations, disputes involving validity of lender’s title under security deed subsequent to borrower’s bankruptcy, disputes involving viability of defective deeds, disputes involving errors in legal descriptions, and landlord tenant disputes.

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