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Kana Caplan Assists in 1782 U.S. Discovery for Hong Kong Corporation

Attorney Kana Caplan recently wrapped up a multi-state effort to collect discovery under 28 U.S.C. §1782 on behalf of Telehealth Products Corporation, Ltd (“Telehealth”).  Telehealth is a Hong Kong company that manufactures various medical devices, including an automatic pill dispenser that helps dementia patients and their caregivers improve the management of pharmaceutical treatments.   Telehealth […]


Is it legal for an employer to mandate a vaccine?

Attorney Jessica Cino speaks with 11 Alive news on this topic. According to Cino, “Private companies are well within their right to mandate vaccines in the workplace.” “Most employees are at will employees. If the mandate is to get a vaccine, and you don’t meet the two categories of either medical reasons or religious reasons, […]


Horst and Knapp recognized for commercial litigation excellence in Chambers USA 2021.

We are pleased to announce the following attorneys have been listed in the prestigious Chambers USA 2021 guide. Jeff Horst Litigation: General Commercial – Georgia Band 4 Jeffrey Horst is known for representing businesses in a broad range of commercial litigation. He handles securities and IP litigation, among other disputes. “He is a very sharp lawyer […]


Georgia COVID-19 Pandemic Business Safety Act

On August 6th, 2020 Governor Kemp signed into law the “Georgia COVID-19 Pandemic Business Safety Act.” Here are the key points of the act: 1. Goes into effect August 7, 2020 2. Expires July 14, 2021, unless otherwise extended by lawmakers. 3. Covers all businesses and healthcare facilities and those related. 4. Receipt or proof […]


Can I Be Sued If a Customer Visits My Business and Later Tests Positive for COVID-19?

The uncertain landscape faced by thousands of small business owners in Georgia got a new wrinkle last week when Georgia’s governor announced that many “non-essential” businesses ordered shuttered during the pendency of the shelter-in-place order would be permitted to reopen. Along with questions regarding best practices to protect employees and staff when businesses reopen their […]


$4 Million Arbitration Award

Jeff Horst and Josh McLaurin represented a former CEO of a large industrial manufacturing company after the board changed his termination from “not for cause”  to “with cause” to avoid paying out his multi-million dollar severance package. After a multi-day arbitration, the arbitrator awarded $4 million plus equity in the company to our client. Read […]


International Copyright Dispute Over Curtis Mayfield’s Work

Jeff Horst and Michael Boutros represent Curtis Mayfield’s widow through Curtom Classics, LLC in this copyright dispute over the Superfly soundtrack. The dispute will first be heard in the UK and then depending on the resolution could be heard in the Northern District of Georgia.


$5 Million Judgment in Breach of Fiduciary Duty Lawsuit

Joyce Gist Lewis served as lead trial counsel representing the receiver of a failed community bank in the first case tried to a jury following the Georgia Supreme Court ruling in Fed. Deposit Ins. Corp. v. Loudermilk, which outlined the limits of Georgia’s business judgment rule as a defense to claims of director and officer […]


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