David Gallo and Jacob Edwards successfully challenge jurisdiction of arbitrator and secure dismissal of all claims

David and Jake represented a Coin Operated Amusement Machine (COAM) Master licensee in an arbitration brought by another COAM licensee.  Claimant alleged that the firm’s client received, but failed to pay for, nearly $1mm worth of COAM-related equipment.  The firm filed a successful challenge to the arbitrator’s jurisdiction, resulting in the dismissal all claims and […]

David Gallo and Jacob Edwards secure rare summary judgment win in arbitration

David and Jake represented a Coin Operated Amusement Machine (COAM) Master licensee in an arbitration brought by another COAM Master licensee.  Claimant alleged that the firm’s client tortiously interfered with Claimant’s prior-existing contract to place COAM machines in a certain location.  The firm filed a successful summary judgment motion, dismissing the claims against our client […]

Halsey G. Knapp, Jr. and Barclay H. Vallotton secure favorable jury verdict in a reverse discrimination lawsuit against City of Atlanta

Krevolin & Horst attorneys Halsey G. Knapp, Jr. and Barclay H. Vallotton secured a federal jury verdict in favor of the City of Atlanta in a reverse discrimination lawsuit against the City. Mr. Knapp and Ms. Vallotton were part of a trial team led by Halima White of Employment Law Solution. The team defended the […]

Attorneys secure victory in federal court for client fighting discrimination claims

Krevolin & Horst attorneys Joyce Gist Lewis, Barclay H. Vallotton, and Jamil A. Favors recently secured a win for their clients in federal court. The team represented the City of Atlanta and its Director of the Office of Zoning and Development against discrimination claims by two white former city employees. Both former employees alleged they […]

Attorneys Close on a $260 Million Bond Closing

Attorneys Crissy Wolfe, and John Wisiackas recently served as special counsel to Samaritan Housing Foundation, Inc., as part of a $260 million financing deal for the Searstone retirement community located in Cary, North Carolina, advising on Georgia state law, as well as 501(c)(3) entity related matters.  The KH Deals team worked with the company’s development […]

Major victory for Georgia voters seeking to vote safely and securely by mail in November

Granting relief sought by The New Georgia Project and individual voters, federal judge Eleanor Ross ordered state and county election officials to “accept and count otherwise valid absentee ballots” postmarked by Election Day and received up to three days after Election Day. Georgia law previously allowed ballots received after 7pm on Election Day to be disregarded, […]

Long Voting Lines Lawsuit

With Perkins Coie LLP and on behalf of the DSCC, the Democratic Party of Georgia, and individual voters, Krevolin & Horst attorneys asked the Court on August 7 to require that Georgia provide a sufficient number and equitable distribution of polling places and other election resources to prevent long lines on Election Day. Read more […]

Krevolin & Horst files new lawsuit seeking to protect voting by mail for all eligible Georgia voters

With Perkins Coie LLP, Krevolin & Horst attorneys filed a lawsuit today on behalf of the New Georgia Project and individual voters arguing that several of Georgia’s restrictions on absentee voting by mail pose undue burdens on the right to vote generally, and specifically in the upcoming general election as a result of the COVID-19 […]