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 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 […]
Coin Operated Amusement Machines, or COAM, industry requires niche understanding of the GLC (Georgia Lottery Corporation) laws that guide and govern its operation.
Andy Pierce has over 20 years of corporate and technology law experience. Andy provides pragmatic, business-focused counsel to his clients at all stages of their growth cycle. He focuses his practice on mergers and acquisitions, private equity/venture capital transactions, joint ventures, strategic alliances, international transactions, and technology and other commercial transactions. He also has experience […]
Jake is native Georgian from Forsyth County who represents plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of civil litigation, including breach of contract, fraud, construction litigation, and other business disputes. He has also briefed or argued appeals in state and federal courts of appeal, including the United States Supreme Court.