Over at DecaturLegal.com, we have recently published a number of tips for individuals pursuing claims for unemployment benefits, unpaid overtime, and employment discrimination. Securing an experienced employment attorney is, of course, the best way to evaluate and pursue these claims. But these resources can get you going in the right direction.
I am proud to announce this order we received yesterday in the case of Wilson v. Price, et al. In this case, a City of Atlanta police officer tackled our client, while our client was in handcuffs and sitting calmly in a chair, slamming his head into a copy machine and injuring him seriously. The [...]
I have received numerous inquiries about this motion today. Rather than comment on it, I am publishing it here. I’d prefer to let the pleading speak for itself. In sum, we are seeking summary judgment in favor of Angela Stanton, against Phaedra Parks, on defamation claims asserted by Ms. Parks. All the evidence that has [...]
Today, I took part in the deposition of my client Angela Stanton as part of pre-trial discovery in the case of Phaedra Parks v. Angela Stanton. This was held in a private conference room, not in open court. The only people there were, on [...]
In the consolidated cases of Warren v. Fulton County and Colon v. Fulton County, the Georgia Supreme Court today issued an order that strengthens our state’s whistleblower statute, by clarifying whether employees of local and county governments have the same protections afforded to state employees.
The Georgia Court of Appeals had previously [...]
I am proud to be representing Angela Stanton in defending against spurious claims of defamation surrounding her 2012 book, Lies of a Real Housewife. Lies is a detailed account of Ms. Stanton’s relationship with Phaedra Parks, a notable Atlanta attorney and star of the Bravo series “Real Housewives of Atlanta.” In September 2012, Ms. Parks [...]
The University of Pennsylvania School of Law’s Supreme Court Clinic and James Radford, LLC recently submitted to the United States Supreme Court a petition for certiorari in connection with the matter of Underwood v. Harkins. The Underwood matter involves important questions of First Amendment jurisprudence; namely, the degree to which public employees who run for [...]
We are proud to announce the judgment totaling $226,658 for back pay, front pay, emotional distress, and pre-judgment interest, entered by the Court on July 5, 2013, after a jury verdict in the case of Lisa Karas v. New NGC, Inc.. This case was tried in January 2013 before a jury in the U.S. District Court [...]
Beginning January 1, 2013, James Radford, LLC will be moving its offices to the historic Trust Building in the downtown square of Decatur, Georgia. Our new address will be:
James Radford, LLC
545 North McDonough Street
Decatur, GA 30030
We will also be welcoming some new members to the team [...]
In 2011, James and the lawyers of Parks, Chesin & Walbert, negotiated a significant settlement for a young man who was assaulted while performing court-ordered community service. According to the Complaint filed in the case of Roszina v. YMCA, et al., the youths had been left unsupervised for a period of time. While unsupervised, two [...]
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Latest NewsOctober 15th, 2012