Represented a registered financial adviser and its principals in a lawsuit filed in Georgia state court by a dissatisfied advisee who claimed that she had lost nearly $1 million in investments because of the defendants' alleged negligence and breach of fiduciary duties in failing to sell a large block of stock.  We were successful in having the trial court dismiss the entire case on the grounds that the applicable statutes of limitations had already run before the complaint was filed.  On appeal, most of the dismissal was affirmed.  Thereafter, the case settled for a nominal amount.

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Multi-phased project development for Carter & Associates LLC as master developer
Represents  Carter & Associates LLC as the master developer of “The Banks,” a multi-phased project for an extensive mixed use development on more
Universal Furniture International, Inc. v. Collezione Europa USA, Inc.
Represented Universal Furniture International Inc., a home furnishings manufacturer, in a suit against Collezione Europa USA, Inc., a furniture more
Simultaneous roll-up/combination of nine companies and initial public offering to form an NYSE-listed public company
Represented principal founding company and sponsor of the roll-up/combination of nine private companies and simultaneous initial public offering and more
"At-the-market" public offering of common stock for Delta Air Lines
Represented Delta Air Lines in connection with its $196 million registered "at-the-market" offering of common stock. more