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Since April, the Federal Trade Commission has been fighting to block Phoebe Putney Health Systems's acquisition of a rival hospital in southwest Georgia, on the grounds that the merger would create a
We researched the fortune 100 to find Out which law firms they used in 2007 in each of the following practice areas: corporate transactions, torts and negligence, commercial law and contracts litigat
...for defendant-appellee Memberworks, Inc. M. Jerome Elmore and Joshua F. Thorpe, Bondurant, Mixson & Elmore, Atlanta, Georgia, for defendants-appellees West Corporation...
A Fulton County judge isn't saying she was wrong when she forbade the Philadelphia-based mega-firm Duane Morris from representing a subsidiary of McKesson Corp. in an Atlanta intellectual property di
...subsidiary. However, in a motion filed last month by Bondurant Mixson & Elmore partner Emmett J. Bondurant on behalf of Duane Morris (which had...
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision last week to hear Mohawk Industries Inc.'s contention that it shouldn't face a civil racketeering suit could resolve disagreements about how courts handle similar su
Jocelyn Larkin is mad. She's been hearing reports for the past few months - even from opposing counsel - that lawyers around the country are soliciting clients in a discrimination class action agains
... Walsh & Furcolo, Timothy M. Twomey, Daniel W. Kelsberg; Bondurant, Mixson & Elmore, M. Jerome Elmore, Joshua F. Thorpe and Corey F. Hirokawa for...
...certification issue. Representing the plaintiffs, Joshua F. Thorpe of Bondurant Mixson & Elmore argued that Evans abused her discretion by weighing the merits of...
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