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Dentons strengthens Atlanta office with the addition of marquee litigator Mark Trigg

Dentons, the global law firm, today announces that nationally-recognized Atlanta litigator Mark G. Trigg will join the Firm as partner.  Experienced in a wide array of complex commercial litigation, and known high-profile engagements in the entertainment and sports industries, he joins the Firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice and will be resident in its Atlanta […]

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As Atlanta’s skyline grows, so does city’s affordable housing crisis

By Steven Labovitz The cityscape, culture, and even color of our bustling city in the forest is changing faster these days than most people’s socks. Everywhere in Atlanta massive, new structures are going up as older, crumbling ones are razed. What was once a blighted factory on the east side is now trendy loft space […]

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Driverless cars are the future, but Ga. law could delay it

By Eric Tanenblatt Editor’s Note: This commentary originally ran in the Atlanta-Journal Constitution Those of us who called Atlanta home in 1990 — when the world’s great cities openly mocked our bid to host the Centennial Olympic Games as a threadbare offering from a ramshackle town — recognize a similar stirring across our city today. Then […]