J. Hue Henry – J. Hue Henry

Swift, et. al. v. Henry, et. al

Decision of Georgia Supreme Court

This is a case of first impression in Georgia establishing a client's right to access files maintained by his or her attorneys, including internal memo except under certain circumstances…more
| Business Torts
Caroll Anesthesia Associates, P.C. v. Anesthecare, Inc.

Court of Appeals Decision recognizing action for tortious interference with Contractual and Business Relations

This case was the response to a take over of an anesthesiology practice by hiring all of an anesthesiologist's certified nurse anesthetists. The court of appeals held that, while the fair competition privilege normally…more
| Business Torts
St. Mary's Hospital v. Radiology Professional Corporation

Decision of Georgia Court of Appeals

In this case of first impression the Georgia Court of Appeals recognized a tort in Georgia for violation of a hospital's staff privileges bylaws in connection with the revocation of a physician's privileges…more
| Business Torts
Lawson v. Athens Auto Supply and Electric

Decision of Georgia Court of Appeals - Complex Litigation

This was a complex case involving the fraudulent conveyance of machinery and equipment among closed family corporations to avoid paying an $11,800 consent judgment that resulted in a $149,000 verdict against the corporations…more
| Business Torts
LaBarre v. Payne

Decision of Georgia Court of Appeals

In this case of first impression, the Georgia Court of Appeals recognized an implied civil action from the Georgia criminal embracery (jury tempering) statute…more
| Civil Remedies
Williams v. Regents

Decision of 5th Circuit Court of Appeals

This is a whistle blower first amendment civil rights case in which a police office leaked evidence of a cover up by his superiors of an accident report that implicated a county police chief for driving under the influence and…more
| Civil Rights
Williams v. Kassinger and Saye, 629 F.2d 993 (5th Cir. 1980)

Decision by Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals

This is an appellate decision describing a whistle blower case involving a University of Georgia Police officer who was fired when his father released documents to the press that he received from the plaintiff that proved the…more
| Civil Remedies

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