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Sept. 13

September 13, 2011 --

Cobb County legislative candidate battles tax debt King & Spalding settles $200M malpractice suit

April 28

April 28, 2011 --

Ex-partners say King & Spalding’s usual vetting process is thorough Federal complaint filed over Gwinnett school redistricting Senators ask AG to investigate APS for open meeting violation Cases stalled as 3 APS ethics panel members resign Advisory panel hears calls to open up election system E. Point mayor criticizes pay raises

April 24

April 24, 2011 --

FTC seeks to block Albany hospital merger Lobbyists spent close to $1M during 2011 legislative session King & Spalding gags employees over Defense of Marriage Act

Jan. 22

January 22, 2011 --

Ralston, staff & families took $17K lobbyist-funded trip to Germany Clarence Thomas failed to report wife’s income ATL Thrashers sue King & Spalding Cobb water authority seizes homeowners’ land Georgia budget-cutting plans hit social services Bishop: Black farmers’ settlement written to detect fraud 7 prison guards suspended after alleged inmate abuse

Sept. 14

September 14, 2010 --

ATL school board votes out chairman, vice chairman State revoking permit of hospice linked to Oxendine Cobb withdraws $800-a-day contract for retired elections chief Widow sues Spalding Co. EMTs alleging wrongful death Cobb grand jury: Review court reporters’ compensation Grady dialysis deal finalized 3rd arrest made in Columbus Parks & Rec probe

Ethics panel sets Sept. 11 deadline for top-job seekers

Ethics panel sets Sept. 11 deadline for top-job seekers
August 27, 2009 --

The State Ethics Commission today opened a two-week window for job applicants who want to be the state’s new top ethics enforcer. The commission hopes to interview three finalists in public at its Oct. 15 meeting. When Rick Thompson was chosen in 2006, candidates were interviewed in closed session. Senior assistant attorney general Stefan Ritter described that today as “not the best practice.”