June 26, 2018

                Jack Waldrip filed an action against the City of Gainesville (the “City”) for damages which resulted from the flooding of Waldrip's property.  City of Gainesville v. Waldrip, 811 S.E.2d 130 (Ga. Ct. App. 2018), reconsideration denied (Mar. 29, 2018).  Specifically, Waldrip alleged nuisance, trespass, and the taking of the property through per se and inverse condemnation.  The City was granted partial summary ju...

June 8, 2018

                In July 2014, Sally Stofer and Carol Denton were attending a free concert in Macon, Georgia. The property/venue was owned by Macon-Bibb County, but Mercer University (“Mercer”) was granted a permit to use the park. Mercer did not have to pay for the permit; however, it had to pay for security and liability insurance. During the concert, there were vendors at the park selling food and drinks.  While leaving the venue, Stofer lost her balance in a stairwell that had no handrail.  S...

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