The Top 30 Things that have Changed in my 30 Years Practicing Law

I don’t lug a giant litigation bag to work every day. I don’t use couriers to file pleadings. I don’t have to carry my Bar card to prove I’m a

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Recognition of associate attorney Taylor Gore of the Linley Jones Firm, PC

Today, I would like to recognize associate attorney Taylor Gore of the Linley Jones Firm, PC for her outstanding work in co-authoring a scholarly article with respected City Attorney Christopher

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Bad news for Georgians who hire lawyers

The Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia (BOG) voted overwhelmingly on Saturday to allow Georgia lawyers to practice without malpractice insurance. Although most lawyers are insured (approximately

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This Saturday, approximately 150 lawyers will decide whether to protect victims of legal malpractice by requiring lawyers to be insured.  Please meet Dr. James Warner, one of those victims.

  Dr. Warner is a husband, father of three, and former high school band director. He holds a Ph.D. in Music Education and was a professional trumpet player. Following a

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Proclamation In Recognition of Tom Reilly

Several years ago, Linley Jones worked to preserve a green space along Nancy Creek in the northern end of Brookhaven. This week, Linley, on behalf of the City of Brookhaven,

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Who Owns The Client’s File?

In the state of Georgia, lawyers are not required to carry insurance. As lawyers who represent victims of legal malpractice, The Linley Jones Firm, P.C. continues to fight for a

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Mandatory Malpractice Insurance for Lawyers:  A Step in the Right Direction

In the state of Georgia, lawyers are not required to carry insurance. As lawyers who represent victims of legal malpractice, The Linley Jones Firm, P.C. continues to fight for a

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Linley Jones Spearheads Recognition of Historic Lynwood Park Community

  Writer: Valerie Biggerstaff Brookhaven officially recognizes historic Lynwood Park district On Oct. 13, the Brookhaven City Council approved the “Historic Lynwood Park Recognition Ordinance.” Councilwoman Linley Jones, who represents

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In Memoriam:  Our Friend and Client William S. Arnett

William S. Arnett was a collector. As a boy Arnett collected baseball cards, stamps and butterflies. As a man he collected and studied art from around the world and championed

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Think your lawyer is insured? Here’s how to find out

Atlanta Business Chronicle Leadership Trust, author Linley Jones Not many people would agree to have their roof replaced on their house, or a tree removed from their yard, without requesting

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