Georgia Court of Appeals Finds Internal Medicine Physician Qualified to Render Standard of Care Opinions Against a Psychiatrist.
The Court of Appeals continued to loosen restrictions on the admissibility of expert testimony in medical malpractice cases with the recent decision of Russell v. Kantamneni.
An Underreported Landmark: The Textualist Dismantling of the Respondeat Superior Rule
Mick Evans examines the textualist approach used by the Supreme Court of Georgia in Quynn v. Hulsey, 310 Ga 473 (2020) in holding that the Respondeat Superior rule had been abrogated by the Apportionment Statute enacted by the Georgia legislature in 2005.
Supreme Court of Georgia Approves "Double Recovery" of Attorney's Fees by Plaintiffs
In a recent and surprising opinion, the Supreme Court of Georgia held that plaintiffs can recover twice for their attorney's fees and expenses of litigation under two different statutes.
Does Joint and Several Liability Have New Life in Georgia?
Recent appellate decisions in Georgia are changing the way litigants approach cases with multiple or joint tortfeasors.