Hall Booth Smith, P.C.
Size of Organization: 110
Year Established: 1989Web Site: http://www.hallboothsmith.com
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In 1989, Hall Booth Smith, P.C. opened its doors as a litigation firm in Atlanta, Georgia. The firm has expanded from an insurance defense practice to a full service law firm with over thirty practice areas. Headquartered in Atlanta, HBS maintains with regional offices throughout the Southeast. HBS has expanded our service internationally by opening an office in Tbilisi, Georgia.
With over 200 attorneys and staff, we provide the legal counsel associated with a larger law firm and the personal attention and effectiveness of a smaller firm. Nationally and internationally, we offer our clients personal and professional expertise resulting from our own experience as local, state, and federal government officials; service in various branches of the military; and memberships and leaderships in community, state, and federal committees. Our attorneys have extensive experience speaking and/or serving as panelists at industry related events, authoring articles and various white papers for industry and trade publications, conducting continuing legal education seminars, and serving on boards of professional industry and trade organizations.
Our clients range from individuals to governments and government agencies as well as domestic and international companies. We work hard to anticipate, advise, and assist our clients throughout the entire legal process.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Hall Booth Smith, P.C.:
Toxic Torts (3326 cases in past two years)
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Documents by Hall Booth Smith, P.C. on Martindale.com
Mooning the Boss and Premature Paperwork
Donald W. Benson, October 3, 2012
After his company was acquired, plaintiff was informed in April of 2005, that a friend and colleague had been terminated because he refused to accept a lower wage in his new position within the new company structure.
Denying Additional Leave under the ADA
Donald W. Benson, October 2, 2012
When is a second request for indefinite leave required by the Americans With Disabilities Act ("ADA")? What if the employee can perform most of the essential functions of the job while on indefinite leave, but can not provide a reasonable estimate of a return date when he/she can...