Law360 (April 7, 2021, 6:27 PM EDT) — A Georgia construction company asked the Georgia State-wide Business Court on Wednesday to toss a contract breach suit alleging it defectively designed and built a large warehouse near the Port of Savannah, saying the owner’s failure to include an expert affidavit ends its complaint.
Arco Design/Build LLC said Georgia law requires an expert affidavit to be filed with complaints of professional malpractice against companies allegedly liable for an action or inaction of a state-licensed professional. Arco said that includes the suit filed against it in late October by Savannah Green I Owner LLC, the Connecticut company it contracted with on the…
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AUGUSTA, Ga. — The Masters isn’t sticking to sports. Augusta National Golf Club chairman Fred Ridley held his annual “State of the Masters” address Monday, and at the end of an opening statement that included references to the beauty of the course and the announcement of a new video game, […]
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