Bloom Parham Secures Appellate Victory

Bloom Parham won an order from the Georgia Court of Appeals affirming its client’s victory following a bench trial.  The plaintiff in the case sought a declaratory judgment that certain restrictive covenants governed a subject development.  Bloom Parham successfully argued that the covenants the plaintiff wanted to govern had been replaced by a later set of covenants that was more favorable to the firm’s client.  The Court of Appeals also affirmed an award of attorney’s fees against the plaintiff based on the trial court’s determination that he had engaged in conduct that expanded the proceeding by attempting to intimidate, threaten, and harass witnesses.  The plaintiff filed a petition requesting that the Georgia Supreme Court grant review of the Court of Appeals decision, but the Supreme Court denied the request.  Bloom Parham subsequently collected the attorney’s fees award for its client.


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