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Granted Summary Judgment in Attempt to Invalidate Rezoning Decision, Allowing Developer to Continue Project

Successfully defended a developer in a suit attempting to invalidate a recent rezoning decision and to enjoin developer from progressing further in development plan until developer constructed certain improvements. After identifying significant evidentiary weaknesses in plaintiff’s case, Bloom Sugarman moved for and obtained summary judgment on the grounds that the plaintiffs were ineligible as a matter of law to bring the claims at issue, allowing developer to continue project and county to continue issuing permits. Bloom Sugarman successfully defended the case through the appellate process, convincing the Georgia Supreme Court that no discretionary appeal was warranted.

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