FMG Announces Addition of New Partner Mike Athans
Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP, is pleased to announce that Mike Athans has joined the firm as a Partner in the professional liability and insurance coverage section in the Atlanta office. He will also practice in the firm’s commercial and …
Fair Pay And Safe Workplaces Executive Order Enjoined (in part), For Now
By: Marty Heller
A federal judge in Texas recently granted an injunction against parts of the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order. Essentially, the injunction will block enforcement of the Executive Order’s requirements that federal contractors disclose current and …
FMG Announces New Partner Lizel R. Cerezo
Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP, is pleased to announce that Lizel R. Cerezo has joined the firm as a Partner in the Los Angeles office.
Ms. Cerezo brings to Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP over 10 years of experience. Ms. Cerezo focuses in …
FMG Announces New Partner Eric Hilton
Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP, is pleased to announce that H. Eric Hilton has joined the firm as Partner in its Atlanta office.
Mr. Hilton’s practice focuses on construction, labor & employment and general liability, as well as outside general …
FMG Announces Addition of New Partner, Managing Director
Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP is pleased to announce the expansion of the firm’s government and regulatory practices with the addition of Dan Lee and Allan Hayes, principals of Piedmont Public Affairs.
Dan Lee, who joins the firm as …
Georgia Utility Update – January 2017
By Robert B. Baker
PSC Approves Billions in Vogtle Expenditures and Cost Overruns With No Review
On December 20, 2016, the Georgia Public Service Commission unanimously approved the Stipulation between the PSC Staff and Georgia Power Company that increases …
FMG Welcomes New Partner Shaun Daugherty
Freeman Mathis & Gary Announces Addition of New Partner
Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP is pleased to announce that Shaun Daugherty has joined the firm as a Partner and will practice in its Atlanta office.
Mr. Daugherty’s practice has a …
Georgia Utility Update – September 2016
PSC Approves An Additional 1,600 Megawatts (“MW”) of Renewable Energy by 2021
The Georgia Public Service Commission’s recent Integrated Resource Plan (“IRP”) decision provides for the development of an additional 1,600 MW of renewable energy in Georgia. Requests for proposals …