Of Counsel Bob Stubbs is now a part of the firm’s commercial real estate transactions team. He brings more than four decades of experience with commercial real estate leasing, acquisitions and dispositions. Bob previously served as inhouse counsel for LPI, Prime Bancshares and Tishman Speyer. Welcome Bob to Pursley Friese...Read More
Partner Charles Pursley served as a guest lecturer during a recent Eminent Domain class at Georgia State University College of Law. Charles talked with the law students about valuation of real property during a condemnation proceeding. Sharing examples from working with various clients including MARTA, Charles dissected the concept of just and adequate compensation and shared his article, “Eminent Domain: Condemnee’s Perspective on...Read More
As a member of the ULI Center for Leadership Class of 2016, Partner Lou Papera and several other members of the class recently worked on a mini-technical assistance program (mTAP) with the Friends of Little Five Points Park organization to review and address a land use issue in the Little Five Points community. The effort involved a formal presentation to Friends of Little Five Points Park at the Horizon Theatre on May 3 on the future of...Read More
CREW Atlanta recently featured a recent article, “Dealing with Tenant Abandonment,” co-authored by Managing Partner Stephanie Friese and Attorney Christine Norstadt in its March 18th blog edition. The article provides useful tips regarding what a landlord should do when a tenant vacates and leaves personal property...Read More
Partner Charles Pursley and Attorney Elizabeth Story Present at the 2016 State Bar of Georgia Eminent Domain Seminar!
Partner Charles Pursley kicked off the annual seminar with the opening introduction of the topics and speakers. This year’s seminar featured a full mock jury trial with Attorney Elizabeth Story presenting on how to argue pretrial motions, including Motions in Limine, Motions to Compel, Sanctions, Motions to Exclude, Professionalism/Ethics Integrated on Discovery Abuse. The seminar also included presentation of the Eminent Domain Lifetime...Read More