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You'll find the most comprehensive commercial real estate legal services at Pursley Friese Torgrimson. We advise businesses and real property owners on legal challenges involving condemnation/eminent domain, leasing/acquisitions/dispositions, zoning/land use in Georgia and across the United States. Contact our commercial real estate legal team or call us at 404.876.4880 to discuss your commercial real estate needs.


October 29, 2018 |

Stephanie Friese Discusses Providing Exceptional Benefits to Retain Talent in Small Law Firms

In an article published in Law360, founding and managing partner Stephanie Friese provides comments on making work-life balance easier by creating unique benefits for working parents. Stephanie says, “Lawyers work long hours. If you want to retain people, sometimes you have to provide that flexibility.” Subscribers to Law360 may access the full article...

October 26, 2018 |

Christian Togrimson Authors Article on Cityhood for State Bar of Georgia’s Real Property Section Newsletter

In an article published in the Fall 2018 newsletter of the State Bar of Georgia Real Property Law Section, managing partner Christian Torgrimson discusses the growing cityhood movement in Georgia. Voters are increasingly supporting incorporating themselves into smaller cities to capture valuable resources and improve utilization of the tax base. If the latest effort passes on November 6, the new city of Eagle’s Landing will be formed in part from land taken from the city of Stockbridge. While incorporating new cities can fuel economic growth, other long-term consequences exist, including the use of eminent domain and new or revised zoning codes that can affect existing property owners. The impact of new zoning codes, restrictions on...

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