Many of our cases have involved issues of great public interest. Of course, the majority of our clients have no interest in news coverage, and we strive to maintain discretion in pursuing their case. Usually, what is important to them is not media attention, but getting compensation for the wrong that has been done to them.
However, oftentimes our cases do generate strong public interest. Below are some videos of coverage of our cases.
James Radford argues Owens v. Greenville to the Georgia Supreme Court. Following this argument, the Supreme Court issued a 9-0 unanimous decision for Mr. Radford’s clients, who were wrongfully terminated from their jobs. Read more about the case here.
Cunningham v. Richmond County Sheriff’s Office. In this case, we achieved a $300,000 settlement for the wrongful arrest and prosecution of popular hip-hop producer David Cunningham, also known as “Dun Deal.”
Belton v. Georgia. In this case, James Radford represented deaf Georgians in a class-action lawsuit against the state of Georgia, under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The court ultimately ruled that our clients had suffered discrimination, and ordered the state to make its public services more accessible to the deaf. Read more about the case here.
James Radford led the charge in litigation against Fulton County, Georgia, for retaliation against two whistleblowers who had uncovered fraud, waste, and abuse by county employees, and who had been fired as a result. The case was ultimately decided by the Georgia Supreme Court, which held that Georgia’s Whistleblower Protection Act extends to county, as well as state, employees. Read more about the case here.