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Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC Receives Top Rankings in the 6th Annual Legal Food Frenzy

LLH’s Participation in 6th Annual Legal Food Frenzy – Top Rankings in the Competition In the Georgia legal community, many participate in the statewide competition known as the Legal Food Frenzy. This competition is in its sixth year, and Lueder, Larkin & Hunter has participated for four (4) straight years now. The efforts help food banks across the state raise monies and collect pounds of food to ensure that struggling families, seniors, and children across Georgia have enough to eat...

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Community Matters – Spring 2017 Edition

The Spring 2017 edition features an article about challenges to garnishments (by Brandon Wagner), an article discussing liability for assessments that were owed by a previous owner (by Stephen Finamore), and a summary of how Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC did in the 6th Annual Legal Food Frenzy (by Cynthia Hodge).  See a full write-up on the results here! Community Matters is published on our website on a quarterly basis, and if you would like hard copies, we can make those available for...

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Kareem Maddison Receives 2017 Young Alumni Award From Emory University School of Law

Kareem Maddision was awarded the 2017 Emory University School of Law Young Alumni Award. The Young Alumni Award recognizes the professional and personal achievement of an alumna or alumnus who graduated within the past 15 years and has made notable leadership and service contributions to Emory Law and to the legal profession. Nominees for this award are considered on the basis of their: • Leadership and active involvement within their professional and personal environments •...

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Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC Collected Over $8.5 Million For Clients in 2016

Lueder, Larkin & Hunter, LLC collected $8,553,477.72 for our clients in 2016, which is up from the $8.3 million we collected in 2015!   We know the importance of collections. We know that clients do not want to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars per delinquent account without getting results. Our firm therefore pioneered the industry with results-oriented collections that we call Common Sense Collections. We place the financial burden of collections and place it where it should be...

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Community Matters – Winter 2017 Edition

The Winter 2017 edition features a review of the bankruptcy “automatic stay” statute and its application in community association scenarios (by Daniel Melchi), an article discussing important considerations for adopting amendments (by Brendan Hunter), and an article discussing how the “Under 18 Needing Adult Supervision” pool rule presents legal concerns (by Haley Bourret). Community Matters is published on our website on a quarterly basis, and if you would like hard copies, we can...

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