Some cases have been the subject of positive press coverage. Here are two notable examples. (Media coverage of Mr. Lang's work in the area of Mental Health and the Practice of Law can be found on the Publications and Presentations page.
Peterzell v. Balch & Bingham and Meadows, Ichter & Bowers
In a case pitting a lawyer against her former law firm and its successor, Lang Legal obtained a jury verdict for breach of contract and attorney's fees. The case attracted attention because of the prominence of the parties involved. For example, the defendant's lead witness was former Georgia Attorney General Michael Bowers.
"Balch Must Pay In Dispute With Lawyer," Fulton County Daily Report, August 28, 2009.
Watch Eric Lang's Closing In Peterzell v. Balch
Office Depot v. ELPF Howell Mill
When a tenant claimed a landlord had breached an exclusivity provision of a lease and began to withhold full rent, Lang Legal was successful in obtaining summary judgment for the landlord, resulting from the tenant's execution of an "estoppel certificate." The case received attention because the Court of Appeals clarified the effect of estoppel certificates. Read the court's opinion, or browse the articles:
“Just an Estoppel Certificate, Right?”(Atlanta Business Chronicle, May 31, 2011.)
“Office Depot Learns That an Estoppel Certificate Can Stop a Tenant in Retail Lease Suit Over Exclusive Use Provision” (Georgia Real Estate Litigation, June 15, 2011.)
“Estoppel Letters Can Matter – But, Is The Office Depot Decision Really an Exclusive Use Case?” (Retail Real Estate Law, July 25, 2011.)