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Thomas J. Mihill
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Thomas Mihill’s Legal Cases

4 total

  • Rebel's Pantry, Inc. and Wayne L. Lawrence v. The Right Stuff Food Stores, Inc., v. Noble Petroleum Transport, LLC

    Practice Area:
    Landlord & Tenant
    Outcome:
    Judgment for Plaintiff for full amount sought
    Description:
    Mr. Mihill was the primary attorney responsible for obtaining summary judgment for the plaintiffs on liability in a commercial lease dispute, including presenting the motion at oral argument. Mr. Mihill was also the primary trial attorney at the bench trial on damages, giving the opening and closing statement and examining and cross-examining all witnesses. The plaintiffs obtained a substantial verdict in their favor, including attorney's fees.
  • Mary Wojcik, et al. v. Windmill Lake Apartments, et al

    Practice Area:
    Wrongful Death
    Outcome:
    Summary Judgment for Defendants
    Description:
    Mr. Mihill assisted in the representation of an apartment complex against a premises liability action brought on behalf of a pizza delivery driver robbed and murdered at the complex. Mr. Mihill was instrumental in obtaining a complete summary judgment on behalf of the defendant complex, and in having that summary judgment upheld on appeal.
  • Carson-Hall, Inc. v. James B. Gandy and Annette Davis

    Practice Area:
    Construction & Development
    Outcome:
    Money award to Defendants/Counterclaimants
    Description:
    Mr. Mihill assisted in the representation of the defendants/counterclaimants in a case involving breach of contract and defective construction of a large home, including allegations of significant structural defects.The case culminated in a 10-day trial before an auditor, during which Mr. Mihill examined and cross-examined many witnesses, including the expert witnesses for both parties.
  • Urim Corporation v. Steven L. Krongold and Mark T. Palin

    Practice Area:
    Appeals
    Outcome:
    Summary Judgment against Urim Reversed
    Description:
    Plaintiff Urim Corporation brought a claim for legal malpractice against its former attorneys who Urim contended settled a case without proper authority. The Northern District of Georgia granted summary judgment to defendants on the grounds that Urim's claims were barred by collateral estoppel. Mr. Mihill assisted in the appeal of that order, resulting in a reversal of the summary judgment by the Eleventh Circuit.