Social Distanced Holiday Events

Social Distanced Holiday Events

Atlanta has a few tried-and-true holiday events—things folks plan to attend year after year, outside of the regular lineup of parties and family gatherings. This year, of course, looks different. Santa at the mall has a separate sofa for the kids. Community trees are simply switched on, without a hot-chocolate-sipping audience to see it.  But

2020 Tale of the Tape

Happy Holidays What a year it has been, right? We became pros at video depositions, kept up with clients over the phone and found new ways to stay engaged in our community. 2020 Tale of the Tape Here’s our fifth annual “Tale of the Tape,” a look back at 2020 highlights. $21,000,000 recovered for our

Fall Family Fun Fest Recap

We had a great time and a good turnout for our third annual Fall Family Fun Fest. Many families are rediscovering the joy of retro entertainment options, so for us, choosing to make this year’s festival a drive-in movie was a no-brainer.  After some socially distanced pre-show entertainment and fun for the kids, families were

Black Friday Injuries

Black Friday Injuries

Due to the pandemic, Black Friday won’t be quite the same this year. But, if we’re being honest, Black Friday has been going through a lot of changes anyway over the past decade as consumers alter the way they shop. For many, online deals have simply become more appealing than early morning treks. Part of

Keep Kids Safe This Halloween

Keep Kids Safe This Halloween

This year, Halloween festivities are likely going to look a little bit different than normal. After all, packed streets full of ghosts, goblins and ice queens reaching into shared bowls of candy doesn’t quite fit with current recommended health practices.  But for many families, some form of outdoor celebration is still a must. Whether it’s

Did you know I-285 is one of the most dangerous highways in the nation?

Did you know I-285 is one of the most dangerous highways in the nation?

Just before the COVID-19-related shutdowns hit Atlanta in mid-March, a group of drift racers blocked a tunnel on I-285 near the airport. After stopping traffic, people took turns performing donuts and burnouts, careening through the tight passage. Fireworks clouded the road with smoke.  Thankfully, no one was reported hurt—something that made this “Fast and Furious”-type

Shea Schulman Named Litner + Deganian Partner, Accepted into GTLA LEAD Program’s 2020-2021 Class

Litner + Deganian is pleased to announce that attorney Shea Schulman has been named a partner. Since joining Litner + Deganian in 2016, Shea has earned a reputation with his clients for his detail-oriented casework and his relentless pursuit of justice. He’s also caring and considerate—fitting right in with the firm’s focus on personalized relationships