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► Antonini & Cohen: Carolina Antonini (Immigration Law, 2007) spoke with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution about the effects of the 35-day government shutdown on immigration proceedings. “It is hindering immigration adjudications, enforcement—all the good, the bad, and the ugly. It is insane,” Antonini said. The trouble began when immigration court judges were put on unpaid leave, halting progress on existing cases and contributing further to a case backlog that exceeds 800,000.
► Pursley Friese Torgrimson: G. Douglas Dillard (Land Use and Zoning Law;
► Andersen, Tate & Carr: Trinity Hundredmark (Criminal Defense: General Practice; Family Law; Family Law Mediation, 2018) received an individual award during the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce’s Moxie Awards in November. Hundredmark was one of five women to receive an award, which recognizes “standout women” across a wide range of professional backgrounds. Hundredmark received the “On the Rise” award.
► King & Spalding: Pete Robinson (Government Relations Practice, 2007) moved from his previous position as managing partner of Troutman Sanders to King & Spalding, where he will be
► Malone Law: Adam Malone (Medical Malpractice
► L. Lin Wood: L. Lin Wood (
Musk made the defamatory comments against Unsworth amid the rescue of a boys’ soccer team from a flooded cave in Thailand. Unsworth aided in rescue efforts, while Musk and his rocket company SpaceX built a small submarine, which was sent to Thailand but ultimately went unused. Unsworth called Musk’s submarine a “PR stunt.” Musk tweeted the pedophilia accusations in retaliation and told a Buzzfeed reporter to “stop defending child rapists,” in reference to Unsworth and the
“Elon Musk falsely accused Vern Unsworth of being guilty of heinous crimes,” Wood said in a statement. “Musk’s influence and wealth cannot convert his lies into