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by J. Matthew Maguire, Michael J. Bowers and Lucy W. Rankin

In a legal dispute between a private litigant and a Georgia government entity, the law most clearly discriminates in favor of the government. That there are sound policy reasons for the discrimination is little consolation for the frustrated attorney representing the private litigant. This paper is intended to minimize that frustration by providing a 10,000 foot overview of the procedural challenges that frequently arise in disputes against state and local governments.

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