May 082012
 May 8, 2012  Posted by  Business, Court

Bill Rankin reports:


On Monday, the Georgia Supreme Court heard arguments as to whether that ruling [against American Home Services] should stick. The court is reviewing a decision issued a year ago by the state Court of Appeals that overturned the trial judge’s decision. The appeals court said what mattered was how many faxes were received, not the number of faxes sent on behalf of American Home Services.

Read more on AJC.

I finally got some relief from the junk faxes received at my office. Of course, the downside is that the fax machine no longer works at all, but at least I don’t get junk faxes.

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