Emory University

Slam Dunk for Client

How AGG's experience closing complex property deals benefits client.


Emory University wanted to acquire the 60-acre Executive Park office site in metro Atlanta to develop a mixed use complex, including a state-of-the-art training facility for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association, a sports medicine, rehabilitation and orthopedics facility, multifamily residences and general office and medical uses. The site included nine existing office buildings with approximately 400,000 square feet of space. Emory sought the help of Arnall Golden Gregory because of the firm’s experience with complex mixed-use developments. More

SunTrust Bank

Golden Access

How AGG helps facilitate financing for multiple M&A transactions.


Atlanta-based SunTrust Banks (NYSE: STI), one of the largest banks in the U.S., frequently calls on Arnall Golden Gregory to handle the legal aspects of its M&A financings. Two deals involving loans made to private equity funds illustrate how Arnall Golden Gregory’s expertise helped produce excellent results for all involved. More

Development Authority of Fulton County

Accelerated Growth

How AGG's public finance team drives incentives package.


Mercedes-Benz USA wanted to move its corporate headquarters from Montvale, N.J., to metro Atlanta, where Delta Airlines, Porsche Cars North America, Home Depot, United Parcel Service, Newell Rubbermaid and other companies have their headquarters. Mercedes was eyeing Sandy Springs, an affluent city on the north side of Atlanta in Fulton County. But it wanted to know what financial incentives were available if it worked with the Development Authority of Fulton County. The project would provide significantly more tax revenue to the county and Sandy Springs and add to metro Atlanta’s corporate headquarters prestige. Arnall Golden Gregory attorneys, representing the Development Authority, negotiated with Mercedes’ representatives. More

Erlanger Health System

$36M Awarded to Client

How AGG disputes management agreement for client win.


Chattanooga-Hamilton County Hospital Authority, d/b/a Erlanger Health System (“Erlanger”), has five hospitals in Tennessee and is the seventh largest public hospital in the United States. Erlanger made a $20 million loan to the Hospital Authority of Walker, Dade and Catoosa Counties (the “Authority”) in connection with the execution of a management agreement, pursuant to which Erlanger agreed to take on defined management responsibilities at Hutcheson Medical Center, Inc. (“HMC”) in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. The loan was secured by certain real estate owned by HMC and guaranties from two of the affected counties. After the Authority terminated the management agreement without paying Erlanger, the client hired Arnall Golden Gregory to sue for recovery of the loan. More

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