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Metro Atlanta Business Case Division

NOTICE REGARDING JUDICIAL EMERGENCY: On March 14, 2020, the Honorable Harold D. Melton, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, issued an Order Declaring Statewide Judicial Emergency which in subsequent orders has been extended until August 29, 2021. If the Public Health State of Emergency expires before June 30, the Order Declaring Statewide Judicial Emergency will expire at the same time by operation of law.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding how the judicial emergency will impact a case pending in the Business Case Division, please contact our office at (404) 612-4570 or To access the orders issued by Chief Justice Melton and for other resources and court information regarding COVID-19, please visit:

The Metro Atlanta Business Case Division receives cases from the Superior Court of Fulton County and the State Court of Fulton County.

The Business Case Division provides just, accurate, timely, and efficient resolution of complex commercial and business cases filed in Fulton Superior and Fulton State Courts, in addition to retaining legal business in Georgia and developing a robust body of business law in Georgia.

Join more than 500 businesses that have chosen the Business Case Division to resolve their cases because of the expert judicial attention given to complicated business cases by experienced Judges with training in business law subjects.

Benefits of the Business Case Division include:

  • Comprehensive scheduling orders addressing all aspects of a case, including electronic discovery;
  • Fast resolution of discovery disputes through the use of telephonic conferences;
  • Specially set hearings that are promptly scheduled at Counsel's convenience; and
  • Written rulings on all substantive motions published quarterly through Georgia State University School of Law

Best of all, your cases are not scheduled behind a general docket of criminal and civil cases.

2017 Annual Report and  2011 Survey Results

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2017 Annual Report
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2011 Survey Results