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Professor Jack F. Williams
Gainesville Times, July 14

Buyer of Deal’s business in tax dispute

Professor Jack F. Williams
Eno Center for Transportation blog, July 9, 2013

Transit Police: Fighting the Fight on the Move

WilliamsJProfessor Jack Williams
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 19

Fulton defies Legislature, proposes tax hike (requires sign-in)

“The impetus of the state/local friction is the insatiable appetite for more and better local services from county and city governments and less interest in paying for those services through increased taxes,” said Jack Williams, a Georgia State University law professor who specializes in tax issues.

Supporters say the tax-cap law would force the county to cut a budget they believe is bloated. Fulton officials say it illegally intrudes on local authority. […]

Williams said it’s unclear whether the General Assembly had the authority to impose the property tax cap. But he doubted the County Commission could legally repeal the law with a simple ordinance.

The better way to address the dispute would be in court, he said. Ultimately, the state Supreme Court may weigh in…

WilliamsJProfessor Jack Williams, April 6
Columbus Ledger Enquirer

Increase in Property Tax Suits an Anomaly

Professor Jack Williams, Aug. 24
Atlanta Journal Constitution

Credit card lawsuits light on paperwork.

Professor Jack Williams, July 24

Former NFL Players Sue League Over Concussions

Professor Jack F. Williams, March 19

Time Warner Cable, Fox could face off in Dodger sale.

Professor Jack F. Williams, March 17
The News-Press (Fort Myers, Fla.)

Hendry land fight may be near an end.

Professor Jack Williams, January 29, 2012
Atlanta Journal Constitution

Hard Knocks’ Toll (Steve Hummer)

Professor Jack F. Williams, December 12
Wall Street Journal

Supreme Court to Weigh ‘Meaty and Sexy’ Corporate-Bankruptcy Case.

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