Robbins Firm Wins Six-Figure Judgment, Injunctive Relief in Amusement Machine Arbitration

Written by Firm | May 24, 2016 | Results | Print PDF

In what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind decision, Robbins Firm attorneys secured a final award in an arbitration providing for significant money damages and important injunctive relief. The arbitration was under the auspices of the Lottery’s regulatory jurisdiction and against a third party.  The firm’s client, an owner of bona fide coin operated amusement machines, brought an action against its former customer, a store owner that had the firm client’s machines placed in its store.  The store owner improperly disabled the owner’s machines in breach of the parties’ contract and in violation of Georgia law. The arbitrator’s order against the store resulted in the awarding of monetary damages, including arbitration expenses and attorney fees, and directing the return of its machines to full operation at the location where they had been improperly disconnected.

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