Mark E. Goodman and Drey A. Cooley challenge the constitutionality of Atlanta taxicab ordinances
The suit alleges that the City’s taxicab ordinances, with respect to the City’s issuance of CPNCs, company permits and driver permits were unconstitutional, in that they violate both the due process and equal protection clauses of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.
Mark Goodman is a highly-skilled litigator and founding shareholder of Capes Sokol. He represents clients in complex litigation matters before state and federal courts, arbitrators and administrative boards and agencies. He has broad experience encompassing over 43 years in commercial litigation areas including construction disputes, non-competition litigation, intellectual property, employment issues, real estate, insurance coverage, shareholder disputes and investor fraud.
Drey Cooley represents businesses and individuals in a wide variety of business, real estate, construction and intellectual property disputes in state and federal trial courts. Many of his business and real estate litigation matters involve fiduciary disputes, commercial fraud, construction/mechanic’s liens, unfair competition issues and contract disputes.
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