H AND L FARMS LLC et al v. SILICON RANCH CORPORATION et al
January 26, 2024
A group of solar farm companies urged a Georgia federal court to deny a couple's "futile" bid to add claims of mental and emotional distress to a 2021 suit over property damages, arguing the motion lacked any laws that allowed the couple to retry the issue of damages.
January 05, 2024
A Georgia couple that won a $135.5 million verdict for damage to their property from a solar farm's erosion runoff wants to add a claim for mental and emotional distress ahead of a new trial on damages.
November 07, 2023
Two companies behind a solar farm have urged a Georgia federal judge to further slash a couple's once $135 million award for erosion runoff damage to their property caused by the neighboring farm, arguing the now $5 million figure still consists of inflated compensatory damages.
October 31, 2023
A Georgia couple awarded $135.5 million in damages for extensive erosion runoff damage to their property caused by a neighboring solar farm asked a federal judge Tuesday to reconsider his decision to slash their award to $5 million and let them move forward with appeals.
October 24, 2023
A Georgia federal judge has refused to grant a new trial in a dispute over damage to a couple's property due to alleged negligence by the companies responsible for a neighboring solar farm, but cut the damages award from $135 million to $5 million.
June 22, 2023
A Georgia couple who won $135.5 million at trial against the owner and developers of a neighboring solar farm operation told a Georgia federal judge on Wednesday to reject requests from the companies for a new trial or significantly lower damages.
June 05, 2023
A Georgia federal judge on Monday issued an injunction requiring the owners and developers of a Georgia solar farm to minimize "continuing damage" to a neighboring property owned by a couple who won $135.5 million in damages at trial.
June 01, 2023
The owner and developers of a solar farm in Georgia have asked a federal court to shrink the $135.5 million verdict against them for damage done to a neighboring couple's property, arguing the judgment should be significantly less based on the evidence.
May 19, 2023
A Georgia couple who won a $135.5 million verdict against the owner and developer of a solar farm for polluting their property with runoff are asking for an additional $2 million in general damages and at least $4.9 million in attorney fees and costs for the companies' frivolous, meritless and bad faith arguments.
May 11, 2023
In-house counsel for a construction business on the hook for more than $100 million in damages related to a solar farm's effect on a Georgia couple's property was publicly admonished Thursday by a federal judge over emails sent throughout trial to a witness.