The jury finds that the developer stole money from Ga. Biz. 1st court trial

By Kelcey Caulder (April 22, 2022, 9:56 p.m. EDT) – A Georgia state court jury has unanimously found that the co-owner of a Georgia real estate development company breached his fiduciary duty by transferring company money to himself and his other real estate businesses without the approval of the other co-owner of the company.

In the first jury trial held in Georgia State Court of Commerce, the jury found Thursday night that Miller Lowry transferred money from Carter Lowry Development LLC to himself and his other real estate businesses – Miller Lowry Developments LLC, North Peachtree Norcross LLC and Thundercat LLC – without proper clearance from fellow company co-owner Matt Carter. On…

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