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The Supreme Court of Georgia decided only a handful of tort and tort-adjacent cases in 2022–2023. But don’t mistake the small number for small impact. Quite the opposite. The 2022–2023 term included at least two tort-adjacent blockbusters in General Motors, LLC v. Buchanan and Taylor v. Devereux Foundation, Inc. It also included a significant products liability case, Domingue v. Ford Motor Co.; two cases exploring the significance of non-disclosure in fraud cases; and several cases clarifying the scope of earlier precedents. Buchanan, Taylor, and Domingue all included amicus briefs—a lot of amicus briefs—a sure signal of the significance of the cases. In short, it was a consequential term.

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