Georgia Tech student sues Sen. Perdue after cell phone flap - 2018-10-22

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F203.png Georgia Tech student sues Sen. Perdue after cell phone flap October 22, 2018, Kate Sullivan, CNN

Washington (CNN) A Georgia Tech student filed a civil battery complaint against Georgia Republican Sen. David Perdue on Monday following an incident last week in which the senator was caught on video grabbing the student's phone.

The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Nathan Alan Knauf, a junior and computer science major at Georgia Tech, seeks a jury trial, damages, attorneys' fees and costs from Perdue.

Knauf is represented by the Atlanta-based law firm Dreyer Sterling , and his attorneys are the founding partners of the firm: David Dreyer, a Democratic state representative in Georgia, and Michael Sterling, a former Atlanta mayoral candidate and former assistant US attorney in the Northern District of Illinois.

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