We don’t tell you what you want to hear; we tell you what you need to hear and find creative solutions where others don’t.
Our litigation team is among the very best in Georgia – a fact acknowledged not only by our peers but national and international organizations.
Our real estate attorneys are experienced deal-makers that produce top quality legal work.
Partnering with our team of experts means that we will do what it takes to ensure that your project is a success.
We are entrepreneurs ourselves so we have first-hand experience in maximizing limited resources.
Our attorneys will not compromise your goals and objectives – we are creative problem solvers that know what works and what doesn’t.
We’d like to navigate the future of technology with you.
Our insight, talent, and real-world experience allow us to apply unique legal perspective to your innovations in information technology, software, and e-commerce.
With first-hand experience in the classroom, we understand the context surrounding education issues at the local, state, and federal level.
Education matters affect us all, which is why our team remains active in the education community. We are dedicated and passionate.
We support your courage for exposing corruption within your company.
Our attorneys will work relentlessly to maximize your reward and protect you against retaliation.
Allegations of fraud threaten everything that you’ve worked so hard to build.
Our team of trial lawyers offers the skill, experience, responsiveness, and personal attention necessary to safeguard you.
Law Firm Structuring and Dissolutions
We represent lawyers. We understand the business and ethical issues that are peculiar to lawyers and law firms. On top of normal business and corporate compliance, law firms must comply with the Rules of Professional Conduct and numerous ethics opinions. We can help.
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