Consumer Rights & Construction Litigation Attorney Over the course of my 17+ year... more
Consumer Rights & Construction Litigation Attorney Over the course of my 17+ year legal career, I have acted as legal counsel in hundreds of cases and disputes or various types, ranging from simple breach of contract actions in Small Claims (Magistrate) Court, to multi-party actions in Superior Court to complex Class Actions in Federal Court. Currently (as of 2013) my practice is primari... view profile
I am a member of Skaar & Feagle, LLP. I have an AV Peer rating on Martindale.com for... more
I am a member of Skaar & Feagle, LLP. I have an AV Peer rating on Martindale.com for consumer law and a 10.0 rating on AVVO. My partner and I have over 50 years of combined experiance, the great majority of which has been in consumer rights litigation. We represent both consumers who have been sued in the various state courts of Georgia for debts as well as bringing affirmative claims in bot... view profile
I am licensed to practice law in Georgia and Florida. I graduated from the... more
I am licensed to practice law in Georgia and Florida. I graduated from the University of Georgia in 1999 and received my law degree from the Georgia State University College of Law in 2002. While in law school I clerked for the real estate firm Calloway Calloway, P.C. I also interned with the U.S. Trustees Office and served as a graduate research assistant for Professor Julian Juergensmeyer, c... view profile
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