Andrew Beal has been representing individuals and businesses in civil and commercial... more
Andrew Beal has been representing individuals and businesses in civil and commercial litigation for more than 25 years. His background includes working in state and federal courts throughout the region. After beginning his legal career with one of the largest law firms in the nation, he then opened his own boutique law office where he could provide his clients with personal attention and service.
Colin K. Kelly is an associate in the firm's Products Liability and Litigation and... more
Colin K. Kelly is an associate in the firm's Products Liability and Litigation and Trial Practice Groups. He focuses his practice in the areas of products liability, toxic torts, and complex commercial litigation. Mr. Kelly has litigated complex matters for more than ten different Fortune 500 companies and has prepared more than 100 cases for trial over the past five years.
I am a litigator specializing in civil defense representation of businesses and... more
I am a litigator specializing in civil defense representation of businesses and individuals. I have successfully defended clients' interests in cases throughout Georgia, in state and federal courts, and on appeal before the Georgia Court of Appeals and the 11th Circuit.
Eric Coleman is a member of Winter Capriola Zenner LLP's litigation team, focusing... more
Eric Coleman is a member of Winter Capriola Zenner LLP's litigation team, focusing his practice on all aspects of litigation in both Georgia and Federal Courts. His areas of concentration include commercial litigation, developer-turnover and construction litigation, business disputes, contracts, and community-association litigation. Eric also has experience representing personal-injury clients.... view profile
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