M. Khurram Baig is the founding Member of The Baig Firm. He has a decade of trial... more
M. Khurram Baig is the founding Member of The Baig Firm. He has a decade of trial experience in the State and Federal courts of Georgia. Mr. Baig has also made special appearances in litigations venued in California, Illinois, New York and Washington, D.C. He has vast and varied experiences in the area of Corporate, Commercial, Small Business, Real Estate and Employment Litigation. Additionally... view profile
I began work with noted DUI defense attorney William C. Bubba Head in 1994, when I... more
I began work with noted DUI defense attorney William C. Bubba Head in 1994, when I was in law school. I helped him write The Georgia DUI Trial Practice Manual. In 2013 I was named one of Georgia's Super Lawyers fir Criminal Defense and DUI.
Robert Carlson is a partner whose practice focuses on trust and estate litigation,... more
Robert Carlson is a partner whose practice focuses on trust and estate litigation, will contests, fiduciary litigation, and business disputes. Mr. Carlson received his undergraduate degree from Indiana University in 1991 and graduated from the University of Missouri School of Law in 1996 where he was a recipient of the James Lewis Parks and Stephen Kraft Memorial Scholarships. Mr. Carlson has b... view profile
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