- Cumberland School of Law of Samford University
- University of Montana School of Law
- B.A., University of Tennessee, with Honors
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
With a keen understanding of virtually every type of issue that arises in the representation of secured creditors and banks, Brian has served a wide range of regional, national and international clients in the financial services industries including major financial and lending institutions, banks and bank holding companies in managing both the risk of litigation and the litigation of matters related to notes and guaranties, negotiated loan workouts, personal and real property foreclosures, confirmations and receiverships, defense of lender liability claims, fraudulent conveyances and judgment enforcement activities.
Brian’s practice also involves a wide range of legal issues involving construction disputes, real estate and title insurance disputes, business torts and corporate collections, franchise disputes, contracts, personal injury, premises liability and arbitration. He also focuses on advising and counseling clients in the construction industry and assisting clients in drafting and negotiating design and construction contracts and seeking practical, cost effective solutions to disputes and claims together with a number of clients in the staffing and technology industries. He is a regular lecturer for the financial services industry on lender liability and judgment enforcement.
Brian also represents companies in lawsuits and agency proceedings involving all aspects of employment law, including litigating non-competition, non-solicitation and trade secret disputes, drafting non-competition agreements, and assisting clients with proactive measures to protect their trade secrets and proprietary business information.He also has appeared in state and federal courts and before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and has extensive experience handling employment tort and contract claims, whistleblower claims, employment discrimination and sexual harassment litigation, employee benefits litigation, wage and hour issues (including collective action litigation), and retaliation claims.
- U.S. Attorney’s Office, honors intern
- Honorable Jackson Davidson, law clerk