Congratulations to our own Tom Andersen, Tom Tate, Jim Joedecke, Amy Bray, and Liz Clack-Freeman for making the 2013 SuperLawyers list for the State of Georgia. Matt Reeves and Trinity Hundredmark made the SuperLawyers “Rising Stars” list for 2013 as well.
Tom Andersen made the list of Georgia real estate lawyers for SuperLawyers for the seventh time. Tom is the head of our commercial real estate and banking group. His practice focus is on commercial real estate, finance, and banking.
Tom Tate made the list of Georgia SuperLawyers in business litigation. Tom is the head of our litigation department and has a focus in business, eminent domain, intellectual property and title insurance-related disputes. This is Tom’s fifth time being named to this prestigious list of Georgia lawyers.
Jim Joedecke made the list for business litigation SuperLawyers for the first time this year. His practice is focused in the areas of contract and business litigation, franchising litigation, condemnation and real estate litigation, bankruptcy, tax appeals and landlord/tenant disputes. Mr. Joedecke represents a variety of businesses and individuals in trial and appellate litigation around the country, as well as before local government boards and agencies, and in mediation and arbitration.
Amy H. Bray is making her first appearance on the Georgia real estate SuperLawyer list, after being named five times as a real estate “Rising Star”. She is a partner in our commercial real estate and banking group and focuses on community association law. Her practice includes representing all parties that may be involved in a community association, from developers, lenders, associations, to home owners and even the mediation of community association related cases.
Liz Clack-Freeman is making her first appearance on the SuperLaywer list of litigators. Ms. Clack-Freeman has a business and commercial litigation practice focused primarily in the areas of employment law, intellectual property and contract disputes in both federal court and state courts. Ms. Clack-Freeman’s employment practice includes not only litigation matters, but also includes preventative counseling and the drafting and reviewing of employment related documents including employee handbooks, employment agreements, severance agreements, restrictive covenant agreements, confidentiality agreements and other documents related to employment practice and procedure.
This year Matt Reeves and Trinity Hundredmark, both in our litigation department, made appearances on the SuperLawyer Rising Star list.
Matt Reeves has been named to the “Rising Stars” list for the first time. His practice covers a wide range of matters within the areas of real estate litigation, commercial and banking litigation, and probate litigation, including representing private property owners and business owners in eminent domain matters.
Trinity Hundredmark has been named to the list for the second time. She focuses her practice in criminal and family law matters. She counsels and advises clients on a variety of divorce and custody related issues. Ms. Hundredmark’s criminal practice includes both state and federal white-collar and general criminal defense. Ms. Hundredmark is also certified in DUI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing.