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John Seay, Stacy Ehrisman, Ryan Locke, & Emily Rowell (Host)

John Seay, Stacy Ehrisman, Ryan Locke, & Emily Rowell (Host)



JohnJohn Seay w/ The Seay Firm

John Seay is an entertainment, intellectual property, and business lawyer, and the founder and principal of The Seay Firm LLC, a law firm based in Atlanta, Georgia, at the Goat Farm Arts Center. As an artist himself, John has over a decade of experience as a musician, tour manager, and writer. John is also Of Counsel in the entertainment and media practice group in the Nashville, Tennessee, office of Loeb & Loeb, one the largest and most comprehensive entertainment and media practice groups in the world.

Before founding The Seay Firm LLC, John worked for Turner Broadcasting and drafted and negotiated licensing agreements during his tenures in the legal departments of a Fortune 15 healthcare technology company and the University of Georgia Research Foundation. John is on the Board of Directors of #weloveatl and is a member of The Recording Academy. He is rated as a “Superb” Top Attorney – with a rating of 10.0 – in the field of Entertainment Law by Avvo and currently serves as a volunteer attorney at Georgia Lawyers for the Arts.

John has been quoted in matters relating to entertainment law on or in, CBS Radio, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, WSB-TV Channel 2, the Daily Report, the 2016 Songwriter’s Market, and Flagpole Magazine, among others, and has served as a panelist at numerous conferences, including the 2014 ICLE Entertainment Law Institute, the Future Music Attorneys, and the 2013 Protect Athens Music Conference in Athens, GA, about which he was also interviewed in Flagpole Magazine. John has written about his pro bono work in the Fulton County Daily Report. John is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, where he served as Executive Articles Editor of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and President of The Sports & Entertainment Law Society. John, his wife Jennifer, and their daughter Edie, live in Decatur, GA. Follow John on Twitter: @TheSeayFirmLLC.

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StacyStacy Ehrisman-Mickle w/ The Ehrisman Law Firm, P.C. 

Attorney Stacy M. Ehrisman-Mickle was born and raised in the state of Iowa.  She graduated from English Valleys High School, a small, rural school with a class of approximately 30 people.  Stacy went on to attend the University of Iowa where she received her B.A. and graduated with highest distinction in December of 2005.   She studied Political Science, International Studies and Japanese Language and Literature.  Stacy immediately went to law school at the University of Iowa College of Law.  She wrote for the international law journal, Transnational Problems and Contemporary Issues, as well as competed in moot court.  During law school, Stacy completed an internship with a law firm in Madrid, Spain.  She later worked as an assistant county attorney in the Henry County Attorney’s Office.  Upon graduation, Stacy received the Boyd Service Award for her dedication to community service throughout law school.

After graduation in 2008, Stacy pursued her career in immigration law.  She began working for an immigration firm in Marietta, Georgia. She was soon transferred to Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee to practice litigation-based immigration law.  In 2010, Stacy found herself in New York City practicing all areas of removal defense and family-based immigration law.  In 2013, she decided to open her own firm in Gwinnett County, Georgia.

Stacy finds gratification in her practice as an immigration attorney.  “I truly believe that I am fulfilling my unique purpose in life through my service to the immigrant community,” she explains.

Stacy speaks Spanish.

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RyanRyan Locke w/ Locke Law Firm, LLC.

I’m a trial lawyer. I went to law school–and started my own firm–because I love thinking strategically about tough problems, writing elegantly and effectively, and standing up in front of people to argue my case. I’ve spend hundreds of hours in the courtroom and thousands of hours outside representing my clients to the best outcomes possible. The results speak for themselves.

I also represent immigrants. Right after law school, I lived in Mexico and represented refugees and asylum-seekers with the South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project. Today, I mostly represent immigrants getting married to citizens or spouses seeking work authorization.

I live in East Atlanta with my wife, two small children, and one medium-sized dog. I cook a lot, brew beer, and blast Spotify at the office. Our official drink is Diet Dr. Pepper and our official brewery this summer is Creature Comforts from Athens, Georgia.

If you need a lawyer, give me a call.

Notable Accomplishments


I am an adjunct professor at Emory University School of Law for the Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques, seven days of intensive workshops on trial techniques for all second-year students.

I was selected for The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 and Top 40 under 40. Membership is by invitation only. I am also AV Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell and rated 10/10 by Avvo–the highest ratings for both organizations.

After law school, I worked for the Public Defender for the Atlanta Judicial Circuit, the largest (and best!) office in Georgia. I spent most of my time in the juvenile court and I’m a member of the State Bar’s Juvenile Law Committee. The Georgia Public Defender Standards Council continues to appoint me to represent children in this court.

I was selected by the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers to attend the 13th Bill Daniel Trial Advocacy Program in Athens, Georgia.

I am widely involved in the legal community, holding membership in the Atlanta Bar Association, the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Federal Bar Association, and the Georgia Trial Lawyer’s Association.

I am admitted in all state trial and appellate courts in Georgia; for the federal courts, I am admitted in the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.


I perform a significant amount of pro bono work. I have performed free work for people harassed by junk debt collectors, tenants wrongfully evicted from their homes, the International Community School, Occupy protesters arrested during peaceful protests, and federal prisoners seeking clemency from unreasonable drug sentences with Clemency Project 2014. I also work closely with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation and the Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta.

I hold the record for the largest verdict obtained for the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation.

I coach Southwest DeKalb High School‘s mock trial team.

I am a board member at Oakhurst Presbyterian Church and the East Atlanta Charter School.

I am an Eagle Scout from Troop 993 in Severna Park, Maryland. I was even a camp counselor in the summer and can start a fire with a battery and steel wool (but my morse code and flag semaphore are pretty rusty).


I graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law, where I competed with our mock trial team and coached a team my third year. I was a pupil in the Joseph Henry Lumpkin Inn of Court.

I also was an editor for the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and published my student note about the constitutionality of laches barring a copyright infringement claim within the statute of limitations in the Buffalo Intellectual Property Law Journal in 2009. The Supreme Court of the United States agreed with me when they decided this issue in Petrella v. MGM, 572 U.S. ___ (2014).

At graduation, I was one of ten students inducted into The Order of Barristers, a national honor society for oral advocacy. I also was awarded the class award for “Outstanding Achievement in Socratic method–Member of the class whose performance in Socratic dialogue entertained us the most.” The first award is more prestigious than the second.

During law school I worked in a variety of clinics and internships. The highlights include working in UGA’s Special Education Clinic and Family Violence Clinic, and interning with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas and the South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project.

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Criminal Defense & More


T Roberts, T Holder, E Stone, M Pociask, E Rowell (Host)

T Roberts, T Holder, E Stone, M Pociask, E Rowell (Host)



tiffanyTiffany W. Roberts, Attorney at Law

Tiffany Williams Roberts is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. She obtained a B.A. from Emory University in 2003. In 2008, Tiffany obtained her J.D. from Georgia State University College of Law, graduating with pro bono distinction and several other honors.  While at Georgia State, Tiffany studied in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, Panama City, Panama and Durban, South Africa.

As a staff attorney at the Office of the Public Defender, Atlanta Judicial Circuit, Tiffany represented hundreds of clients facing felony charges in the Superior Court of Fulton County.  While in public defense, she committed herself to providing the very best representation to her clients, despite limited resources and time. Through the nationally acclaimed Gideon’s Promise (formerly Southern Public Defender Training Center), Tiffany continued her legal education.  Tiffany also serves as Deputy Director of the National Institute for Teaching Ethics and Professionalism, housed at the Georgia State University College of Law.

In addition to her legal career, Tiffany dedicates numerous hours to the community organizing around issues of police accountability, public safety and civil rights. She is a volunteer and leader of Ishmael’s Promise, a youth pretrial diversion program launched by the Board of Deacons at Ebenezer Baptist Church.

Tiffany’s solo practice, specializes in criminal defense and civil rights issues. Her commitment is one to professionalism and client-centered representation.

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TomTom Holder w/ Long & Holder, LLP. 

Tom Holder graduated from Case Western Reserve U. He also spent his Junior Year Abroad at Lancaster U. in England. He received his J.D. from Emory.
He has practiced with the firm of Long & Holder, LLP for the last 28 years, with a practice exclusively devoted to the representation of injured workers in workers’ compensation cases. He is AV rated, has been designated as a Georgia Super Lawyer every year since 2004 and was in the Top 100 for 2012, 2013 and 2015. He is a Fellow of The College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers. He is a member of the Board of Directors of WILG, the national claimants’ attorneys’ organization.
He is a Past Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the State Bar of Georgia, the Founding Chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Atlanta Bar Association, and a longtime member of the Executive Committee of WCCL, the Georgia claimant’s attorney organization. He is a frequent lecturer on workers’ compensation topics.

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ErinErin Stone w/ Bovis, Kyle, Burch, & Medlin, LLC

Erin is an experienced family law attorney and has handled cases in all areas including divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, division of property/debt and contempt. In 2012, Erin joined the family law practice at Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin, LLC as a partner. Erin began her private practice with Schulten Ward and Turner in 1996 with a general civil litigation practice that included some family law as well as business litigation, construction litigation, contract disputes, dissolution of partnerships and personal injury. As her practice grew, Erin decided to focus her practice exclusively on family law.

Erin is an experienced trial lawyer having participated as lead counsel in jury trials, bench trials and numerous hearings in many counties of metro Atlanta as well as in Savannah and Macon. Erin has also participated in cases in federal court in the Northern District of Georgia and Southern District of New York. Erin feels that in family law her courtroom experience is crucial because clients often need the assistance of the court in order to protect their safety and financial security. Erin is a trained mediator and is able to bring that training and insight to her own clients’ settlement negotiations and mediations. Erin also offers her clients a network of relationships with professionals such as accountants, financial advisors, security experts and private investigators.

Erin is an Atlanta native. She grew up in Sandy Springs, graduated from Riverwood High School and now lives in Dunwoody with her husband and two children.


  • State Bar of Georgia
  • American Bar Association
  • Atlanta Bar Association
  • DeKalb Bar Association
  • Georgia Association of Women Lawyers


  • Top 50 Women for Georgia Super Lawyers, 2013 and 2014
  • Georgia Super Lawyer, 2009-2014
  • Georgia Trend’s Legal Elite, 2013

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MatthewMatthew Pociask w/ Hiscox

In short, I’m currently a claims counsel for Hiscox. Since that leaves many asking a what?, for who?, I’ll explain further. Starting with “who,” Hiscox is a leading specialist insurer. Founded in England, where it’s a member of Lloyd’s of London, Hiscox’s history in America is short by comparison. However, in that short time, Hiscox has already pioneered direct liability insurance, so now American small business owners can shop online or call for their insurance needs, the same way individuals already shop online for auto or health insurance.

The direct business is important to me, because I’m a claims counsel on the start-ups and small business claim team. When one of our direct customers sends in a claim, they’ll be getting a call from us. Once I receive a claim, I examine it for coverage. For covered claims, I then work with the customer to help them resolve the problem at hand. That may include appointing defense counsel and making sure our customer’s interests are being protected, or negotiating a fair resolution directly with claimants.

Prior to coming in-house with Hiscox, I worked in private practice at Foltz Martin Knapp as a litigation associate. I also worked for a short time at the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in the Staff Attorney Office.

A double dawg, I graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law, and received my AB in History from the Franklin College of Arts & Science at Georgia. In between, I worked in non-profit fundraising, managing dozens of student callers who annually raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the UGA Annual Fund.

In my personal time, I spend time with my family, read old books, and try to write when I can.

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Morgan & Morgan and The Windecher Firm


Rob Hendrix, David Windecher, Angela Caruso, & Emily Rowell (Host)

Rob Hendrix, David Windecher, Angela Caruso, & Emily Rowell (Host)



RobRobert Hendrix, III w/ Morgan & Morgan

Robert L. Hendrix, III (Rob), is an accomplished trial lawyer who has recovered over $20,000,000.00 in benefits for his clients in over a decade of practice. Rob focuses his practice almost exclusively on representing injured employees in workers’ compensation cases. He has tried cases in nearly every corner of the State in front of nearly every Administrative Law Judge. Rob is currently heading the Columbus, Georgia office of Morgan & Morgan.

In addition to Rob’s trial accomplishments, he is also an experienced appellate advocate. He has handled numerous matters through the appellate process, including at the Georgia Court of Appeals and Georgia Supreme Court. Included in Rob’s appellate advocacy is the reported case of Dekalb Board of Education v. Singleton, 294 Ga. App. 96; 668 S.E. 2d 767 (2008), which was landmark in that the decision allowed for an injured employee to receive income benefits for a psychic injury only after the physical injury resolved.

Rob has been recognized many times for his skill as an attorney. For four straight years (2010-2013), he was named a Georgia Rising Star Super Lawyer, which is published by Atlanta Magazine in conjunction with Law & Politics Magazine. This is an honor recognizing the top 2.5% of attorneys in their practice area under the age of 40. In 2014, Rob was named a Georgia Super Lawyer recognizing the top 5% of all lawyers in their practice area. Rob is the youngest Georgia workers’ compensation lawyer to receive this honor. For three straight years (2012-2014), Rob has been named a Top 100 by The National Trial Lawyers. This is an invitation-only group composed of the top trial lawyers in the country. That organization has also named Rob a Top 40 Under 40 for three straight years (2012-2014). Rob has also been named a Top 40 Under 40 by the American Society of Legal Advocates for two straight years (2013-2014). Finally, Rob has been named one of the Best Attorneys in America by Rue Ratings. This honor is bestowed on less than 1% of attorneys in the country.

Rob takes his obligations to the law very seriously and is active in the legal community, serving in leadership positions at the local, state and national level. He serves as Vice Chair of the Workplace Injury section of the American Association of Justice (AAJ), and formerly served as Editor of the section’s newsletter. Additionally, Rob serves on the Paralegal Education Taskforce and the Convention Planning Committee for the AAJ. Further, Rob serves on the Executive Board as Treasurer of the Workers’ Compensation Claimant’s Lawyers (WCCL) arm of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA). Along with his Executive Board position, Rob also heads the Leadership Development committee and serves on the Fee Arbitration Committee. Locally, Rob is a Board Member at Large for the workers’ compensation section of the Atlanta Bar Association. He also serves on the Amicus Curiae committee of the Georgia Legal Foundation, which is dedicated to addressing specific appellate issues in the workers’ compensation community. Lastly, Rob is a member of the Workers’ Injury Law Group (WILG), American Bar Association and the State Bar of Georgia.

Rob is a frequent lecturer on the local, state and national level. He has given presentations at every major legal conference involving Georgia workers’ compensation law, including: the annual ICLE seminar in St. Simon’s Island, GTLA annual convention, State Bar of Georgia, State Board of Workers’ Compensation annual seminar, the WCCL annual educational seminar (For Your Eyes Only), Atlanta Bar Association, Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, and Travelers Employer School. In 2013, Rob spoke twice at the AAJ National Convention in San Francisco. Rob has lectured on topics such as turning around the tough case, affirmative defenses, taking depositions, civil discovery in workers’ compensation cases, common mistakes made by employers, independent medical evaluations, developing medical evidence, and case intake. In addition to lecturing, Rob has also authored journal articles for the State Bar of Georgia newsletter (workers’ compensation section) and the AAJ’s Workplace Injury Group newsletter.

Personally, Rob enjoys spending time with his wife (Vicki) and his three children (Sammy, Harrison and Max). When not practicing law, he enjoys traveling to Las Vegas and following his beloved Georgia Bulldogs. Rob has also served as an assistant martial arts instructor in Choi Kwang Do, and is currently working toward a black belt in Hap Ki Do under 6th degree Master Kathy Tusa.

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DavidDavid Lee Windecher w/ The Windecher Firm

David Lee Windecher was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2012 and the Florida Bar in 2014. David is a member of the Georgia and Florida Court of Appeals, the Georgia and Florida Supreme Court, the Northern District of Georgia United States District Court and the American Bar Association.

Windecher, the son of Argentine immigrants, spent his formative years residing in two of the most dangerous cities in the United States – El Monte, California and Miami, Florida. Despite being born into desperate circumstances surrounded by tough gangs and limited opportunity, David relentlessly fought to change his fate.

Beating the odds, David was accepted into law school.  During law school David interned with the Dekalb County District Attorney’s Office, where he prosecuted misdemeanor and felony cases under the Third-Year Practice Act from May 2011 thru May 2012. In addition, David was elected President of the John Marshall Law School Sports and Entertainment Law Society in 2010 and voted Peer Mentor of the year in 2011. Prior to attending law school, David was employed by the Miami Dolphins as a Public Relations Coordinator. In 2005, David graduated at the top of his class with the summa cum laude distinction from the American Intercontinental University in South Florida. David is also fluent in Spanish.

Today, Windecher practices criminal defense at his own Atlanta-based firm, The Windecher Firm and is the Founder of RED, Inc., a non-profit organization sponsoring GED programs for young juveniles facing non-violent criminal charges and capable of rehabilitation through an education.

He wrote an autobiography – The AmerIcan Dream | HisStory In The Making – to portray the difficulty of obtaining the American dream as an impoverished minority.

Windecher’s faith in God and love for his family were the catalysts for turning his life around.



  • John Marshall Law School, Atlanta, GA, Juris Doctor, 2012
  • American Intercontinental University, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Bachelor of Arts, 2005


  • American Bar Association


  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration DUI Detection & Standardized Field Sobriety Testing, 2013-Present
  • General Mediator, State of Georgia


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Workers’ Compensation Law & More

E Rowell, M Moebes, D Scott, N Hartman, E McBurney, & M Friedman

E Rowell, M Moebes, D Scott, N Hartman, E McBurney, & M Friedman



MichaelFriedmanMichael Friedman w/ Law Office of Michael H. Friedman, LLC.

A licensed attorney since 1992, Michael H. Friedman has been practicing exclusively in the area of Workers’ Compensation law since 1993. Mr. Friedman has devoted the first 20 years of his practice representing employers and insurance companies, and began representing the injured workers of Georgia in 2011. His past experience representing insurance companies gives him a unique perspective and successful approach to representing injured employees, and sets him apart as an advocate for Georgia workers. Michael Friedman practices all over Georgia and is experienced in handling all types of cases and injuries.

Attorney Michael H Friedman has tried over 100 cases before the administrative law judges at the State Board of Workers Compensation, and has handled appeals to the Appellate Division, the superior courts, and the Georgia State Court of Appeals.

Areas of Practice

  • 100% Workers Compensation

Litigation Percentage

  • 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia, 1992
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia, 1993
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit, 1993


  • Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta, Georgia
    • J.D. – 1992
  • Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia
    • B.S. – 1988

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • State Bar of Georgia, Member, 1992 – Present
  • State Bar of Georgia, Workers’ Compensation Section, Member, 1993 – Present

Pro Bono Activities

  • Georgia High School Mock Trial, 1992 – Present

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EmilyMcBurneyEmily McBurney w/ Kegel McBurney, LLC.

For more than a decade, Emily’s law practice has been primarily devoted to Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (“QDROs”) and other retirement benefit matters.  Prior to forming Kegel McBurney LLC in 2012, Emily was a shareholder at the Atlanta law firm of Davis, Matthews, & Quigley, P.C.

Emily is a recognized expert in the field of QDROs, and provides QDRO preparation and consultation services for clients across the country.  She is a popular speaker, and is frequently invited to lecture on this subject by legal and professional organizations nationwide. Emily has published numerous articles and contributed to various publications about QDROs.  She also writes a QDRO blog for the Huffington Post (

Emily is a member of both the Family Law and Employee Benefits Sections of the State Bar of Georgia and the Family Law section of the Atlanta Bar Association.  She is a member of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers, Women In Pensions, and a Barrister in the Charles Longstreet Weltner Family Law Inn of Court.  Emily served as the Staff Attorney to the Honorable Cynthia D. Wright during the inaugural term of the Family Division of the Fulton County Superior Court in 1998.  Emily also served as a Staff Attorney for the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit.

Emily graduated, magna cum laude, from Brown University with a B.A. in 1990 and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.  She received her law degree, cum laude, from Harvard Law School in 1995. Emily was raised in New Rochelle, New York.

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NathanHartmanNathan A. Hartman w/ Hartman Private Law, LLC.

Nathan Hartman, a resident of the Atlanta community for 16 years, is the principal of Hartman Private Law. Mr. Hartman attended Emory University College, Candler School of Theology, and the Emory School of Law. His professional life has been complimented by service as an Elder of Emory Presbyterian Church, founder of the law school’s E.A.G.L.E. orientation program, and as owner of Alexander Antiques. He very much enjoys the opportunity of sharing what he has learned through his deep commitment to the law and to the community. He invites you to contact him if you or someone you love does not yet have a Will or needs any of the services of a Trusts and Estates attorney.

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DebraScottDebra Donaldson Scott w/ Vining Financial Services, Inc.

Debra Donaldson Scott is an independent financial planner working at Vining Financial Services, Inc., a full service financial planning firm offering securities through Triad Advisors, Inc., and clearing services through National Financial Services. Debra is a native of Georgia who grew up on a working family farm, earned her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Georgia, a Paralegal Certification from the National Center of Paralegal Training, and completed the Certified Financial Planning Program from the University of Georgia. Her informal education through personal life experiences has been as valuable as her formal education to assist in understanding her clients’ concerns and struggles financially. She worked in the metropolitan Atlanta area as a corporate and litigation paralegal for 17 years then obtained her insurance and securities licenses while working for an insurance company in 2000. Debra worked for Wachovia Bank as an officer and financial specialist until 2007 and currently has clients ranging from young professionals to the elderly, small business owners and families. Due to her background with corporate clients and litigation, Debra’s specialties are small business planning and structured settlements. However, she has a soft spot for working with women who find themselves solely responsible for the finances of their businesses or families due to circumstances they did not anticipate such as divorce. Debra enjoys teaching clients the fundamentals of planning for immediate, short term and long term financial goals and covers cash flow analysis, risk management, and investment planning including preparing for retirement, college and windfalls such as awards from lawsuits and inheritances.

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MichaelMoebesMichael Moebes w/ Moebes Law, LLC.

Michael Moebes began his professional career as a client representative with IBM before resigning to attend law school at Georgia State University in Atlanta. He spent three years representing employers and insurers at the insurance defense law firm of Drew, Eckl & Farnham in midtown Atlanta before joining the legal team at Liberty Mutual Insurance Company for two years. These five years taught him how insurers evaluate injury claims in terms of validity and financial exposure in addition to teaching him about the nuances of practicing injury law throughout the great state of Georgia.

In 2009, Mr. Moebes started Moebes Law, LLC and has passionately represented the injured ever since. In fact, he has recovered millions of dollars and won the right to countless medical procedures in the course of his representation of injured workers and veterans since starting his firm. He is active in the National Organization for Veterans’ Advocates, the Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group, and numerous local and national bar organizations.

Mr. Moebes has been named a “Rising Star” by the Georgia “Super Lawyers” organization, an honor given to 2.5% of attorneys in their practice field as voted upon by their peers. He has also been named among the “Legal Elite” by GeorgiaTrend magazine. He has lectured at the Georgia Trial Lawyers annual convention, the “Fundamentals of Law Practice” course at Georgia State University College of Law, and the “National Return to Work Week” radio show.

When not practicing law, Lieutenant Colonel Moebes serves as a Medical Service Corps officer with the U.S. Air Force Reserves. He has deployed three times in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom: twice to Balad Air Base, Iraq and once to Andrews AFB, Maryland. In the course of his decorated military service, he has facilitated the aeromedical evacuation of thousands of wounded warriors, and he participated in the Jessica Lynch rescue mission in 2003.

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Child Custody


Rich Casanova (Host), Amy Kaye, Allison Hill, & David Garfinkel



DavidDavid Garfinkel, w/ Levine Smith Snider & Wilson

I have joined Levine Smith Snider & Wilson as an of counsel attorney. I have over 30 years of family law experience, having specialized in complex divorce litigation, paternity, prenuptial and post nuptial agreements, high asset property division, custody, alimony, visitation, and child support issues. I relocated to Atlanta after living in Jacksonville, Florida for 26 years.

I am recognized as a Best Lawyer in America, a top 100 Florida Family Law Attorney, Martindale Hubbel AV rated preeminent lawyer, by Legal Elite, and by Super Lawyers. I am Board Certified by the Florida Bar as an expert in Marital and Family Law. I am a leader both in the legal profession and in the community, and have served as a director and chairman on multiple boards. I have served on the Executive Council of the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar. While serving as co-chairman of the Florida Family Law Equitable Distribution Committee, I co-drafted a proposed statute to submit to the State Legislature. I lecture frequently to attorneys and law students on various marital and family law topics. I am admitted to the bars of Alabama, Florida, and Georgia.

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amyAmy L. Kaye, Partner at Ellis Funk

Amy joined Ellis Funk, as a shareholder in 2005 when her former firm, Leitz, Fink & Kaye, LLC, combined with Ellis, Funk, Goldberg, Labovitz & Dokson, P.C. Amy has practiced law for 25 years. She began her law career in the area of Business and Corporate law, and has focused exclusively on Family Law matters for the last 18 years. Amy handles Family Law cases throughout the metropolitan Atlanta area.

Amy’s practice covers all areas of Family Law including divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, spousal support, equitable division of assets and liabilities, modification, marital agreements including prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, paternity actions, separation agreements, mediation and arbitration. Amy also serves as a Court appointed Guardian Ad Litem in custody matters, and has been a frequent speaker at family seminars. Amy is a member of the Charles L. Weltner Family Law Inn of Court, and has been named to Georgia “Super Lawyers” in the area of family law and named to the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Women Lawyers, and named by The American Lawyer as a Top Rated Lawyer in Family Law.

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allisonDr. Allison Hill w/ Peachtree Psychological Associates

Dr. Hill obtained her law degree from Villanova University in 2010 and her doctoral degree in Clinical Forensic Psychology from Drexel University in 2012.  Dr. Hill obtained her undergraduate degree from Duke University. Dr. Hill is a member of the Georgia Bar, the Georgia Psychological Association, and is a current board member to the American Psychological Association Society for Family Psychology.  Dr. Hill works in private practice and continues to supervise psychiatry residents and psychology students at Emory University School of Medicine.  Dr. Hill works with families in transition, couples in high conflict divorce, and conducts parental fitness and child custody evaluations.