Jamie Woodard


Jamie Woodard has substantial experience as lead counsel in Intellectual Property and technology litigation cases. He has gained invaluable experience as defense litigator prior to joining the Firm. Jamie’s practice includes the representation of diverse entities and individuals in a wide variety of civil litigation, including complex, multi-party litigation in federal and state courts throughout the United States. Jamie is also highly experienced in mediation, arbitration, UDRP (administrative resolution for domain name disputes), and all other types of ADR. Jamie has extensive experience assisting and counseling Clients in matters related to intellectual property (copyrights, trademarks, service marks, and litigation of patent matters), laws and regulations relating to the Internet, e-mail, and conducting business on the Internet, and personal jurisdiction in the Internet context, as well as business and general commercial litigation, professional negligence claims, insurance coverage and regulation, premises liability, defamation, First Amendment claims, and other civil rights matters.

J.D.,  Magna cum laude, Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University
B.A. in Liberal Arts, Summa Cum Laude, Mercer University

Bar Admissions:

Atlanta Bar Association
Georgia Bar Association
Stonewall Bar
Federal Bar Association

Representative Cases and Matters

  • Delta Air Lines, Inc. v. John Wunder et al., Case No. 1:13-cv-03388;
  • Atlanta Allergy and Asthma Clinic, P.A. v. Allergy & Asthma of Atlanta, LLC, 685 F. Supp. 2d 1360 (N.D. Ga. 2010) (successful defense of physicians against lawsuit alleging unfair competition and service mark infringement);
  • AT&T Mobility, LLC v. C&C Global Enterprises, LLC, No. 1:06-CV-2723-TWT, 2007 WL 2001736 (July 3, 2007 N.D. Ga.) (successful defense of Internet marketing company in text message spam attack case filed by major telecommunications giant);
  • EarthLink, Inc. v. Andy Pope, et al., No. 1:03-CV-2559-JOF; 2007 WL 788427 (March 14, 2007 N.D. Ga.) (successful representation of national Internet Service Provider in anti-spam litigation);
  • Mankovitch v. Thornton, 277 Ga. App. 221, 626 S.E.2d 189 (2006) (successful defense of law firm in conflict of interest malpractice action concerning firm’s representation of bankrupt corporation in lawsuit and subsequent employment as special counsel to bankruptcy trustee);
  • Moody v. City of Albany, 1:03-CV-75-WLS; 2006 WL 2263977 (Aug. 8, 2006 M.D. Ga.) (successful defense of city police against charges of racial discrimination and civil rights violations);
  • Cook v. Gwinnett County School District, 414 F.3d 1313 (11th Cir. 2005) (trial and appellate representation of School District in First Amendment civil rights case brought by bus driver);