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BRIAN E. DAUGHDRILL is an partner with Giacoma Roberts & Daughdrill LLC. He has an extensive background in real estate and development with nearly twenty five years’ experience, first as a real estate broker and developer and now as a real estate attorney. Mr. Daughdrill's law practice concentrates on real estate and construction law issues connected with the development industry. He is admitted to the Georgia Supreme Court, the Georgia Court of Appeals and the 11th Circuit and Northern District of Georgia. Mr. Daughdrill earned his undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, from Valdosta State University and his J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University.
PAUL B. FRICKEY is an attorney with the law firm of Jarrard & Davis, LLP, where he chairs the firm’s zoning practice group. He focuses his practice on the representation of government entities in land use and zoning matters. Mr. Frickey has represented numerous cities and counties from the North, Metro, Central, West, and Eastern regions of the state of Georgia. Mr. Frickey speaks regularly at continuing legal education seminars on topics including zoning, road and access law, and sign ordinances. He earned his B.A. degree from the University of California, Berkeley; his M.B.A. degree from Northeastern University, where he finished first in his class; and his J.D. degree from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Mr. Frickey is a member of the State Bar of Georgia (member, Real Estate Section).
KENNETH L. LEVY is a partner in the Decatur, Georgia law firm of Zachary & Segraves, P.A. Mr. Levy practices in real estate litigation and, in particular, eminent domain and landlord/tenant. He is a special assistant attorney general of the state of Georgia and has represented the Georgia Department of Transportation, the Georgia Department of Corrections, the Georgia Ports Authority, the Georgia World Congress Center, the Board of Regents for the University System of Georgia, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, the City of Avondale Estates, and numerous private individuals and entities. Mr. Levy has appeared as a guest lecturer before the Georgia Real Estate Investors Association, continuing legal education seminars, and as a guest on CNN's Letter of the Law show, as well as a guest on The Business Channel. Mr. Levy has lectured on Georgia landlord/tenant issues. He earned his B.A. degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Cincinnati and is a graduate of the American University Washington College of Law. While attending American University, he was chairman of the law school's Moot Court Board. In 1979, Mr. Levy was appointed assistant attorney general of the state of Ohio and served in both the Anti-trust and Transportation sections. He also represented the Ohio Arts Council.
DANA K. MAINE is a founding member of the firm Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP, where she heads the firms lawyer's and miscellaneous professional liability practice groups. Ms. Maine has defended corporations and local governments in trial and appellate matters involving land use and zoning, law enforcement, civil rights, and tort litigation. She is admitted to practice before the State Bar of Georgia, and before the U.S. District Court in all Georgia districts. Ms. Maine earned her B.A. degree from Agnes Scott College and her J.D. degree from Emory University School of Law. She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the Federal Bar Association. Ms. Maine also is a former chair of the Governmental Law Committee for the Defense Research Institute and is recognized as a leading national authority on land use and zoning, law enforcement, and civil rights litigation. She has tried all types of local government lawsuits and has argued a number of significant Section 1983 and constitutional appellate matters before the Georgia Supreme Court and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
ADAM D. NUGENT is an attorney and counsel with Bloom Sugarman, LLP. Mr. Nugent helps clients with contract disputes, partnership disputes, business torts and trade secrets, employment litigation, intellectual property litigation, and construction litigation. He has both trial and appellate experience at state as well as federal levels. Mr. Nugent earned his B.A. degree from Rice University and his J.D. degree from the University of Texas. While in school, he served as an intern for the Honorable Marcia A. Crone of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. Mr. Nugent also had the opportunity to clerk for the Honorable Hayden Head, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas after graduation. He is licensed to practice in Georgia and is a member of the Atlanta Bar Association.
ALICE F. WAKEFIELD has led a diverse career in planing with a wide range of experiences. Ms. Wakefield has more than 40 years of experience in current planning, long-range planning, land development, economic development, transportation planning and historic preservation. Since 2009, she has worked as the community development director for the city of Roswell, where she oversees planning and zoning, engineering and land development, permitting, code enforcement, and GIS. Ms. Wakefield has previously worked in similar positions at the city of Milton, city of Atlanta, and Fulton County. In addition to work in the state of Georgia, she has worked in Texas, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and her home state of Kentucky. She holds a master’s degree in Regional and Urban Planning from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky and a bachelor degree in history and political science from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee. Ms. Wakefield is also a member of the Congress for New Urbanism, the American Planning Association and Georgia Planning Association.
MATTHEW M. WEISS practices in the Atlanta office of Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP. Mr. Weiss focuses his practice on the defense of local governments as well as commercial litigation. His experience with public policy and governmental litigation includes zoning appeals and other land use matters, government contracts, bid protests, election contests, state attorney general proceedings, and other litigation involving government agencies. Mr. Weiss has previously represented multiple vendors in bid protests at various levels of administrative and judicial proceedings. He has counseled businesses on ethics, compliance, and procurement issues with the City of Atlanta and on pending legislation in the Georgia General Assembly. Mr. Weiss also has experience with internal investigations on federal regulatory compliance issues. He has significant experience with commercial litigation, including the defense of fiduciaries and trustees as well as creditors’ rights and insolvency-related litigation. Mr. Weiss has represented debtors and creditors in foreclosure confirmation proceedings, suits on notes and guarantees, and equitable receivership proceedings in state and federal court. He also has experience representing secured and unsecured creditors and other parties-in-interest in Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings. Mr. Weiss served as a law clerk for The Honorable Marvin H. Shoob, United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta Division. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, where he served as the Executive Notes Editor of the Georgia Law Review.