About Us


The firm’s practice involves representing individuals, as well as corporations and other business entities, in civil litigation, trials, settlement negotiation, and alternative dispute resolution.  Mr. Broadfoot’s litigation and trial experience includes representing plaintiffs and defendants in cases arising out of the following matters or causes of action:

Business and Commercial litigation

  • contract disputes
  • uniform commercial code disputes
  • interference with contractual relations
  • breach of non-competition and non-solicitation agreements
  • business misappropriation and fraud
  • transfer of property with intent to delay or defraud creditors
  • violation of banking laws and regulations
  • lender liability claims
  • breach of fiduciary duty: directors, partners & managers

Real estate litigation

  • defense of bank collection suits on commercial notes
  • damage to property and economic loss caused by construction activities
  • foreclosure and confirmation litigation
  • representation of title insurers and others in title disputes involving:
    title examination problems
    quieting title
    location, nature and scope of easements
    failure of title
    conflicting legal descriptions
    adverse possession
  • priority disputes between secured lenders
  • land use conflicts
  • condemnation/eminent domain valuation disputes
  • commercial lease disputes

Civil litigation and trials

  • insurance and tort claims
    economic loss, personal injury and property damage
    insurance coverage litigation
  • estate and trust litigation
    breach of fiduciary duty
    estate settlement and administration disputes
    trust disputes
    will contests


Mr. Broadfoot graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1990, and was awarded an appointment that year to a federal judicial clerkship with the Honorable Elbert Bertram Haltom, Jr., United States District Judge.  Upon completion of his clerkship tenure, Mr. Broadfoot obtained his LL.M. degree from Boston University School of Law and began the practice of law in Georgia in 1992.  He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, and is admitted to practice before several United States District Courts, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court.  Mr. Broadfoot has litigated and argued cases before many trial and appellate courts.

Prior to beginning this practice in 2004, Mr. Broadfoot litigated liability defense and commercial matters with the Atlanta law firms of Drew, Eckl & Farnham and Casey Gilson Leibel P.C.