Georgia, Florida, District of Columbia,
United States Patent and Trademark Office
J.D. Degree; Georgia State University College of Law.I.E. Degree; Georgia Institute of Technology 1994
Wayne S. Tartline is a partner at the firm. He has been a litigator in the Atlanta area since 1999, litigating hundreds of highly contested cases. Mr. Tartline has expansive litigation experience encompassing matters in all of Georgia's courts, in Federal Courts and in the State of Florida. Mr. Tartline's practice is currently devoted to complex litigation and intellectual property counseling, including trade secrets misappropriation and trademark infringement, insurance defense relating to serious injury claims, product liability claims, multifarious subrogation matters, premises liability, motor vehicle collisions, and commercial development/construction/erosion litigation.
Mr. Tartline received a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering Degree (B.I.E.) from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1994. In 1999, he received his Juris Doctor degree from Georgia State University College of Law.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mr. Tartline is a founding member of the Georgia Innocence Project. He is also a member of the Georgia State Bar Intellectual Property Section, Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Cobb County, Georgia Bar Association and the Georgia Innocence Project.
The following is a sample of Mr. Tartline's reported appellate cases: Thompson v. Oursler, 318 Ga.App. 377, 733 S.E. 2d. 359 (2012), Harris v. Albany Lime & Cement Co., 291 Ga.App. 474, 662 S.E.2d 160 (2008), Wallace v. Bock, 279 Ga. 744, 620 S.E.2d 820 (2005), Landau v. Davis Law Group, P.C., 269 Ga.App. 904, 605 S.E.2d 461 (2004), Thompson v. State, 261 Ga.App. 828, 584 S.E.2d 7 (2003); Studenic v. Birk, A02A1844, 260 Ga.App. 364, 579 S.E.2d 788 (2003), Imerman v. London, 255 Ga. App. 140, 564 S.E.2d 544 (2002) and Rodriguez v. Nunez, 252 Ga.App. 57, 555 S.E.2d 514 (2001)
Intellectual Property Section-State Bar of Georgia, Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Cobb County, Georgia Bar Association; Georgia Innocence Project