A business client of Mr. Huffman’s recently said: “There is a true and real difference between attorneys, and beyond that distinction, you are the best of the best.” Some of Mr. Huffman’s other clients have described him as a “bulldog” while labeling his litigation resolve.
While being aggressive is a necessary quality for a litigator, Mr. Huffman is conscientious to always convey professionalism, courtesy and be mindful of an opportunity to settle. Even opposing counsel recently commented that “the quality of [his] work is excellent.”
Mr. Huffman resolves disputes. Sometimes those disputes need a bulldog: tenaciously pursuing every legal point and showing no mercy for the illegal actions of the opposing party. Other times, the opposing side is reasonable and an opportunity arises for peace to be reached. Regardless, Mr. Huffman’s decade-of-experience managing small businesses before attending Emory Law brings a unique perspective to the practice of law.
Mr. Huffman’s clients are primarily business owners, real estate professionals and creditors.
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