Attorneys: Michael G. Frick
An Atlanta, Georgia, native, Mr. Frick attended the Naval Academy and served five years active duty in the US navy as officer in Vietnam. After leaving the navy, Mr. Frick entered Emory University School of Law, graduating in 1977. In his over 25 years of practice, Mr. Frick has served as a partner at notable firms in the Southeast, joining Hall Booth Smith in 1997, focusing his practice in theareas of Professional Negligence/Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, and Products Liability. He is the married father of four children.
Mr. Frick has first-chaired the defense of over 60 personal injury cases, ranging from premises liability - slip and fall, battery, false arrest, malicious prosecution - to automobile liability.
BS in Engineering, United States Naval Academy Emory University School of Law, Doctor of Law Degree, 1977 Honors: International Law Moot Court Team Finalist, Law Day Moot Court Competition
Georgia Court of Appeals and Supreme Court, 1977
Northern, Middle and Southern Federal District Courts in Georgia
United States Supreme Court, 2003
Successfully argued before the United States Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. on October 15, 2003. Favorable decision rendered on December 15, 2003, involving Federal Habeas Corpus issue under Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act. International Law Moot Court Team Finalist Law Day Moot Court Competition
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