Tiffany Winks is an associate in the Atlanta office. She graduated, cum laude, and received her J.D. from the Charleston School of Law. During law school, Ms. Winks worked as a LexisNexis Associate and is LexisNexis Professional Research and Advance Research certified. In addition, she was a published member of Federal Courts Law Review and a member of Alternative Dispute Resolution Journal.
She attended Clemson University, where she graduated, cum laude, with a B.S. in Marketing. After graduating, Ms. Winks spent a year in AmeriCorps, working with Sea Island Habitat for Humanity.
Ms. Winks has successfully handled many general liability claims. She has litigation experience involving premise liability and slip and fall cases in apartment complexes and retail stores, products liability claims, and foreclosure actions. In addition, Ms. Winks has experience with premise liability lawsuits, as well as discrimination claims, associated with ADA compliance (Americans With Disabilities Act), including property regulation compliance and defense of related litigation on behalf of property owners.
B.S., Marketing, Clemson University, Cum Laude
J.D., Charleston School of Law, Cum Laude
Georgia (State and Superior Courts)
Georgia Court of Appeals
Georgia Supreme Court
U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Georgia
Chair Elect of the Tort and Insurance Practice Section of the State Bar of Georgia
Board of Directors for the Insurance Professionals of Atlanta
Social Media: Impact on Liability Claims, Women’s Forum, July 2018
Drive-By Litigation for ADA Compliance, CPCU, September 2017
4th Circuit Rules Insurer Must Defend Insured Against Class Action Data Breach, HBS Data Privacy and Security, April 2016
Fourth Circuit To Decide If Commercial General Liability Policy Covers Internet Publication of Medical Records, HBS Data Privacy and Security, April 2016
Ethics - Use it or Lose it, Southern Loss Association, September 2015
Author of Federal Courts Law Review Article (Student Edition):
Pressing “Pause” on the State, The First Amendment and the Exposure of Violent Video Games to Minors, Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association, 5 Fed. Cts. L. Rev. 321, 2012
“Til Equity Do Us Part”: Equitable Distribution of Property in Marital and Non-Marital Relationships, (Co-Author of E-Publication with Amber Rogers and Lauren Spears)