Marc Hershovitz is licensed to practice law in the State of Georgia.
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Marc Hershovitz represents clients in court, both at trial and on appeal, where he has had considerable success, including serving as lead counsel of the team of lawyers that obtained the largest trial verdict in Georgia history — $459 million.
Carrie Laughlin is the firm’s paralegal and office manager. While she formally joined the firm in 2004, Carrie has worked with Marc since 1996. Carrie helps draft contracts and litigation documents, assists with case investigations and analysis ...
Marc is a creative thinker and is someone who will then go do the homework and dig through the law. That’s a pretty good combination.