Brian D. Stoltz

Atlanta

Office: 404.962.6111 | Fax: 404.962.6357

brian.stoltz@millermartin.com

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  • Overview
  • Education
  • Involvement
  • Overview

    Brian Stoltz is a litigator with a broad defense practice. He has experience with matters involving general commercial and business litigation, and his areas of interest include intellectual property and trade secrets disputes.

    Prior to becoming an attorney, Brian had diverse roles in various industries including working as a production assistant on film sets, writing articles for a southern lifestyle magazine, working in Disney World, and assisting a talent manager.

  • Education

    • University of Georgia, Juris Doctor, cum laude, 2015
      • Executive Editor, Journal of Intellectual Property Law
      • Research Assistant to Professor Christian Turner
      • Teaching Assistant to Professor Thomas A. Eaton
    • University of Georgia, Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance, 2010
  • Involvement

    Bar Admissions
    • Georgia
    Court Admissions
    • Georgia State & Superior Courts
    • Georgia Court of Appeals
    • Georgia Supreme Court
    • Northern District of Georgia
    Accolades
    • Top 15 Finalist in the Grammy Foundation’s 16th Annual Entertainment Law Initiative Writing Competition

Did You Know

Brian has been performing standup comedy for over ten years. 

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