For more than 30 years, Greg Hanthorn has successfully tried disputes ranging from multimonth jury and bench trials to "no discovery" arbitrations. Greg has extensive experience in the alphabet soup of consumer class actions (including TCPA, FDCPA, RICO, ERISA, FCRA, and hybrid TILA/usury cases) and in major individual product liability, federal Fair Credit Reporting Act, and leveraged buyout fraud litigation.
Greg represented the estate of Margaret Mitchell's brother in recovering unique papers concerning the book and movie Gone with the Wind. He obtained a permanent injunction against union organizers who were demonstrating against a property owner hosting events during the Democratic National Convention, and he achieved trial court and appellate victories clarifying the duties owed by individual and professional fiduciaries. In the product liability arena, Greg represented R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company in a four-month jury trial in Shelby County, Tennessee (defense verdict) and has represented other manufacturers of products ranging from complex medical devices to respirators used by workers in manufacturing operations.
Greg is a member and past co-chair of the Federal Practice Task Force of the Litigation Section of the American Bar Association and is also a past chair of the Litigation Section's Ethics and Professionalism Committee. He is a past president of the Lamar Inn of Court where he remains on the executive committee and is a past member of Berry College's board of visitors and a past chair of the board of directors of the Atlanta Shakespeare Company.