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  Shaun Daugherty
Partner
Direct Dial: 770.818.1428
Fax: 770.937.9960
sdaugherty@fmglaw.com
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Shaun Daugherty is a Partner in the Professional Liability and Insurance Coverage sections and practices in the Atlanta office of Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP. Mr. Daugherty's practice has a particular focus on complex medical litigation and medical malpractice defense, and he also has substantial trial experience with an array of commercial litigation and intellectual property disputes. Mr. Daugherty’s experience includes handling a broad range of professional liability and insurance coverage matters, including representing medical professionals before their respective licensing boards. His representation experience also includes counseling, advice, and invited speaking engagements on credentialing, retention and risk management. 

Mr. Daugherty also practices in the area of intellectual property and has been an adjunct faculty member at John Marshall School of Law in Atlanta teaching Trademark and Unfair Competition Law. His practice has spanned from biomedical patent prosecution and litigation to trademark and copyright issues, or “soft IP.”  His IP work now focuses on prosecuting trademark applications, defending infringement and advertising injury claims, and working with individuals and companies to police and protect their IP portfolios. 

Mr. Daugherty attended Wright State University for two years before moving to Georgia and finishing his degree in biology at Georgia State University. After graduation, he moved back to Ohio where he served as a research biologist at Case Western Reserve University’s Medical School. Mr. Daugherty then attended the University of Dayton School of Law where he graduated magna cum laude. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Daugherty returned to Atlanta where he began his career prosecuting and litigating patent claims before focusing his practice primarily in insurance defense.

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