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  A. Ali Sabzevari
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A. Ali Sabzevari works with corporations, local governments, and individuals in state and federal lawsuits at both the trial and appellate levels as well as in mediation and arbitration proceedings. His current practice consists of a broad range of complex business and government litigation, including employment, property taxation, contracts, real estate, wrongful death, catastrophic injury, civil rights, negligence, and other torts. He has represented clients in several high-profile cases throughout the State of Georgia.

Examples of Mr. Sabzevari’s appellate work include:

  • Authored brief of appellee in Ducree v. Archer, 2016 WL 3006843 (11th Cir. May 25, 2016) (affirming district court's grant of summary judgement to officer on the basis of qualified immunity)
  • Authored brief of appellants in Mosley v. Lowe, 298 Ga. 363, 782 S.E.2d 43 (2016) (obtained clarification from the Supreme Court of Georgia that retroactive application of statutory amendments that expanded the right to restrict access to criminal records did not violate state constitutional prohibition against retroactive laws)
  • Authored brief of appellee in City of Lovejoy v. Clayton Cty., 335 Ga. App. 881, 783 S.E.2d 395, 395 (2016) (affirming trial court’s decision declaring city’s annexation ordinance null and void)
  • Authored brief of appellant in Clayton Cty. v. Segrest, 333 Ga. App. 85, 775 S.E.2d 579 (2015) (obtained reversal of trial court for failing to exclude experts' opinions that county police officer “proximately caused” motorcyclist's injuries, or that officer acted in “reckless disregard” of proper police procedures during high speed chase in which suspect struck motorcyclist)
  • Co-Authored brief of appellants in Williams v. Boehrer, 530 F. App'x 891, 892 (11th Cir. 2013) (reversing district court’s denial of summary judgment on state law claims)

Examples of Mr. Sabzevari’s trial work include:

  • McDonough Village South, LLC v. Sowards, Civil Action File No. 2015-CV-01012-5 (2016) (achieved six-figure judgment on behalf of commercial lessor and management company in breach of contract action)
  • Ford v. Woodforest National Bank, Civil Action File No. 2016-CM-2439 (2016) (defended a national bank through trial and achieved defense verdict in client’s favor)
  • Grant v. Clayton Cnty., Ga., No. 1:14-CV-1279-TWT, 2015 WL 4744623 (N.D. Ga. Aug. 11, 2015) (achieved dismissal of employment discrimination lawsuit on behalf of employer)
  • Thrasher v. Hall Cnty., No. 2:14-CV-00148-RWS, 2015 WL 751715 (N.D. Ga. Feb. 23, 2015) (achieved dismissal of lawsuit filed by individual raising federal Constitutional claims for violations of his Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment rights, as well as state law claims for intentional infliction of emotional distress, wrongful/false arrest, false imprisonment, and negligence)
  • Bagwell v. Hall Cty., No. 2:14-CV-00195-RWS (N.D. Ga.) (achieved summary judgment for a sheriff’s deputy on allegations of unlawful search, excessive force, and denial of medical care under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 and negligence under state law based on the denial of medical care)

Mr. Sabzevari received his J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law, magna cum laude, finishing 12th in his class of 232 students.  While in law school, Mr. Sabzevari served as an advocate on Georgia Law’s Mock Trial team and was selected to serve as a pupil in the Chattahoochee Inn of Court. Also while in law school, Mr. Sabzevari interned for Congressman Jack Kingston in Washington, D.C. and the Honorable Richard W. Story of the Northern District of Georgia. He served as a volunteer mediator at the Athens-Clarke County Magistrate Court. As a result of his academic success, Mr. Sabzevari was elected to the Order of the Coif.

He received his B.B.A. in Economics from Georgia Southern University, where he was a member of several honor societies, served as a Student Government Association Senator, and served as President of Phi Alpha Delta, President of Alpha Tau Omega, and President of the Interfraternity Council.

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