Jacob A. Maurer

, Principal

Jacob Maurer is a Principal in the Litigation Section and has been with the firm since 2000. Mr. Maurer’s practice focuses on representing individuals and businesses in a wide range of commercial and business litigation matters including contract disputes, real estate litigation, judgment enforcement and creditor’s rights, shareholder disputes and business torts, and commercial leasing matters.

Bar Admissions

– United States Court of Appeals Eleventh Circuit
– United States District Court Middle District of Georgia
– United States District Court Northern District of Georgia


J.D., University of Georgia School of Law
 – cum laude
 – Articles Editor, Georgia Law Review
B.S., University of Illinois, Advertising

Professional Memberships + Affiliations

Presentations, Publications + Speaking Engagements

Awards + Honors

Represented Cases

– Successfully challenged the constitutionality of a proposed $7.2 million revenue bond that was intended to finance the construction of a golf course in a designated industrial park. Haney v. Development Authority of Bremen, 271 Ga. 403 (1999)
– Successfully represented an employer in obtaining a pre-judgment garnishment against a former employee who committed acts of theft and conversion of employer’s assets.
– Successfully represented a creditor to enforce a judgment in excess of $5 million in a case involving fraudulent transfers between closely held companies and family members.
– Represented a German manufacturer in enforcing a consignment and security agreement with its American distributor by successfully seizing collateral inventory and obtaining a final judgment in excess of $600,000.
– Successfully represented the seller of a business at trial to obtain a jury verdict of $750,000 for compensatory and punitive damages against the buyer for breach of the purchase agreement and fraud.
– Successfully represented the owner of a real estate development company to obtain the complete dismissal of claims against him, exceeding $3.5 million, asserted by the general contractor for a mixed use development project.
– Served as special counsel to bankruptcy trustee in Southern District of Florida to successfully prosecute claims against the debtor’s insiders to set aside and avoid fraudulent transfers.
– Successfully represented real estate investor in obtaining a judgment in excess of $9 million against the real estate developers and to obtain a settlement for payment of the judgment.
– Represented commercial lender to successfully confirm the foreclosure sale of collateral properties.
– Successfully represented shareholder in complex business divorce with business co-owner involving claims for breach of fiduciary duty, conversion and breach of contract and successfully obtained restraining order against co-owner to preserve company assets.
– Successfully represented a software company to resolve royalty claims under a software marketing and licensing agreement.
– Successfully defended automobile financing company in case involving tort claims for wrongful repossession and infliction of emotional distress and obtained complete dismissal of all claims.