Graham B. Firestone
"I saw firsthand how powerless we are when we don’t know the law. Plaintiffs are usually less aware of the law and less able to protect themselves."
~Graham B. Firestone
Graham Firestone is a member of the Georgia Bar and practices out of the firm’s Atlanta office. He moved to Atlanta after graduating from the Arizona State University College of Law in 1994. Prior to joining the firm in 2010, Graham was an administrative law judge for the Georgia Department of Labor where he presided over 3000 unemployment benefits cases. Graham has worked with a number of law firms on tasks related to discovery and case management. His practice now focuses on pretrial discovery for patent litigation. Graham’s work on patent cases spans a variety of areas, including cable technology, hard disk drive technology and motion-position detection technology. Graham has a passion for helping those in need. He is an expert at searching for electronic records and has taught seminars to both lay people and attorneys on how to find free public records on the Internet. Graham also teaches self enrichment classes at Emory University, and provides pro bono assistance to the public through his Consumer-SOS.com legal website.
- Georgia State Bar
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
- Arizona State University College of Law J.D. 1994
- Binghamton University (Binghamton, NY), B.S., 1991
Professional Memberships and Affiliations
Georgia Bar Association