John is an experienced litigator, loyal advocate, and trusted advisor. John’s clients rely on him to see the big picture, provide practical advice, and bring effective and efficient litigation strategies to bear when clients find themselves in court. John has represented individuals, private corporations, and government entities in a wide range of matters, including general insurance defense cases, commercial/business disputes, trade secrets cases, product liability cases, trucking/transportation cases, employment discrimination suits, civil rights cases, construction defect cases, and professional negligence suits. As part of the firm’s railroad defense team, John has also defended Class I railroads in a wide variety of cases, including suits involving personal injury, wrongful death, and mass torts.
John attended The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for his undergraduate degree in Religious Studies and English and received his juris doctor at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at The College of William & Mary.
John and his wife, Sara, are North Carolina natives who moved to Augusta in 2004. Before joining Fulcher Hagler in 2007, John clerked for U.S. District Judges Lisa Godbey Wood and Dudley H. Bowen, Jr., as well as the late W. Leon Barfield, a federal magistrate judge. In his free time, John enjoys running (slowly), reading, cheering on his beloved Tar Heels, and spending time with Sara and their four children, Hannah, Isaac, Mark, and Esther.
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