Brian Stoltz is a litigator who focuses on intellectual property and business disputes. Brian helps clients resolve a variety of disputes, including those involving trademark infringement, trade dress infringement, and breaches of contracts. He has also counseled clients on employment and contract law, including analyzing noncompete provisions and navigating changes to unemployment laws.
Brian is a former summer associate in the City of Atlanta's Law Department, where he played a role in projects involving trademark law, the Office of Entertainment, the Aviation Department, and city contract negotiations.
Brian earned his law degree from the University of Georgia. During law school, Brian was a finalist in the GRAMMY Foundation's 16th Annual Entertainment Law Initiative Writing Competition, vice president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, and executive editor of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Georgia as well.
Outside of work, Brian enjoys stand-up comedy and has performed at comedy clubs and in comedy festivals all over the country.