David P. Thatcher is a seasoned litigation attorney who represents clients in sophisticated business litigation matters. He also advises employers concerning all aspects of employment law and litigation. In his over 20-year career he has obtained favorable results for clients ranging from the successful federal trial of an international business transaction to winning summary judgment in a multi-million dollar fraud claim. Mr. Thatcher’s depth of experience provides his clients with a wealth of knowledge for making wise business decisions, whether dealing with the structure of a new employment policy or developing a strategy for litigation.
Mr. Thatcher has litigated cases and appeared in federal and state courts across the country, including a number of cases New York, California, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Florida, Iowa, Wisconsin, and many others. In representing clients in business litigation and in trials, his cases have related to the purchase and sale of companies, officer and director liability, securities and investment fraud cases, the purchase and sale of assets, the sale of restricted securities, asset securitization, preferential transfers, fraud, breach of contract, and negligence. In addition, Mr. Thatcher has obtained successful results for his clients in trade name and copyright infringement cases, including prosecuting cases under the Lanham Act, the Copyright Act, and the Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act.
Some of the significant results Mr. Thatcher has obtained include:
Admittance to Practice
- State Bar of Georgia
- Atlanta Bar Association