Mr. Middleton obtained his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Georgia in 1979, cum laude, and 1982. Over his thirty-eight years of practicing law, Mr. Middleton has represented both public and private clients, governmental entities and non-profits, in a broad range of legal matters including administrative and civil litigation and appeals, corporate law, transactions, complex contract negotiations, economic development and government affairs before agencies and legislative bodies. He has performed a broad range of services for his clients and has served in a general counsel capacity for many of them. During this time, he has developed particular areas of expertise involving transactions, complex contracts, electric power matters, natural gas, telecommunications, solar projects, water law, municipal law and regulatory compliance.
•Overcoming Bad Seed: Legal Protections for Farmers and Seed Dealer, Joel McKie. Growinggeorgia.com, 18 May 2011
•AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell
•State Bar of Georgia
•Dougherty County Bar Association
•Vice-Chairman Albany Land Bank
•State Bar Advisory Committee on Legislation, 1992-2002
•Chairman of the Legislative Affairs Committee of the Young Lawyers Section of the State Bar of Georgia, 1989-1992
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