Lawrence B. Domenico

Lawrence B. Domenico: Attorney with Mozley, Finlayson & Loggins LLP AV stamp icon
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Mr. Domenico joined the firm in 1990 and practices extensively in the areas of products liability defense, commercial and business litigation, and general litigation. He has tried many cases, including several multi-million dollar actions, to verdict in state and federal courts throughout Georgia. Mr. Domenico has also represented clients in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court. In addition, Mr. Domenico has broad experience in alternate forms of dispute resolution, including arbitration and mediation.

Mr. Domenico also has extensive experience in assisting start-up and existing businesses in matters of contract formation and negotiation, corporate governance, and dispute resolution. His business clients include software companies, real estate companies, service companies, and retailers. In addition, Mr. Domenico has many years experience in estate planning matters, often for the same individuals he counsels for business or litigation issues.

Mr. Domenico is an active affiliate member of the Georgia Association of Business Brokers where he has written and spoken about litigation issues related to the purchase and sale of businesses. Mr. Domenico is also active in a number of neighborhood, church, and civic organizations, and is a member of the 1995 class of Leadership DeKalb.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Products Liability
  • Insurance Defense Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • Business Law
  • Estate Planning

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
404-920-4037  Phone
404-913-8877  Phone
Toll Free: 800-352-1103  Phone
404-250-9355  Fax
University Attended:
University of the South, B.A., cum laude, 1985
Law School Attended:
University of Georgia, J.D., cum laude, 1988
Year of First Admission:
1988, U.S. Federal Court; 1988, Georgia
Atlanta and American Bar Associations; State Bar of Georgia; The Defense Research Institute.
Birth Information:
St. Paul, Minnesota, April 29, 1963
Reported Cases:
ALTA Refrigeration, Inc. v. Americold Logistics, LLC, 301 Ga. App. 738, 688 S.E.2d 658 (2009) Obtained reversal of summary judgment ruling against ALTA Refrigeration, Inc.; Case involved allegations of negligence against ALTA Refrigeration, Inc. under the borrowed servant doctrine for an explosion at a refrigeration plant where ALTA Refrigeration, Inc. was installing a new compressor; The Court of Appeals of Georgia reversed the trial court's ruling that one of the employees of the refrigeration plant involved in causing the explosion was the borrowed servant of ALTA Refrigeration, Inc. and granted summary judgment in favor of ALTA Refrigeration, Inc., finding that the borrowed servant doctrine did not apply; Goobich v. Waters, 283 Ga. App. 53, 640 S.E.2d 606 (2006) Obtained reversal of summary judgment against client, buyer of landscape business and real estate. Trial court erroneously held unenforceable a letter of intent for the purchase of the business and real estate, which was later confirmed and explicitly agreed to be binding by the seller and buyer. Court found that all necessary terms were set forth in the letter of intent and the subsequent agreement to make the letter of intent binding on the parties; Deere & Co. v. JPS Development, Inc., 264 Ga. App. 672, 592 S.E.2d 175 (2003) Obtained reversal of trial court order denying client's motion to dismiss; Court of Appeals held that the plaintiff corporation ceased to exist two years after its dissolution and therefore could not bring action against client manufacturer.

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