A founding member of O’Daniel McDonald, LLC, Graham is a litigator with well-recognized success in complex civil matters at both the state and federal levels.
Graham’s practice is heavily focused on business and commercial litigation, including disputes related to wide-ranging contracts, business transactions, business operations, fiduciary duties, and partnership and ownership matters. He also has significant experience in litigation involving real estate, construction and development matters; commercial landlord-tenant relationships; franchisor-franchisee matters; non-competes and restrictive covenants; insurance related disputes; and estate and trust matters.
Graham has been appointed a Special Assistant Attorney General by the Attorney General of Georgia, has served as a Special Master in Fulton County Superior Court and is a member of the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Georgia. Super Lawyers has recognized Graham as both a Georgia Super Lawyer, and, prior to that, a Rising Star.
In 2013, Graham was elected to the City Council for Sandy Springs, then the 2nd largest city in Metro Atlanta and the 6th largest city in Georgia. Graham served on city council until 2016, when he qualified, with the encouragement of many community leaders, to run for Georgia's State House of Representatives.
Graham received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia and his Juris Doctor from Georgia State University College of Law. Outside of the practice of law, Graham and his wife, Kelly, stay busy trying to keep up with their three boys. When time allows, Graham also enjoys hunting, hiking, fishing, golf and reading.