Michael H. Trotter enjoys assisting clients in devising successful solutions to difficult business/legal problems and in finding answers that save companies in some cases and resolve complex challenges in others.
Mr. Trotter has devoted significant time to the representation of closely held businesses as well as family businesses, and he has served as an expert witness/expert adviser with respect to law firm operations and economics in two of the largest law firm bankruptcy proceedings in recent years.
He has served as a special master for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. He has taught securities regulation at the Emory University School of Law as well as courses in law firm management and economics.
Mr. Trotter is the author of dozens of articles, columns and essays published in Atlanta’s legal newspaper, The Daily Report, as well as in other publications, such as Managing Partner Magazine, the American Bar Association Journal, and The National Law Journal, and of two important books on the economics and operations of major business practice law firms in America. Author of What’s to Become of the Legal Profession?, Mr. Trotter discusses the future of the practice of law in the United States.
Harvard Law School, JD, 1962
Brown University, BA, cum laude, 1958
Harvard University, MA, 1959
BAR ADMISSIONS : Georgia
COURTS & ADJUDICATIVE BODIES:
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia