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A native of Atlanta, Buck earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Georgia in 1990 and a J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law in 1994. Buck is a P.O.S.T. (Peace Officer’s Safety Training) Certified Guest Lecturer, Commercial Motor Vehicle Collisions and Law and holds his own CDL License.
Buck is the 55th president of the State Bar of Georgia and has been on the Board of Governors for the State Bar of Georgia since 2008. He works primarily as a civil attorney representing victims of catastrophic claims.
Buck was selected as one of the “14 Under 40” in the Fulton County Daily Report in 2006 and as one of the “Top 100 lawyers” in Georgia by Atlanta Magazine. He was president of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association from 2013 to 2014 and served on the Atlanta Bar Association’s Continuing Education Committee.
Buck is a graduate of the National College of Advocacy, the Ultimate Trial College in Washington, D.C., and the Trial Lawyers College. He is a Master in the Lamar Inn of Court.
Buck has devoted himself to community service. His philanthropic work includes serving on the Board of Directors for Roadsafe America (trucking safety advocacy group), Chair of the Board of Directors of the Civil Justice PAC Inc., State Council of Mothers against Drunk Driving (MADD) for which he is the Chair of Leadership, and the Shepherd Spinal and Brain Injury Center, where he is a Trustee and serves on the Auxiliary Board and the Advisory Board.
J.D., Vanderbilt University School of Law, 1994
B.A., University of Georgia, 1990
Renee Y. Tucker is a trial attorney who has a diverse background of experience. For two decades, she has litigated cases throughout the State of Georgia, first as a defense attorney, and for the last nine years, as a plaintiffs' attorney. Renee specializes in personal injury litigation, particularly medical malpractice, commercial vehicle liability, premises liability, and general negligence cases involving wrongful death and catastrophic injury.
Renee is recognized as a skilled litigator and a passionate and zealous advocate. She believes that a successfully handled case is one that is tried or settled to its assessed value. This requires prompt and skilled investigation, which includes ensuring that primary witnesses are identified and interviewed early and documentary evidence obtained and analyzed. It also requires the identification of any hurdles to a successful resolution and formulating the most effective and persuasive strategy to overcome those hurdles. In 2010, Renee was selected as one of Georgia Rising Stars in Atlanta Magazine/Law and Politics, voted by her peers as one of Atlanta's best young lawyers.
Renee grew up in Atlanta. She obtained her undergraduate degree from DePauw University (Greencastle, Indiana) and her law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law (Athens, Georgia) where she served on the Journal of International and Comparative Law and several Moot Court Teams. At the University of Georgia, Renee was named to the Joseph Henry Lumpkin Inn of Court. She was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2001.
Renee is admitted to: the Georgia Bar, Georgia Court of Appeals; Supreme Court of Georgia; U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia; U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia; U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia; the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals; and the Supreme Court of the United States. Renee is also a certified Mediator.
Moseley Marcinak Law Group LLP
Rob’s entire practice has been focused on the transportation and logistics industry. He has tried more than 80 cases to jury verdict in federal and state courts and has decades of experience representing trucking companies, brokers, logistics companies and their insurance carriers in disputes involving:
For several insurance companies and regional and national motor carriers, Rob serves as national counsel managing active litigation in 20 to 30 states at any given time.
Rob has developed a team of lawyers versed in the world of freight claims. The terms Carmack Amendment, Himalaya Clause, and on-hand notice are nothing new here. Rob has also obtained acclaim in pursuing cases for his collection of freight charges from shippers, including government agencies.
Transportation contracting is an area where Rob concentrates on reviewing and drafting shipping contracts and tariffs. He has defended brokers in negligent selection cases and is on the forefront of arguments related to federal preemption. Broker liability cases are not unfamiliar territory. Rob has handled some of the most serious and noteworthy broker liability cases in the country.
One of Rob's assets is his ability to advise trucking companies on proactively assessing and addressing risk, both internally and externally, as well as planning for growth and development.
Independent contractors can be a troublesome area for motor carriers. Rob works with motor carriers to manage contractual relations and negotiate the Federal Regulations and decisions.
After law school, Rob clerked for Judge Joseph F. Anderson Jr. on the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina. Rob has coached high school wrestling, football and baseball among others. Rob and his wife, Robin, have seven children and attend Christ Fellowship Cherrydale.
Attorney Cale Brice is the owner of
The Brice Law Firm, LLC
specializing in personal injury law.
Raised in the Atlanta suburb of East
Cobb, Attorney Brice has been a
resident of Georgia for over thirty
years. She graduated from Walton
High School in Marietta.
Attorney Brice received her
Bachelors in both American Politics
and Comparative Politics from the
University of Virginia, in
Charlottesville, Virginia. She
graduated from Atlanta’s John
Marshall Law School where she
received her Juris Doctorate.
Coming out of law school with a
catastrophic injury case, Attorney
Brice has practiced personal injury law, in private practice,
her entire career. In 2023, she
obtained a $850k+ jury verdict in a road wreck case.
She is recognized as a 2024 Super
Please feel free to email Ms. Brice at email@example.com
John is a native Atlantan and a graduate of Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas, Texas where he received his Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science. John earned his Juris Doctorate at Samford University's Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama.
Brian is a Partner and National Trucking Trial Attorney at Fried Goldberg LLC in Atlanta, Georgia. Brian’s practice is focused on catastrophic commercial motor vehicles collisions across the country. He has successfully litigated cases in 14 different states. Brian became Board Certified in Truck Accident Law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in 2020. Brian is a Ramblin Wreck from Georgia Tech (graduated in 2002) and a Georgia State University Panther (J.D. in 2008).
Brian and his wife, Katie, live in Johns Creek, Georgia with their two children, Oliver (5) and Adeline (4). They have their hands full.
Christy Crowe Childers
NBTA Board Certified Attorney, Truck Accident Law
Christy is the Education Chair for the Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys, the first woman in Georgia NBTA board certified in Truck Accident Law, and a founding partner of Childers & McCain. She has been helping truck wreck victims since 2005, when she graduated first in her law school class. Christy organizes the Mother Truckers Rally, an event where women lawyers from all over the country drive tractor trailers and share strategy. Last year's rally was in Montana and this year Christy took 32 people to Alaska, where she went dog sledding and landed on glaciers with attendees, taught classes in a Yurt and drove tractor trailers at the Alaska Driving Academy. While Christy specializes in helping the families of people hurt or killed by trucking companies and large corporations, she routinely consults with other personal injury lawyers across the nation and serves as trial counsel in a wide range of personal injury matters. Notably, Christy obtained nearly $8 million dollars for the life of a severely developmentally disabled adult by using the story writer’s mental model she has developed for trial lawyers, a subject on which she presents regularly.
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