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Frank Lightmas has more than 35 years experience helping clients and attorneys resolve disputes pragmatically, quickly and cost-effectively.
Frank Lightmas is an experienced and respected trial lawyer, mediator and arbitrator who has practiced law in Atlanta, Georgia since 1976. He represents individuals and businesses in commercial and business disputes in federal and state courts, before arbitration tribunals and before disciplinary, regulatory and administrative boards and tribunals.
Frank provides each of his clients with creative and high quality services to solve their problems. He works closely with each client to develop cost-effective, timely and pragmatic solutions that protect each client’s interests and achieve each client’s goals, whether through negotiation, mediation, litigation or arbitration.
Most of Frank’s clients come to him through referrals from existing or former clients and other attorneys, including former adversaries. These referrals are a strong testament to his reputation for providing outstanding representation, rendering sound judgment and advice and being capable and willing to take on significant matters against tough opponents.
Frank has received the AV Preeminent rating by the Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings, which is the highest rating bestowed by Martindale-Hubbell and is an objective indicator of his high ethical standards and professional ability, and has been named a Georgia Super Lawyer®.
Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings are generated from evaluations of lawyers by other members of the bar and the judiciary in the United States. A rating of AV Preeminent is testament to the fact that a lawyer’s peers rank him or her at the highest level of professional excellence.
Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes peer nominations, independent research and peer evaluations, and it recognizes no more than 5% of each state’s attorneys.