Doug Minor is a litigation attorney in Holland & Knight's Atlanta office who focuses his practice on the representation of large corporations, mortgage and commercial lenders and investment funds in cases involving allegations of fraudulent conduct, violations of state and federal consumer protection statutes or regulatory investigations. Mr. Minor strives to provide early evaluation of cases, to work closely with clients to identify cost-effective ways in which to resolve disputes and to aggressively prepare matters for trial when necessary.
Mr. Minor has litigated in a wide variety of areas, including product liability, class actions, antitrust and unfair trade practices. He has overseen regulatory compliance projects on behalf of lenders and mortgage servicers, and government investigations on behalf of clients in the energy, healthcare and financial services industries. He has also assisted lenders and mortgage servicers with a broad range of regulatory compliance matters.
Mr. Minor argued an appeal before a federal appellate court before graduating from law school. He tried his first case within three years of graduating from law school, obtaining a unanimous jury verdict on behalf of a national transportation company. He has tried several cases to verdict in state and federal court, and has argued appeals before the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Second, Fourth and Fifth Circuits.
In addition, Mr. Minor frequently speaks at continuing legal education seminars on topics related to the litigation process, including lectures on settlement/mediation strategy, jury selection and conflicts of interest. He has served as the chair of the Litigation Section of the Mississippi Bar Association, and he is a certified instructor for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA).
Prior to joining Holland & Knight, Mr. Minor was a partner in the Nashville, Tennessee, office of a regional law firm, where he served as co-chair of its Inclusion and Diversity Committee. He previously worked at a boutique litigation firm in Jackson, Mississippi, where he represented individuals and businesses in personal injury, consumer fraud and business tort cases.
Not yet admitted to Georgia Bar; admitted to Florida, Mississippi and Tennessee Bars only and practicing under supervision of lawyers licensed to practice in Georgia.
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