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Randy L. New is the Managing Member of Kitchens New Cleghorn LLC in Atlanta, Georgia. A significant focus of his practice has been in the areas of Corporate and Business Issues, Employment Law, Contracts and Telecommunications. Randy is also an Adjunct Professor at Emory Law.
Randy is an Atlanta native. He received a B.A. from Emory University in 1976. After teaching high school in Atlanta for three years, he attended Emory Law School, was named as Articles Editor of the Emory Law Journal, and graduated with a J.D. with Distinction in 1982. Randy continues his...
Began legal career in 1999, at the height of dot-com expansion. Have remained heavily engaged in Internet law, start-up corporate matters, technology, and intellectual property ever since (from Y2K to bitcoin, and everything in between).
I have registered "Sixth Sense for Law and Business" as a service mark in the United States, and that is the firm's mantra.
Previously, Professor Webb served as a special master for the Office of Fair Employment Practices of the State of Georgia; as a judge pro hac vice for the Gwinnett County Recorders Court; and as a...
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