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STATEMENT: Paula Deen's former attorneys

Statement of Oliver Maner LLP Regarding Paula Deen Matter

Oliver Maner LLP has been privileged to represent Paula Deen, Paula Deen Enterprises, LLC, and The Lady Enterprises, Inc. successfully on a variety of different matters over many years.  Most recently, Oliver Maner LLP has represented Paula Deen and several companies in connection with the case of Jackson v. Paula Deen, et al. pending in the United States District Court, Southern District of Georgia, Savannah Division.  Subject to an Order, the defense of that case will be transferred by agreement to other counsel for completion.  Oliver Maner LLP has appreciated the opportunity to work on this matter and thanks the many professionals who have assisted to help make sure that the case is well-positioned for a favorable outcome.

Oliver Maner LLP is a multi-specialty law firm in Savannah, Georgia.  Its attorney have gained a reputation over the past decades for successfully handling complex litigation, in addition to providing a wide variety of legal services.  The firm serves a wide range of clients and combines professional skill and an in-depth understanding of clients' needs to provide superior, cost effective legal services.  Oliver Maner LLP attorneys are also recognized for their excellence in publications such as Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings, Best Lawyers in America, Who's Who in American Law, Atlanta Magazine's Super Lawyers, and Georgia Trend Magazine's Legal Elite.  Two of its partners are Fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers, and have been named to the Top 100 Attorneys in Georgia in Atlanta Magazine.  https://www.olivermaner.com

 

 

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