Joel Bush concentrates his practice in the area of complex commercial litigation, with particular emphasis in information technology and software disputes, misappropriation of trade secrets, business torts, restrictive covenant, and technology license disputes. Mr. Bush has litigated disputes arising out of computer hardware installations, software implementations, network design projects, and other technology implementations.
Mr. Bush regularly represents software and technology companies in claims based on fraud, breach of contract, and negligence arising out of implementation problems, network design issues, software performance, and system compatibility problems. He has represented employers and employees in disputes arising out of restrictive covenant agreements. Mr. Bush routinely litigates trade secret disputes and he has particular experience in trade secret claims arising out of software development. Mr. Bush also represents commercial parties in contract, indemnity, and related claims. He has appeared in federal and state courts and is also experienced in arbitration.
Joel Bush joined the firm in 1993. Before attending law school, Mr. Bush worked on Capitol Hill as the Legislative Director for a member of Congress. Mr. Bush has been recognized as a Georgia "Super Lawyer" in General Litigation by SuperLawyers magazine and is AV® rated by Martindale-Hubbell.*
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