Governmental & Constitutional Litigation
Nall & Miller, LLP has comprehensive experience litigating a broad range of constitutional and civil rights claims. In particular, we have successfully defended our clients from claims of First Amendment free speech violations, Fourth Amendment law enforcement misconduct allegations, Eighth Amendment challenges to the conditions of prison confinement, as well as claims brought pursuant to federal statutes such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Rehabilitation Act, and both Title VI (race discrimination) and Title IX (sex discrimination) of the Civil Rights Act. We have successfully defended state and local municipalities, government officials, entities and employees, as well as private entities and their employees acting in the public sector throughout the country.
Nall & Miller serves as counsel for the State Bar of Georgia and as conflict counsel for the State of Georgia, Attorney General’s Office. We also represent private contractors who provide services to states and municipalities. We have been involved in the defense of more than 1,000 civil rights lawsuits against private contractors in 50 states, giving us unmatched experience and invaluable understanding of the unique challenges faced by our clients both locally and nationally. Due to the depth of our experience, Nall & Miller is able to quickly identify a litigation strategy, regardless of the jurisdiction, and position our client with a successful defense or favorable resolution.