Georgia Thompson assists businesses with complex commercial litigation matters. She litigates contested matters in state and federal courts in Florida, on the plaintiff and defense sides. Georgia has handled disputes involving products liability, premise liability, intellectual property, real property disputes, professional licensure and malpractice, class action defense, ADA compliance defense, personal injury, wrongful death, fraud, breach of contract, business disputes and torts. She is a Certified County Court Mediator authorized to practice in all Florida judicial circuits.In addition, Georgia also counsel individuals on complex marital and family law matters, including dissolution of marriage, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.
Represented Aquire USA, Inc., a Florida corporation with corporate ownership out of Milan, Italy, in a lawsuit against a personal guarantor to recover amounts due on a loan made to guarantor's closely-held entities; successfully responded to legal defenses raised by the guarantor that there was no fiduciary relationship, direct benefit or piercing of the corporate veil that would allow our client to recover directly against guarantor for debts owed by guarantor's corporate entities, and ultimately compelled guarantor to pay a settlement to our client along with the assignment of all of his entities' interests in the real estate development project
Represent husbands and wives in divorce proceedings involving children’s issues, support awards and property and debt distribution, including recent representation of a husband business owner in dissolution of long-term marriage involving equitable distribution of business formed during marriage, alimony and division of marital homestead, where successfully resolved these issues and others for husband through the negotiation of a pre-suit settlement agreementRepresented professional athlete with respect to petition by mother to establish paternity, child support, time sharing and parenting plan, resulting in client being assessed an amount less than the statutory percentage of income under the child support guidelines, where the statutory amount of child support far exceeded child’s actual needs and created windfall to custodial mother; successfully negotiated a child support settlement with structure for contingent future child support modifications based on renewal/non-renewal of professional sports contracts, endorsements and bonuses, and time-sharing agreement with plan for out-of-state visitation during professional sports season
Chosen for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch (Woodward/White, Inc.), Product Liability Litigation - Defendants, 2021
Inducted into the University of Florida Hall of Fame, 2012
Installed as a member of the Florida Blue Key leadership honorary society at the University of Florida, 2006
Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce
Guardian Ad LitemJunior League of Miami, State Public Affairs Committee