The State Bar of Georgia Workers’ Compensation Law Section Newsletter
Insurance Defense, Premises Liability, Commercial/Common Carrier Litigation, Trucking, Bad Faith Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Product Liability, Subrogation, Contracts, Corporate Law and Litigation, Business Law and Litigation, General Litigation
Craig White is a partner at Gray, Rust, St. Amand, Moffett & Brieske practicing primarily in general civil litigation with specialization in Insurance Defense, Premises Liability, Commercial/Common Carrier Litigation, Trucking, Bad Faith Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Product Liability, Subrogation, Contracts, Corporate Law and Litigation, and Business Law. In his over thirty (30) years of practicing law, Craig has served as state-wide counsel for numerous large and small insurance companies as well as many private corporations. In addition, Craig also maintains a corporate, trusts and estates and business litigation practice. Craig is admitted in state and federal courts located throughout Georgia including Federal District Courts, the United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Georgia Supreme Court and Georgia Court of Appeals. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Defense Research Institute and Georgia Defense Lawyers Association.
Craig is also a member of the Georgia Defense Lawyers Association wherein he has previously served on its Automobile Liability and Premises Liability Committees. He is also one of the Georgia attorneys invited to be a member of the Council on Litigation Management (formerly known as the Council on Ethical Billing).
As part of his law practice, Craig is actively involved in presenting seminars to his clients in an effort to keep them apprised of new developments in Georgia law on a wide range of topics including insurer bad faith, risk management, claim investigation, insurance coverage, trial practice and workers compensation issues.
Craig has substantial experience in and routinely litigates high exposure matters including wrongful death, product liability, catastrophic injury and high value property loss claims. As part of his business/corporate practice, Craig has vast experience with various business entities including corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and limited liability partnerships. He regularly engages in the drafting and review of various contracts, including but not limited to, operating agreements, franchise agreements, licensing agreements, non-compete agreements, vendor agreements and confidentiality agreements for a wide range of clients from smaller local concerns to nationally recognized companies. As a litigator, Craig recognizes that business disputes are most often won by the meticulous drafting of agreements so as to avoid disputes in the first place. Should litigation become necessary, Craig is well versed in exploiting the advantages he has provided to his clients through proper drafting of the original contract. Over the more than thirty years he has been in practice, Craig has litigated hundreds of cases to his clients’ satisfaction.
University of Georgia School of Law
A.B. 1988, J.D. 1991
Georgia Courts, 1991
U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia, 1997
U.S. District Court Middle District of Georgia, 1999
U.S. District Court Southern District of Georgia, 1994
U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit, 1994
Georgia Court of Appeals, 1993
Supreme Court of Georgia, 1994