Mr. Bresee has lectured frequently in Georgia and throughout the country on topics including aviation litigation, insurance subrogation and bad faith law. He was honored to deliver the 2006 key note address at the 2006 SMU Air Law Symposium. He has been a trial techniques instructor at the National Institute of Trial Advocacy held annually at Emory University. Mr. Bresee has also lectured at seminars sponsored by the Aviation Section of the Georgia Bar Association and the National Association of Subrogation Professionals. Mr. Bresee has authored numerous articles including “Recent Developments in Aviation Law” (Spring 2006 Journal of Air Law and Commerce) and “The Role of the Transportation Security Administration in Aviation Litigation” (October 25, 2007 Georgia CLE Seminar).
Areas of Practice
J.D. – 1988
University of Texas, Austin, Texas
B.A. – 1984
“Recent Developments in Aviation Law”, Journal of Air Law and Commerce, Spring 2006.
“The Role of the Transportation Security Administration in Aviation Litigation”, Georgia CLE Seminar, October 25, 2007
- Trial Techniques Instructor, National Institute of Trial Advocacy, Emory University
- Lecturer, Aviation Section of the Georgia Bar Association
- Lecturer, National Association of Subrogation Professionals
Professional Associations and Memberships
Atlanta Bar Association, Member
Georgia Defense Lawyers Association, Member
State Bar of Georgia, Member
Aviation Insurance Association, Member