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Graham H Stieglitz
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Graham H. Stieglitz

Partner - Atlanta, Georgia
PH: (404) 685-4316
Fax: (404) 214-7923
Email: Graham
PH: (404) 685-4258
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PH: (404) 685-4289

Graham’s practice in the Creditors’ Rights & Bankruptcy group focuses on commercial and bankruptcy litigation. He has experience in commercial reorganizations and workouts, as well as transactional and litigation experience involving commercial transactions, receiverships, real estate and other business-related matters. He has represented debtors, trustees, unsecured and secured creditors in Chapter 11 cases. Graham has also represented financial institutions, commercial lenders, commercial lessors and lessees in bankruptcy cases and structured loan workouts. Due to his substantial creditors’ rights experience, Graham frequently advises clients on insolvency issues, such as bankruptcy-remote structures and preference and fraudulent transfer analysis, arising in connection with business and financial transactions and provides reasoned legal opinions on bankruptcy-related issues, such as substantive consolidation.

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Graham is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the American Bar Association, the Turnaround Management Association, the National Funding Association, the Atlanta Bar Association and the State Bar of Georgia.Graham H. Stieglitz 2013 Ranked In Chambers_sized

Since 2011, Graham has been named as a leading practitioner in Bankruptcy/Restructuring by the highly regarded Chambers USA, a legal directory featuring client-led intelligence on America’s leading lawyers for business. Since 2007, Graham has been named in the Georgia Super Lawyers - Rising Stars Edition in Atlanta magazine....

What is your favorite thing about the law?
Working with my clients to understand their business problems and assisting them in finding the best way to overcome these obstacles.

What advice would you give to a young law student?
Maintain perspective on what you are doing and what you are seeking to accomplish. Don’t get so caught up in the destination of law school that you miss out on the ride.

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  • Successful defense of Georgia Gulf Corporation to a $500,000+ preference claim brought by Debtor. Compromise resulted in reduction of claim equivalent to less than $15,000.
  • Represented Chapter 11 Debtor in successful prosecution and recovery of $600,000 preference.
  • Represented Company in defending $22M+ fraudulent transfer action filed by Chapter 11 Liquidating Trustee. Resulted in a favorable settlement - less than cost of defense.
  • Represented Georgia Gulf Corporation in state court preference action brought by Receiver seeking to recover in excess of $600,000. Resulted in complete defense.


  • “He has a business-savvy understanding of our business policies, practices and objectives.”

    -Chambers 2012

  • “Good – very efficient, always call(s) me back. A great person who gives you what you need.”

    -Chambers 2012

  • “I am extremely pleased with the service provided by Graham. I find him to be very responsive to my needs. He and his firm have taken the time to learn our business and our company culture and values. He consistently synthesizes "The Law" with practical business concerns and Georgia Gulf's culture. This enables me to entrust him with sensitive matters with complete confidence that we will receive first rate, practical, and cost effective advice and representation.”

    -Brad Reynolds, Georgia Gulf Corporation

  • “He knows the law and knows my goals and objectives. He knows my style and is good at navigating between the issues. He balances my expectations and preferences with what is practical. There is nothing he could do better.”

    -Chambers 2012