Chase Ruffin is an Associate in the firm's General Commercial Litigation practice group where he assists clients in general business litigation matters.
Chase represents large and small businesses, as well as individuals, in a diverse array of business disputes. Practicing in Georgia’s state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels, Chase has litigated cases involving breaches of contract, fraud, negligence, civil theft, and defamation, among numerous other business torts. He has also handled cases involving copyright infringement and shareholder disputes, and he has defended employers against allegations of racial discrimination.
Chase also has substantial experience in the field of condemnation law. Before joining Burr & Forman, Chase concentrated his practice on representing businesses and individuals in eminent domain disputes with state and local governments.
While at Georgia State University College of Law, Chase was a judicial intern in the Supreme Court of Georgia for The Honorable P. Harris Hines. He was also a member and associate articles editor of the Georgia State University Law Review and a pupil in the Logan E. Bleckley Inn of Court.