Robert D. Wildstein
Rob Wildstein represents local, regional and national clients engaged in all areas of business, including professional services, technology, health care, real estate, and manufacturing. For over 30 years, Rob has developed a broad base of experience to serve the diversified needs of his commercial and individual clients. Rob serves as a strategic advisor to numerous clients and resolves complex issues through determined, and proficient representation. Rob is result oriented and committed to handling client matters in the most efficient, timely and cost-effective manner. Rob holds leadership positions in various community and civic organizations.
U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia
L.L.M., Emory University, Litigation
J.D., University of Georgia
– cum laude
B.A., Northwestern University
– with honors
Professional Memberships and Affiliations
– Ahavith Achim Synagogue (Past President, Officer and Board Member)
– American Bar Association
– Association of Trial Lawyers of America
– Atlanta Bar Association
– Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation
– Decatur-DeKalb Bar Association
– Emory University Transactional Law Meets
– Greenfield Hebrew Academy (Officer and Board Member)
– Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (Member)
– Lawyers Club of Atlanta (Member)
– State Bar of Georgia
– Weber Mock Trial Team (Attorney Coach)
– The Weber School (Board Member)
Presentations and Publications
– “Advanced Collection Strategies,” National Business Institute (2009)
– “Commercial and Residential Landlord and Tenant Law in Georgia,” Lorman Education Services (2009)
– “Judgment Enforcement,” Lorman Education Services (2009)
– “Post Judgment Collection: Getting Debtors to Pay,” NBI National Teleconference (2009)
– “Landlord and Tenant Law in Georgia,” Lorman Education Services, (2008)
– “Residential Landlord – Tenant Law in Georgia,” Sterling Education Services, (2008)
– “Drafting and Enforcing Commercial Leases,” Sterling Education Services, (2007-Present)
– “Landlord – Tenant Law in Georgia,” Sterling Education Services (2007-Present)
– “Advanced Lease Enforcement Law and Techniques in Georgia,” Lorman Education Services (2005)
– “A Practical Guide to Commercial Eviction in Georgia,” National Business Institute (2005)
– “Commercial and Residential Evictions and How to Collect Overdue Rent,” Sterling Education (2004)
– “Lease Enforcement and Evictions,” Sterling Education (2001-2004)
– Civil Litigation Discovery Seminar, Institute of Continuing Legal Education (1996)
– Post-Judgment Collections Seminar, Institute of Continuing Legal Education (1992-Present)
Awards and Honors
– AV Rated – Martindale-Hubbell (highest possible rating)
– AVVO-Top Rated Attorney
– Best Lawyers In America, Best Lawyers (2021)
– Georgia Super Lawyer – Top 5% of Georgia attorneys, Atlanta Magazine (2006-2021)
– Georgia Trend “Legal Elite” (2007-2009)
– Vick v. Tower Place, AO4A0372 (Ga App. 2004) Successful representation of landlord in connection with default by tenant under lease and personal guarantee.
– Skipper Sams, Inc. v. Roswell-Holcomb Associates, Ltd., 247 Ga. App. 237, 543 S.E.2nd 765 (2000) Successful representation of landlord in connection with suit by tenant for alleged breach of Lease.
– Philips Medical Systems North America v. Diagnostic Equipment Services, 213 Ga. App. 236 (1994) Successful representation of national equipment manufacturer in case of first impression in State of Georgia regarding alleged breach of warranty claim.
– Wurlitzer Co. v. Watson, 207 Ga. App. 161 (1993) Successful representation of national piano company in connection with breach of contract by local dealership.
– Habachy v. Georgia Health Group, P.C., 207 Ga. App. 288 (1993) Successful representation of regional health care company in connection with employment claim.
– Levinson v. American Thermex, Inc., 196 Ga. App. 291 (1990) Successful representation of individual in connection with suit on personal guaranty.
– Chase & Taylor, Inc. v. Milam, 179 Ga. App. 844 (1986) Successful representation of broker in connection with real estate commission claim.