5455 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd,
Dunwoody, Georgia 30338
Randall Grayson is an experienced litigator and trial lawyer. He began his practice in Georgia at Alston & Bird, one of the largest law firms in the country. Over the years, he has represented individuals, businesses, executives, and workers in a wide variety of cases.
Randy grew up in Georgia and graduated from Brookwood High School in Gwinnett County. He is a 1991 graduate of Emory University and graduated from Duke Law School, cum laude in 1994. He also earned his Masters in History in 1994, while at Duke University Graduate School.
Randy is a member of the American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section, a member of NELA-Georgia (the National Employment Lawyers’ Association), the Employee Benefits Section of the State Bar of Georgia, and the Advocates for Students With Disabilities committee. Randy has served his community as a past member of the Georgia Council of Developmental Disabilities, the Human Rights Committee of the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, and a former board member of the Autism Society of America Greater Georgia Chapter.
Randy has experience with personal injury, medical malpractice, premises liability and automobile accident cases. He has also litigated business disputes ranging from breach of contract claims to claims for equitable relief and injunctions.
Randy specializes in litigating employment discrimination and employee benefits matters. He has achieved multi-million dollar verdicts for his clients, including the largest employment discrimination verdict in Georgia in 2012. He won this verdict on behalf of a female executive claiming unequal pay and sex discrimination. He covers the full range of employment issues in the workplace. Randy has litigated or advised his clients in cases involving the Americans with Disabilities Act, discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, hostile work environments, sexual harassment, and retaliation, ensuring compliance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. He has litigated claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act, including collective actions, involving overtime payments, minimum wages, and worker misclassification. Randy has represented individuals in the negotiation of severance agreements, and advised individuals and companies on the enforcement of noncompetition covenants. He has litigated cases under the new Georgia Restrictive Covenant Act. He has experience with executive compensation agreements, including deferred compensation arrangements, tophat plans, and employment agreements.
Randy also has years of experience with ERISA compliance and litigating claims for benefits under ERISA welfare plans, long term disability benefits, retirement plans, medical benefits, COBRA compliance, cafeteria plans, and other employee benefits.