David J. Marmins is a partner in the Litigation Practice. David has been recognized by Georgia Super Lawyers annually since 2005.
Mr. Marmins focuses his practice on commercial, banking and real estate related disputes. He has experience litigating special asset matters for financial institutions, including banks pursuing assets obtained from failed banks and other lenders. His real estate work focuses on land use disputes, construction litigation and homeowners association matters. He handles a variety of general business litigation and government affairs matters and has tried cases in federal and state courts throughout Georgia.
Mr. Marmins began his career as an Assistant Attorney General for State of Georgia in the Civil Rights Litigation section. He also worked as a reporter for the Fulton County Daily Report before attending law school and authored the treatise, Georgia Nuisance Law. He has served on the Economic Development Committee of the Metro Atlanta Chamber and is active in the Georgia Bankers Association and the Georgia Chapter of the Community Association Institute. Mr. Marmins completed the Anti-Defamation League's Glass Leadership Institute in 2010 and now serves on the ADL's Southeastern Regional Board of Directors and the Civil Rights Committee.
Mr. Marmins has also maintained a commitment to pro bono work throughout his career. He has volunteered representing students as part of the Truancy Intervention Project. He has also successfully handled stalking, child support recovery and other domestic cases. He and his wife, Amanda, reside in Vinings with their daughter, Tatum, and son, Alec.