Atlanta, GA, June 10, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The law firm of Buckley King is pleased to announce that Robert F. Dallas has joined the Firm's Atlanta, Georgia office. Bob's practice centers on commercial litigation, complex bankruptcy matters, employment as well as transportation law, including transportation regulation, safety, and governmental affairs.
Bob began his career with Powell, Goldstein, Frazer and Murphy for many years and was later appointed Director of the Governor's Office of Highway Safety by Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue, where he served for Perdue's two-terms of office. As part of the Perdue administration, Bob was closely involved with legislators and policy leaders in development of Georgia's transportation policy working with state and local leaders implementing transportation, safety, and mobility projects. He also spent over 20 years serving as a planning commissioner in DeKalb County and now the City of Dunwoody, where he chairs the Dunwoody Planning Commission. Bob serves as a DeKalb County appointee of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority and chairs the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee.
"We are thrilled to welcome Bob to the Firm," stated attorney Brent M. Buckley, Buckley King's Managing Partner. "His extensive knowledge and experience in the transportation industry deepens and expands the services we can provide to our clients."
Bob earned his J.D. cum laude in 1989 from Georgia State University College of Law, and his M.B.A. and B.S.B.A. from the University of Florida.
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