Contact Vince

Phone: (404) 446-4476
E-mail: vince.toreno@kendavidlaw.com
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Assistant: Vanessa Trawicky

Vince is the Chair of the Civil Litigation Practice Group at Ken David & Associates, LLC. He has earned a Martindale-Hubbell rating of AV Preeminent, the highest possible rating by his peers for legal ability and ethics. Vince is a seasoned litigator with 25 years of civil trial experience defending general liability and professional negligence cases. He has the skills, experience and tenacity to handle your litigation matters effectively and efficiently. He also advises business on best practices to avoid problems that can lead to litigation.

Vince’s approach is to provide an early and thorough case evaluation so that the client can distinguish meritorious from non-meritorious cases. An early evaluation assists the client in making an informed decision about whether to focus on an aggressive defense or whether a compromise should be considered. Communication and accessibility are keys to Vince’s litigation philosophy. He reports on cases every 30 days and returns phone calls the day they are received.

Vince’s practice is devoted to the representation of companies, individuals, and government employees and agencies in matters including:

  • Professional negligence
  • Business and employment related disputes
  • Commercial general liability
  • Premises and products liability
  • Discrimination, retaliation and whistleblower claims
  • Automobile liability
  • Preparation and review of contracts and employment documents including employee handbooks, non-disclosure agreements, and covenants not to compete

Vince has tried cases in both state and federal courts and has argued motions and appeals before state appellate courts and the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. He also has extensive experience with all forms of alternative dispute resolution including AAA arbitrations.

Vince graduated with Honors with a Bachelor’s of Science degree from the University of Florida. He received his J.D. from Emory Law School in 1991 where he was a member of the Moot Court Society.

Admissions to Practice:

  • Georgia State and Superior Courts
  • Georgia Court of Appeals and Georgia Supreme Court
  • Federal District Court, Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Georgia
  • Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Recent Articles from Vincent A. Toreno

Recent Case Finds that Title VII Bars Employers from Discriminating on the Basis of Sexual Orientation

by Vincent A. Toreno, Esq.

Title VII prohibits several types of discrimination including discrimination “because of sex.” But the courts have refused to accept sexual orientation as a protected class under Title VII. However, court opinions […]

With More Workers Failing Drug Tests, Some Employers Turn to Refugees as Ready Replacements

by Vincent A. Toreno, Esq.

Following years of decline, the number of employees testing positive for drugs has increased steadily and is now at a ten-year high according to a report recently released by Quest Diagnostics. […]