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E-mail: emily.anderson@kendavidlaw.com
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Emily is an associate attorney at Ken David & Associates, LLC where she focuses her practice on workers’ compensation defense, representing employers, insurers and third-party administrators throughout Georgia. She handles all aspects of workers’ compensation claims including settlement, litigation and appeals. In addition, Emily has experience handling a vast array of civil litigation cases and has represented clients in such matters as: contract litigation, intellectual property disputes in front of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, land disputes, and divorce proceedings.

Emily received her J.D., cum laude, from the University of Georgia School of Law. While in school Emily interned at the American Cancer Society, and she provided counsel to start-up non-profit organizations through both the Business Law Clinic and her internship with the Pro Bono Partnership. She also received experience in health law issues by spending a summer working for the Department of Community Health.

Before attending law school, Emily graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a degree in business administration and decision science. She held positions on multiple boards including: the Business Opportunities Conference, the Carnegie Mellon Business Association, and the Panhellenic Council. Emily also rowed for the varsity crew team.

Recent Articles from Emily J. Anderson

What is the Correct Accident Date?

by Emily Anderson, Esq.

Once an employee is injured, they have one year from the date of the injury to file the claim if no lost time is paid. When there is a specific accident, knowing […]

Summary of Board Rule Changes Including Addition to Rule 205, Increasing Pressure on Insurers to Authorize Medical Services within 5 Days

by Emily Anderson, Esq.

The Board recently published new rules, effective July 1, 2017. The most substantive change is to Rule 205, which provides expedited access to judges via conference calls to address delays of more […]