Alec N. Sedki











Alec N. Sedki has been practicing civil litigation in Atlanta since 2002. With a focus on general business litigation, Mr. Sedki handles cases which include construction and contract disputes, mortgage fraud, lender financing disputes and has significant experience with real estate based issues, such as quiet title actions.  Mr. Sedki’s clients have a global reach and are faced with legal issues in many states, and he has successfully represented those clients before many state and federal courts across the country.

A native of Atlanta, Mr. Sedki is involved in the community by volunteering his time with local charities and organizations. Currently, Mr. Sedki sits on the Board of Directors of the Georgia Tech Bar Association. He is also the former treasurer and Board Member of the Georgia Tech Business Network.

Alec was named as a “Rising Star” from 2011 to 2014 by Georgia’s Super Lawyers magazine, an honor achieved each year by only 5 percent of Georgia attorneys.

Practice Areas

Representative Clients

A sampling of the matters in which Mr. Sedki has represented clients both in Georgia and in jurisdictions around the country includes:

  • Represented an international construction material manufacturer in a product defect action in the state of Michigan. Obtained summary judgment on behalf of the client and against the property owner and subcontractor.
  • Represented the family of a drunk-driving victim against the establishment that served the impaired driver alcohol. This Wrongful death/Dram Shop action resulted in a favorable settlement for the client.
  • Represented multiple mortgage lenders in actions against the co-conspirators in mortgage fraud schemes, which resulted in substantial verdicts and settlements in favor of the clients.
  • Successfully represented multiple mortgage lenders in actions for the recovery of mortgage brokers’ bonds as required by O.C.G.A. § 7-1-1003.2.
  • Represented an owner of a multi-million dollar piece of property in a partition action against the co-owners. Obtained summary judgment on behalf of the client and was granted permission to sell the property on the open market.
  • Represented multiple purchasers of tax deeds in the Quiet Title process from barring the rights of redemption up through and including removing all clouds on the title of the property.
  • Represented an individual in an employment discrimination case against her former employer. This case resulted in a favorable settlement to the plaintiff.


  • Georgia Institute of Technology (B.C.E.)
  • University of Georgia School of Law (J.D.)


  • Georgia, 2002

Administrative/Legal Assistant Contact

Name: Leigh Dowden
Title: Legal Assistant
Phone: 404.997.6024

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