Law Office of Joshua A. Millican, P.C.
44 Broad Street N.W., The Grant Building, Suite 607
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 522-1152 www.lawofficepc.com
Joshua A. Millican received a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in 1994 from Tulane University where he studied Economics and Ancient History. Mr. Millican received his Doctor of Law from Emory University in 1998, whereupon he was admitted to practice law in all Georgia courts, the Supreme Court of the United States, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia. Mr. Millican also participates in various organizations and is a Member of the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the State Bar of Georgia, the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, the Georgia Association of Personal Injury attorneys, the National Employment Lawyers Association (Georgia Chapter) and the Atlanta Bar Association.
Prior to opening the Law Office of Joshua A. Millican, P.C., Mr. Millican was General Counsel for certifiedemail.com, advising the internet start-up company on applicable corporate and securities issues including preparation of the company for acquisition by WebMD.
Mr. Millican’s litigation practice maintains an emphasis on criminal defense, personal injury, labor and employment law and other complex civil litigation. His criminal defense focuses on violations of both state and federal laws. His personal injury practice concentrates on automobile collisions, wrongful death, medical malpractice and slip and falls. Mr. Millican’s labor and employment practice primarily involves claims of employment discrimination and/or sexual harassment as well as FLSA minimum wage and overtime violations. His complex civil litigation practice involves the defense and prosecution of a broad variety of complex civil litigation matters including internet privacy claims, consumer fraud claims, shareholder derivative actions involving corporate wrongdoing and breaches of fiduciary duty under ERISA.