Rosenzweig Law Moves To 75 Jackson

Staff Report From Newnan CEO

Thursday, December 12th, 2019

George Rosenzweig has moved his thriving rezoning, real estate, and business law practice to 75 Jackson, the synergistic workplace campus located at the intersection of Bullsboro Drive and Jackson Street, directly across the street from the University of West Georgia Newnan Campus.  One of Coweta County’s most accomplished attorneys, Rosenzweig is a trusted legal advocate focused on complex civil litigation, at both the trial level and on appeal, in addition to assisting clients with alternate dispute resolution through mediation and arbitration.

As the West Georgia area grows, Rosenzweig Law also successfully represents lenders, builders, and developers in numerous land use, zoning, and variance proceedings in front of local governments.

Next week, the Newnan law firm will represent national developer Dominium to support a local rezoning request designed to increase access and availability of safe, affordable homes for senior citizens who want to live, work, play – and stay – in Coweta County.

Rosenzweig Law’s new offices are nestled among gardens and green space at one of the busiest crossroads in Newnan.

Neighboring other land use, zoning, and real estate development businesses including Josey, Young & Brady Realty, K.A. Oldham Design, Inc., Maldino & Wilburn, and Butler Capital Management, the Newnan law firm is sharpening its strategic focus and operating structure to better achieve strategic goals for results-oriented clients.

In addition to convenient off-street parking and easier access for clients from around the country, Rosenzweig Law is moving to a paperless workflow at its new location to reduce waste while continually improving case outcomes.

“The information age is changing the way attorneys approach many areas of their legal practice, including how to most effectively, ethically, manage legal technology on behalf of our clients,” George Rosenzweig recently said in a statement to the Coweta, Fayette, Carroll and  local Newnan Law community.

“Staffed by the same friendly faces you know and trust, Nancy Williams and Debbie Carmical will continue to provide outstanding office and case management services to our clients, colleagues, and courts. They are joined by Amy Coria, who supports our electronic discovery operations. I am excited about where legal technology will take us in 2020 and beyond.”