The Sharman Law Firm, LLC
The Sharman Law Firm represents plaintiffs in all areas of employment law, including:
- federal age, sex, race, religion, and disability discrimination claims
- sexual harassment
- employment contracts
- non-compete and other restrictive covenant agreements
- severance agreements
- commission disputes
- wage and hour and overtime disputes
- Family & Medical Leave Act issues
- ERISA claims
- appellees and appellants in final and interim appeals
Atlanta Employment Attorney Paul Sharman
Georgia and Florida employment attorney Paul Sharman received his undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and law degree from Georgia State University. Prior to entering law school, Paul enjoyed a successful career in project management for a large consulting firm. Paul attended law school part-time while continuing his consulting career. In law school, Paul was an associate editor for the Georgia State University Law Review.
Following law school, Paul worked as an associate at a midsize Atlanta law firm, specializing in litigation, corporate law and employment law. Paul later joined a prominent midtown Atlanta employment law firm and focused full time on representing plaintiffs in employment law matters.
In 2011, Paul opened The Sharman Law Firm LLC to serve clients in wage and hour, employment discrimination, employee benefits and other employment-related disputes. Paul is admitted to the State Bars of Georgia of Georgia and Florida, all Federal District Courts in Georgia and Florida, and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
In addition to his practice as an Atlanta employment attorney, Paul serves on the Board of Directors of the North Fulton Bar Association and is also an active member of the Atlanta Bar Association, American Bar Association, and the National Employment Lawyers Association, Georgia chapter.
Paul was named a Rising Star in Employment Law by SuperLawyers in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Paul is married to a fellow attorney and takes great pride in the accomplishments of their two daughters.