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Logan Moses Owens

Logan Moses Owens



Logan Owens is a trial lawyer who represents clients throughout the United States in high-stakes matters that often exceed $100 million in exposure. Her experience includes representing Fortune 500 companies and spans a variety of litigation areas, including complex torts, product liability, premises liability, transportation, bad faith litigation, and business litigation. She also handles matters involving cybersecurity, government contracting, and construction.

Recently, Logan served as second chair for the defense in a trial in which the jury delivered a defense verdict after the plaintiff requested $40 million. She also has experience in mediation and settlement negotiations.

Earlier in her career, Logan served as a staff attorney to the Honorable Jay M. Roth, Fulton County State Court, managing Judge Roth's civil docket of more than 600 cases. She also served as a staff attorney to the Honorable John J. Goger, Fulton County Superior Court, managing Judge Goger's civil docket of more than 200 cases. Prior to law school, Logan worked in public and media relations, managing accounts for health care, consumer, nonprofit, and corporate clients, including the development of crisis management plans.


  • Assisted lead trial counsel, acting as second chair for the defense, in Las Vegas trial in January 2020 where defense counsel parachuted into the case one week prior to trial; plaintiff asked jury for $40 million; received a unanimous defense verdict; settlement offer was $18 million.


  • Mercer University School of Law (J.D.)
  • University of Georgia (B.A.)
Bar Admissions
  • Georgia
Court Admissions
  • Georgia Supreme Court
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia
  • Georgia State Courts


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