Jeff Braintwain attended the University of Virginia from 1994 to 1998 where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature. Mr. Braintwain then attended the Wake Forest University School of Law between 1998 and 2001. In law school, Mr. Braintwain’s honors included election to the Chief Justice Joseph Branch Inn of Court and several awards in Moot Court competitions, including at the National level. Since obtaining his law degree, Mr. Braintwain has focused his practice almost exclusively on defending health care providers facing allegations of professional negligence at both the trial and appellate level, as well as representing professionals appearing before licensing boards. In addition, Mr. Braintwain also has experience representing both individual physicians as well as health care systems in credentialing disputes.
Mr. Braintwain successfully has tried dozens of cases to verdict for physicians, nurses, hospital systems, medical practices, as well as long-term care providers in courts throughout Georgia. In addition, Mr. Braintwain has experience defending numerous, similar matters compelled to binding arbitration, including situations in which arbitration agreements must be enforced over opposition.
In his practice, Mr. Braintwain has appeared on behalf of his clients all levels of Georgia’s courts, including trial courts, the Court of Appeals, and the Georgia Supreme Court. He also is licensed to practice and has represented clients in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, the Middle District of Georgia, as well as the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.