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Regina Molden is a trial lawyer and Managing Partner of Molden & Associates. She focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, and employment matters, including wrongful termination, employment discrimination, wage/hour and overtime law, disability and medical leave, sexual harassment, retaliation, and employment and non-compete agreements. With a winning record as a trial lawyer, Regina understands the benefit of settling without litigation, but also knows and is completely undaunted by the prospect of taking a matter all the way to trial if needed. She knows what it takes to win regardless of whether her client is a plaintiff or defendant.
Prior to founding The Molden Law Firm, Regina was an associate in the Securities Litigation Group at Alston & Bird, LLP where she successfully defended a number of directors and officers against business related claims, including fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, corporate waste and misrepresentation. Prior to practicing law, Regina worked as an advertising account executive. Her experience includes television, radio and newspaper advertising sales.
Regina is continually acknowledged as a leader in the legal field. In 2016, she recognized by the American Institute of Legal Counsel as one of the 10 best Labor and Employment Law Attorneys in Georgia based on client satisfaction. She was recognized by The Daily Report as one of Georgia’s Top 10 lawyers under the age of 40 “predicted to leave their mark on the profession,” and has been profiled by Small Firm Magazine regarding her work as a trial lawyer. Regina was also profiled in Georgia Super Lawyers Magazine and has appeared on the cover of Atlanta Woman Magazine. Year after year, she receives the AVVO award for client satisfaction. Visit www.avvo.com to read Regina’s client review.
Regina earned her J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law, and her undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, from Stillman College, where she was a Presidential Scholar.
Regina is admitted to practice before all courts in the State of Georgia. Her federal employment practice also takes her to a number of States outside of Georgia.