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Kindu A. Walker

Kindu A. Walker

Local Office Managing Partner

GA – Atlanta
T: 770.628.7113 | F: 770.628.7101

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Kindu concentrates his practice in the areas of premises, construction, professional (non-medical), governmental liability and automotive litigation. Kindu counsels and defends corporations, general and sub-contractors, insurers, local and state authorities, and individuals. He has significant litigation and trial experience defending his clients in complex litigation, mediation and pre-litigation matters stemming from negligence, fraud, misrepresentation, nonperformance, catastrophic injury, wrongful death, toxic tort and civil rights claims. Kindu also provides education and training to supervisors, managers and professional employees on topics such as  litigation trends, mitigating risk and avoiding litigation.

Kindu is a NFL Players Association (NFLPA) and Canadian Football League Players Association (CFLPA) contract advisor. His training includes agent regulations and player association legalities, contract negotiation, ethics, marketing, endorsements and sponsorships, collective bargaining agreements, draft preparation and recruiting.

After earning his degree from Hofstra University School of Law, Kindu clerked for the Honorable Susan H. Winfield and the Honorable John M. Mott of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.

Practices

  • First- and second-chaired more than 50 jury and bench trials.
  • Obtained dismissal of a Fortune 500 company in a toxic tort/product liability action involving more than 25 defendants in federal court.
  • Successfully argued dozens of summary judgment motions, motion to open defaults and motions to dismiss for apartment complexes in premises liability litigation, product manufacturers in product liability litigation and trucking/taxicab companies in automotive litigation.
  • Managed all aspects of litigation for national property management companies, building material, automobile and elevator manufacturers and insurance companies in construction, product and premises liability lawsuits in state and federal courts.