"[W]e spoke with defense counsel the other day and they commented that having Kurt against them felt like they [were] bringing a knife to a gunfight. We Agree."

Why Us?

Kastorf Law is a boutique law firm that helps individuals, companies, and organizations handle their most challenging issues. Its practice is centered around three pillars: litigation, regulation, and appeals. Learn whether Kastorf Law is the right fit for your problem.

Meet Kurt

Kurt Kastorf is a trial and appellate attorney. He specializes in resolving complex litigation and regulatory problems. Kurt represents both plaintiffs and defendants in trial and appellate courts, both directly and by consulting with lawyers or associating with them on cases.

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Practice Areas

Kastorf Law represents companies and individuals in both tort and business litigation, with an emphasis on high value cases seemingly headed for trial.

Kastorf Law represents organizations and individuals in complex administrative proceedings, high stakes enforcement actions, and regulatory litigation.

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Kurt Kastorf has worked on more than 100 appeals, in every circuit of the United States Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Georgia.

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Handling your toughest dispositive motions and motions in limine

Awards and Accolades

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Regulatory Litigation

DeKalb County Ethics Boards Files Motion to Resume Operation

DeKalb Ethics Board Asks Judge to Let It Get Back To Work The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has recent coverage of Kastorf Law’s effort to allow the DeKalb County Ethics Board to continue to do its job. If your organization has a regulatory litigation problem, learn how Kastorf Law can help, and

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Attorneys Bethany Schneider and Steven Newton obtained a $1 million trial verdict in Fulton County
Pretrial Litigation & Strategy

Analysis of a Trial Win: Montague v. Herrera

$1+ Million for a Rear End Collision in Fulton County, Georgia Congratulations to Bethany Schneider and Steven Newton for obtaining more than $1 million from a Fulton County jury on behalf of a woman rear ended when another vehicle suddenly stopped in front of her. Kastorf Law caught up with

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Motions in Limine: The Complete Guide (3/3)

Part III: How to Draft Effective Responses to Motions in Limine Part I of this series covered advance preparation for a deluge of motions in limine. Part II addressed how to engage in triage when you’ve received a stack of motions in limine. Finally, the main event. It is time to identify and

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About Us

Kurt Kastorf again selected for inclusion in SuperLawyers

Kurt Kastorf, an Atlanta appellate and trial attorney, has been selected for inclusion in SuperLawyers Thank you to colleagues and co-counsel for nominating me for inclusion in SuperLawyers for the past seven years (The first four in Washington, D.C., and the most recent in Atlanta, GA). I am listed for

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Kastorf Law helps defeat subpoena against nonprofit organization

Kastorf Law, which helps organizations faced with enforcement actions, defeated a subpoena targeting a non-profit census organization Kastorf Law is pleased to report a nice win for our client, getting a subpoena quashed against Fair Count, a wonderful organization focused exclusively on ensuring that the 2020 census is fair and

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Part II of Kastorf Law's Complete Guide to Motions in Limine
Pretrial Litigation & Strategy

Motions in Limine: The Complete Guide (2/3)

Part II: Effective Triage When You’ve Received a Stack of Motions in Limine Part I of this series covered advance preparation for a deluge of motions in limine. But ultimately,  you can only do so much in advance. The real fun cannot start until the motions arrive. How should you engage in effective

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