Kelsey Grodzicki

Kelsey Grodzicki is the managing attorney of the Litigation & Trial Practice and Default Departments of Campbell & Brannon, LLC where he oversees the litigation, foreclosure, bankruptcy, eviction, and title curative departments. His primary practice areas include real estate litigation, mortgage servicing and foreclosure litigation, bankruptcy litigation, and non-judicial foreclosures. He represents clients in a wide variety of complex civil litigation and bankruptcy matters involving contract disputes, real estate and quiet title actions, and lien priority actions. In the commercial context, Mr. Grodzicki handles a wide variety of matters, including commercial collections and breach of contract claims, along with tort claims such as fraud and negligent misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duties by managers of corporations and limited liability companies. Mr. Grodzicki is a member of the Real Property Section of the State Bar of Georgia.

Born: Atlanta, Georgia
Admitted to Bar: 2010, Georgia; 2011, Tennessee

Publications:

  • LexisNexis Practice Guide: Georgia Real Estate Litigation, 2017 Edition, published by LexisNexis
  • June 2017, DSNews Magazine¸ Counsel’s Corner Interview with Kelsey Grodzicki regarding Regulatory Compliance in Today’s Technology-Inundated Mortgage Industry
  • May 2014, Phoenix Group Journal, FCRA Compliance: Handling a Consumer’s Dispute Under the Letter of the Law and the Supervision of the CFPB
  • July 2012, Legal League Quarterly, Don’t’ Get Fooled by a Borrower’s Attorney: Shortened Response Requirements for Qualified Written Requests Have Yet to Take Effect
  • 34th Annual Georgia Real Property Law Institute, Wrote and Presented: Impact of the Government Mortgage Settlement on the Lending Industry-2012
  • March 2012, Legal League Quarterly, Does your loan Modification Offer Create a Contract?

Presentations and Awards:

  • ­2017 Super Lawyers, Selected to 2017 Rising Star List, Georgia
  • April 2016, Community Assistance Center’s 2015-2016 Award for Outstanding Legal Services for pro bono litigation services provided to the Community Assistance Center, a non-profit
  • 34th Annual Georgia Real Property Law Institute, Wrote and Presented: Impact of the Government Mortgage Settlement on the Lending Industry-2012

Education:

J.D. Stetson University College of Law (2009)
B.A. Furman University (2006)

Admissions:
Licensed in: Georgia, Tennessee.
Admitted to Practice Before:
• All Georgia Trial and Appellate Courts
• United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth, Sixth, and Eleventh Circuits
• United States District Courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Georgia
• United States District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Tennessee

Involvement:
•Member, Real Property Law Section, State Bar of Georgia
•Member, Young Lawyers Division, Real Estate Law Section, State Bar of Tennessee
•Member, American Legal & Financial Network, Default Services Practice Group Committee