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Taylor Tapley Daly

Taylor Tapley Daly


Atlantic Station
201 17th Street NW
Suite 1700
Atlanta, GA 30363

Taylor practices in the areas of commercial litigation, product liability, dispute resolution and collaborative law. She was admitted to the Bar in 1979.


Taylor practices in the areas of commercial litigation, product liability, dispute resolution and collaborative law. She was admitted to the Bar in 1979.


Taylor Tapley Daly

Taylor practices in the areas of commercial litigation, product liability, dispute resolution and collaborative law. She was admitted to the Bar in 1979.



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  • Has represented business clients in cases involving breach of contract for sales and services, business disputes, property damage due to fire, flood or wind, shipping and freight claims, contractual indemnifications, insurance subrogation and bad faith claims
  • Has represented manufacturers of and dealers of products including medical devices, pharmaceuticals, recreational vehicles, food products, construction equipment, material handling equipment, scaffolding and personnel lifts, formaldehyde, children's products, medical devices, and household products
  • Has experience with complex medical and technical issues, with class action, multidistrict and multi-claim litigation involving medical devices, pharmaceuticals, formaldehyde, food products, and manufactured housing
  • Has experience with product recalls and consumer warnings campaigns
  • Has managed aspects of national and regional litigation for a variety of clients, which management responsibility included development of systems for investigation of claims, litigation processing, national defense strategies, local counsel networks, and national settlement strategies
  • Handled numerous cases involving allegations of sexual misconduct including claims for negligent transmission of sexually transmitted diseases
  • A registered Mediator/Arbitrator with the Georgia Supreme Court since the inception of that program in 1994
  • Member of the commercial arbitration and mediation rosters for the American Arbitration Association
  • A trained collaborative law professional
  • Serves regularly as a neutral in matters with substantial monetary damages at issue; in commercial cases involving breach of contracts for services, sales, employment, franchise, professional partnerships, freight claims and shipping, insurance coverage issues and bad faith; and in tort matters involving personal injury, slander/libel, and sexual misconduct


  • Duke University School of Law
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


  • Georgia
  • Supreme Court of the United States
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

Practice Areas


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  • Registered Neutral with Georgia Supreme Court Office of Dispute Resolution since 1994
  • Arbitrator/Mediator, American Arbitration Association, Complex Cases Commercial Panel
  • Collaborative Law Practitioner, Collaborative Law Institute of Georgia
  • Dispute Resolution and Litigation Sections, American Bar Association
  • Chair (2013), Board Member (2010–2012) Dispute Resolution Section, Georgia Bar Association
  • Board Member at Large, Atlanta Bar Association (2006–2007)
  • Chair (2005–2006), Board Member (1999–present), Atlanta Dispute Resolution Lawyers Section
  • Georgia Arbitrators Forum
  • DRI – The Voice of the Defense Bar
  • Collaborative Law Institute of Georgia
  • National Association of Women Lawyers
  • Georgia Association of Women Lawyers
  • Board of Directors, Georgia Appleseed Center for Law and Justice
    • Serves as Nelson Mullins’ team leader for Georgia Appleseed's Effective Discipline in Public Schools and JUSTGeorgia (revisions to Georgia's Juvenile Code) projects
  • Board of Directors, Atlanta Legal Aid Society
  • Administrator, Atlanta Bar Dispute Resolution Lawyers Pro Bono Mediation Program for Atlanta Legal Aid
  • Active in the Firm's Wills for Heroes program (which provides wills and health directives on a pro bono basis to firefighters, police officers and EMTs across the State of Georgia)
  • Has served as a facilitator for the Consortium on Negotiations and Conflict Resolution, College of Law, Georgia State University’s Program for Conflict Resolution in Public Schools
  • Has served as pro bono legal counsel to the Maternal and Child Health Institute