Results driven.






In June 2016, Mr. Mason represented the Buyer of two (2) shopping centers in Forsyth County, Georgia. The purchase price was $6,625,000.00. 



On Monday, March 27, 2017, Mr. Mason represented the buyer of a 59,000+ sq. ft. warehouse- office building in Peachtree Corners. The purchase price was $4,264,920.00. The purchase was part of a previous 1031 tax free exchange that Mr. Mason handled for the buyer in 2016.



Mr. Mason settled a divorce case on the day of trial on October 25, 2018. The divorce involved an almost thirty (30) year marriage, millions of dollars in marital assets, and a significant premarital estate for Mason Bahr LLP’s client.



In December 2014, Mr. Mason served as Buyer's attorney and closing attorney for the acquisition of three parcels of commercial property in Forsyth County, Georgia, totaling approximately thirteen acres at a total purchase of over $2,600,000.00.



In December 2013, Mr. Mason represented a commercial property owner and settled a property damage coverage case in Federal Court in North Carolina involving allegations of bad faith. The claim was settled for in excess of $2,500,000.



On October 4, 2016, Mr. Mason represented the Seller in a commercial real estate sale. The Seller sold a gas station – convenience store in Forsyth County, Georgia for $2,050,000.00. Mr. Mason assisted the Seller with the settlement proceeds and its 1031 exchange. 


On May 12, 2015, Mr. Mason represented a Mason Bahr LLP client who closed on its purchase of a piece of commercial real estate in Forsyth County, Georgia for $1,200,000. 



Mr. Mason settled a catastrophic injury case involving a young woman who was accidently run over by a car. The girl was placed in a medically induced coma for ten (10) days, she saw over thirty (30) physicians, and had seven (7) surgeries. Mr. Mason represented the young woman on claims against the other driver and various insurance companies. He succeeded in obtaining a seven (7) figure settlement of the claims for all available insurance. Mr. Mason retained a structured settlement company in Ohio to assist in establishing structured settlements that would provide regular financial support for the young woman for approximately fourteen (14) years, and then a large lump sum.



On January 8, 2013, Mr. Mason obtained summary judgment for a physician client in the Superior Court of Bibb County, Georgia. A prominent physician practice group sued Mr. Mason’s client for over $1,000,000 for the alleged breach of a purported employment agreement.



On March 13, 2009, Mr. Mason served as counsel to the purchaser of a piece of commercial real estate in Gwinnett County valued at over $1,000,000.00. 



In July 2004, Mr. Mason settled a catastrophic injury case on behalf of a severely injured client for in excess of $1,000,000.00. The client suffered a closed head injury and required facial reconstructive surgery.  



On October 5, 2018, Mr. Mason represented the seller of a gas-station convenience store, including real estate, with a sales price of $785,000.00. 



In May 2010, Mr. Mason settled a motorcycle injury case for $600,000.00, where Mason Bahr’s client suffered a partial amputation of his foot, a broken scapula, and broken clavicle.  The case settled for the maximum amount of insurance coverage that was available.



Mr. Carter represented an individual guarantor of a business loan with a loan balance in excess of $500,000.00. After suit was filed to collect the loan balance in March 2017, Mr. Carter negotiated a settlement with the lender for approximately twelve percent (12%) of the loan balance.



On January 12, 2018, Mr. Mason obtained a policy limits settlement with the tortfeasor’s insurance carrier and policy limits settlement with the UM insurance carrier for a Mason Bahr LLP client whose thumb was amputated in a horrific motor vehicle accident. 



On July 17, 2018, Mr. Mason settled a personal injury case on behalf of a severely injured client with a closed-head injury that resulted from a motor vehicle accident. 



In December 2017, Mr. Mason obtained a Judgment for $127,688 in Forsyth County, Georgia on behalf a commercial landlord client.



February 2019, Mr. Mason obtained a Judgment for over $100,000 on behalf of a commercial landlord against a large commercial tenant.



In March 2017, Mr. Mason represented the seller of a prominent corner property in Downtown Atlanta on a multi-million dollar real estate sale. The sales price for only part of the corner property was $7,500,000.00. The property is being developed as part of mixed use $30,000,000.00+ mid-rise development that includes retail and apartments.

In April 2017, Mr. Carter was successful in arguing a Motion to Dismiss filed on behalf of a Defendant commercial property owner who had been sued for $71,000,000.00 in damages.

In July 2017, Mr. Mason represented the purchaser of over sixteen (16) acres in a highly desirable section of North Fulton directly off of GA 400. The client intends to develop the parcel with a large office-warehouse.


On January 21, 2014, the Georgia Court of Appeals affirmed the grant of summary judgment to a physician client who was sued by a prospective employer over an alleged employment agreement. Mr. Mason represented the physician in the trial court and on appeal.

On February 14, 2013, Mr. Mason obtained a denial of a Motion for Injunctive Relief in the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina.


Mr. Carter represented a commercial property owner regarding multiple litigation matters concerning a commercial tenancy. After inheriting the matters from another lawyer, Mr. Carter obtained a favorable ruling from the trial court which was subsequently upheld on appeal to the Georgia Court of Appeals. In addition, Mr. Carter was successful in having the tenant’s separate lawsuit dismissed.


In January 2015, after approximately two years of contentious litigation against a national bank, Mr. Carter successfully negotiated a Mutual Dismissal on behalf of two developers of a failed residential real estate development. The bank previously had foreclosed on real property that secured a loan, and sued the individual developers on personal guaranties for a deficiency of approximately $750,000. Mr. Carter's settlement resulted in the clients paying nothing to the bank on the $750,000 deficiency.