JONATHAN M. BRODERICK
Jonathan M. Broderick is a founding partner and Georgia lawyer at Broderick Law Group. He is a native Georgian. His desire to become a plaintiff’s Trial Attorney was sparked at the age of fifteen (15), when he was given his first opportunity to assist at a boutique law firm in Decatur, Georgia. Mr. Broderick maintained a position in that same firm until the completion of his Bachelor of Arts Degree in English at Morehouse in 2007. Following his time at Morehouse, Mr. Broderick gained employment as a Litigation Specialist.
Motivated by his love and passion for the law, Broderick made the decision to attend law school. In 2011, he began his law school career at Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. In 2014, armed with a solid foundation of the law and the love for the great state of Georgia, Mr. Broderick made the decision to return home, where he earned his Juris Doctorate degree, with honors, from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School.
Since being sworn into the Georgia Bar, Mr. Broderick has used his many years of “on-the-job” experience and relationships to develop a law brand that focuses on putting his clients first. His clients describe him as “knowledgeable, thoughtful, and results driven.” Mr. Broderick’s practice specialty areas include civil litigation and DUI.
Jonathan Broderick has been acknowledged by professional organizations as being a “Rising Star in the Field of Personal Injury” by the American Associates of Legal Advocate and a “Top 40 under 40” attorney by the National Black Lawyers Association. Mr. Broderick is also a proud member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.
Mr. Broderick prides himself on being the cavalry, sword and the shield for his client’s need during and after their claims are resolved.
SCOTT B. KUPERBERG
Scott joined Broderick Law Group as Of Counsel in 2017, following a sabbatical where he worked as a high school teacher and administrator overseas. The focus of Scott’s practice is business and real estate law, both litigation and transactions. His extensive experience (and success) in the courtroom and the boardroom allows Scott to provide complete advice and representation for his clients, in every situation or predicament. Scott’s practice allows him to represent large, multi-national corporations, new and growing business ventures, and individuals.
While Scott is a native New Yorker, he moved to Atlanta in 2005 and embraced his new home. Scott is involved with numerous charities and community organizations. Scott served on the Board of Directors of Rambam Atlanta Day School, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of Congregation Beit Yitzchak, in Norcross, Georgia.
In 2015, Scott published “Understanding Consumer Bankruptcy, A Guide for Businesses, Managers, and Creditors.“
- Syracuse University College of Law (JD, 2005)
- Brooklyn College – City University of New York (BA, 2002)
- Georgia (2005)
- Tennessee (2011)
- New York (2013)
- United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit
- United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
- United States District Court – Northern District of Georgia
- United States District Court – Middle District of Georgia
- United States District Court – Southern District of Georgia
- United States District Court – Eastern District of Tennessee
- United States District Court – Middle District of Tennessee
- United States District Court – Southern District of Tennessee
Representative Cases and Transactions:
- Mihalik v. Southern Group (Dade County Superior Court, 2012) – $11 million verdict for the Plaintiff.
- Obtained an $800,000 verdict in favor of American Express in Fulton County Superior Court.
- Obtained a $1.5 million verdict in favor of a homeowners association in Barrow County Superior Court.
- Represented the buyer in a $6 million gas station purchase in Illinois.
- Represented the lender in a $13 million golf course purchase.
- Represented a New York venture capital firm in the purchase of $900 million of distressed notes from banks in Georgia and Tennessee.
SUZETTE “SUZY” DE LARA
Suzette “Suzy” De Lara is the lead associate attorney at the Broderick Law Group, PC.
With years of legal experience, Suzy focuses on representing those who suffered injuries at the fault of others. She has played instrumental roles on high profile multi-million dollar personal injury lawsuits, including but not limited to: catastrophic motor vehicle collisions; wrongful death claims from motor vehicle collisions, shootings at apartment complexes and nightclubs, nursing homes, use of tobacco products, hazing, and police brutality. Now, she brings this experience and talent to the Broderick Law Group, PC.
Suzy is a Florida native born and raised in Miami. She attended Florida International University for her undergraduate degree in sociology and anthropology. Suzy always had a passion for helping others. Her degree allowed her to investigate and report on the mistreatment and disparate pay for crop pickers and day care employees, speak with underprivileged youths at detention centers, and travel to the Dominican Republic to aid disadvantaged children. Her experiences led her to pursue law through Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. She was humbled by her past experiences and regularly gives back to her family and the community.
Colleagues and former clients would call her “charismatic, understanding, and bright.” Suzy believes no task is above or below her and takes that unique approach to the practice of law and client representation. Suzy will walk a client through each stage of their case type, what to expect, and is always available to discuss status and strategy.
MICHAEL C. WYNTER
Michael C. Wynter is an Associate Attorney at Broderick Law Group, P.C. His practice primarily focuses on personal injury litigation, labor and employment, and Social Security disability claims. Michael advises clients about the initial, reconsideration, and appeal process of the Title II and XVI of the Social Security Act disability claims. He also counsels and represents clients in litigation involving federal and state employment discrimination and retaliation cases.
Prior to joining the practice, Mr. Wynter served as the law clerk to the Honorable Alison Smith-Lynn of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. During his tenure as a law clerk, he assisted the Administrative Judge with legal research and writing, and drafted judicial opinions and orders. The cases involved Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Pay Act of 1963, The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, Americans with Disability Act of 1990, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008. Mr. Wynter was also a federal employee with the Social Security Administration holding various positions, including labor relations specialist and disability examiner.
Mr. Wynter graduated magna cum laude from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School and was awarded the prestigious John E. Ryan and Salomon Merit scholarships in recognition of his academic achievements. In law school, Michael served as the Executive Legislator Editor of the Atlanta’s John Marshall School Law Review. As an Editor, his comment “What is the Proper Test? The Implications of Quigg v. Thomas County School District on Mixed-Motive Title VII Cases at Summary Judgment,” was published in the Law Journal.
Michael is originally from New York, but now calls Atlanta home. He enjoys spending time with his two young boys and traveling.