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Attorney

Douglas B. Warner is the Senior Partner of Warner, Hooper & Ramsey, a law firm involved in litigation of serious civil cases, land condemnation cases, public entity representation, estate planning, general commercial transactional work, and legal issues important to the aviation community.  Doug attended Georgia Tech and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from Georgia State University in 1972 and his law degree from Emory University Law School in 1975. Doug is admitted to practice in all Georgia federal and state courts of record and the U. S. Supreme Court.  He has the highest peer review rating of AV Preeminent for legal ability and ethical standards.

He has served as Chairman of the Eminent Domain Section of the State Bar of Georgia, President of the Georgia EMC Counsel Association, President of the Fayette County Bar Association, President of the Peachtree City Rotary Club, and Chairman of the Fayette Family YMCA.  He has served on the Board of Directors of the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce and the Community Foundation of Fayette County, the Board of Directors of the Fayette Piedmont Hospital, and as a Member of the Peachtree City Development Authority.  He currently serves as legal counsel for Coweta-Fayette EMC. For 30 years Doug also served as general counsel for the Peachtree City Airport Authority. He was local coordinator of the effort to attract the FAA approach control facility to Fayette County.  He has served as a Mentor, Partner in Education, and School Council Chairman in the Fayette County school system.  He currently serves on the North Georgia Advisory Board of Synovus Bank.  Doug was named Outstanding Business Person of the Year for 2009 by the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce. 

During his youth, he was an active Civil Air Patrol cadet, obtained his private pilot’s license at age 17, and has flown as an instrument-rated general aviation pilot all of his life. In addition to his interest in aviation, Doug enjoys hunting, fishing and golf.  He lives in Fayetteville with his wife Carol and their two children, Adam and Emilie.