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Kaela Palmiter focuses her practice on business and tort litigation in state and federal courts. Her experience includes disputes related to breach of contract, class actions, and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and spans multiple stages of litigation, including discovery and motions practice.

Kaela maintains an active pro bono practice. As a part of the Firm's Post-Conviction Relief Initiative for Survivors of Human Trafficking, she assisted in obtaining an order terminating the probation of a client whose criminal convictions directly resulted from her human trafficking experience. Kaela also handles matters for the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation.


  • Group of LLCs reach settlement after two-week jury trialJones Day represented a group of foreign-owned commercial real estate investment companies against a financial institution in a two-week jury trial in the Northern District of Georgia.
  • University defends against antitrust conspiracy claimsJones Day is defending a university in a putative nationwide class action alleging that it and over a dozen other universities entered into a conspiracy in violation of federal antitrust laws to fix the amount of financial aid available to students.