Paul Joseph (PJ) Spina is a member of the litigation practice group, working in all areas of intellectual property litigation including patent, trademark, copyright, and various other intellectual property disputes.
PJ received his degree in applied mathematics with a concentration in biomedical sciences from Auburn University and his J.D. from Georgia State College of Law. During his time at Georgia State, PJ served as a summer clerk for the Honorable Justice Shawn Ellen LaGrua of the Supreme Court of Georgia, and as a health policy and legislation intern for the Georgia Department of Public Health.
Prior to joining Thomas|Horstemeyer, PJ’s practice involved federal appellate litigation surrounding the utilization of newly developed medical technologies, vaccines, and products to combat the recent global health pandemic. As a result, PJ is highly skilled in navigating cases across jurisdictions nationwide and drafting pleadings involving complex, novel issues of first impression before various courts.