1941-2021 In Memoriam
K. Morgan Varner, III, practiced transactional law and business dispute resolution of all types, representing both entrepreneurs and established companies. He had significant experience in construction law and was a member of the firm's Construction Service Group and an adjunct member of the Business and Complex Litigation Group and the Corporate Services Group in the firm's Atlanta office. Mr. Varner also practiced business succession and estate planning for the principals of his business clients.
Blocking Payment of Cashier's Checks and Related Remedies
Partition of Real Property
Commercial Construction Projects
Negotiating the Design/Build Contract
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Appassionato Society Member
High Museum, Roundtable Member
United Way, The Alexis de Tocqueville Society Member
Following law school graduation in 1966, Morgan entered the U.S. Army Artillery pursuant to an R.O.T.C. commission. After serving as a battery commander and division artillery fire support coordinator, he was discharged in 1969 as a Captain. His first job as a lawyer was with Kilpatrick, Cody, Rogers, McClatchey & Regenstein (now Kilpatrick Stockton) in Atlanta. After three years, he left that firm and started a firm which became known as Varner & Stephens, and then Varner, Stephens, Humphries & White, which merged with Stites & Harbison in 1999.
Morgan's civic and community involvement was generally focused on the arts and charities, including the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, where he was a member of the Appassionato Society; the High Museum (Roundtable member); and the United Way (member of The Alexis de Tocqueville Society). He also conducted Church School classes on various aspects of the development and beliefs of religious thought. Morgan was a member of several Boards of Directors and was a member of the Duke Law School Board of Visitors.
Morgan was an avid fan of all sports, particularly Duke basketball.
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