Janet Bozeman

Atlanta Real Estate Lawyer

Jan Bozeman joined Williams Teusink, LLC as Of Counsel in 2024 after serving as principal of Hyatt & Stubblefield, P.C. for 16 years. With over 20 years of experience working with real estate developers and community associations, Jan’s practice focuses on advising developers on the legal infrastructure for planned communities, mixed-use and new urban communities, condominiums, destination resorts, and other complex real estate developments. Her work includes consulting on and drafting covenants and other documentation for small- and large-scale residential projects, age-qualified projects, and vertical and horizontal mixed-use, commercial, and industrial projects. Jan also creates club membership programs for project amenities and counsels clients on workouts of troubled projects, community association operations, and corporate governance.

Before joining Hyatt & Stubblefield, Jan’s practice involved the representation of condominium and homeowners associations on a wide range of issues, including construction defect and development issues, covenant enforcement, corporate governance, easement disputes, sexual harassment, and fair housing claims. Prior to attending law school, she worked in theatre design and as a paralegal and completed internships with the Supreme Court of Georgia, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Georgia Office of the Attorney General.

Jan is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers and is a former co-chair of the State Bar of Georgia Women in the Profession Committee, Young Lawyers Division.

Jan is a frequent speaker on issues relating to real estate development, senior housing and community associations and Editor of the Community Association Law Reporter.