Alyssa Blanchard 2017-18 Class of Leadership Cobb

Cobb Leadership 7.11.17Congratulations to our attorney Alyssa Blanchard for being announced in the 2017-18 class of Leadership Cobb. This recognition is focused on personal and professional growth through awareness, community resources and the social, political and economic needs of the community

4th of July Parade with O’Dell & O’Neal Attorneys

12111098765321Every year we invite the public to join us in watching the 4th of July Parade. Our office is located in the heart of downtown Marietta, an ideal spot to watch the parade. We also had complementary biscuits, snow cones, parking and beverages for everyone to enjoy. This year attorney Justin O’Dell handed out biscuits to trolley riders and drivers as they came by during the parade. We had a great crowd for 2017 and can’t wait to host again next year!

Good for Cobb

Good for cobbPrior to the SPLOST vote in November 2014, Justin O’Dell spent countless hours dedicating himself to the merits of its value to Cobb County. He knew that the continuation of the SPLOST would mean improvements in transportation, public safety and quality of life for all residents of Cobb. As co-chair of the effort to Secure Cobb’s Future, Justin understood that the needs of many should outweigh the negative few.

As a continuation of his efforts to secure a great future for residents of Cobb, Justin O’Dell has joined with other business leaders in the community in a grassroots initiative that will carry the torch for more progress. As Vice-Chair of the “Good for Cobb” Steering Committee, Justin will serve the community in promoting improvements through development and projects. Bringing the Braves to Cobb was just the beginning of many good things to come for the citizens of Cobb. From the courtroom to the community, Justin is committed to serving clients and community.


Leslie O’Neal Chairs Cobb Young Professionals

1380423_852264694815580_3567506577305390080_n“To be impactful and relevant economic, social and civic leaders in our communities.”

That is the vision of a dynamic group of young professional leaders in the Cobb Chamber of CommerceCobb Young Professionals is dedicated to cultivating leaders within the Cobb community who will thrive in the workplace and grow in their potential to contribute. O’Dell & O’Neal is proud to announce that Leslie O’Neal is the CYP Chair for 2015!

Cobb Young Professionals kicked off the new year at the Georgia Special Olympics Indoor Winter Games. They played basketball and cheered for the athletes, supporting a great organization in the spirit of training and competition for people with intellectual disabilities. At their kick-off celebration event, Leslie O’Neal announced many exciting and rewarding events and opportunities for CYP in 2015. We can’t wait to see how they develop their potential and strengthen Cobb County!

Justin O’Dell Receives 2015 Chairman’s Award

10410974_10204985281928258_8577167585810985675_nThe 2015 Chairman’s Award was presented to Justin O’Dell at the 73rd Cobb Chamber Annual Dinner Celebration. This award recognizes outstanding leadership, dedication, commitment, support and enthusiasm to the Cobb Chamber. Justin devoted much of his time to the renewal of the SPLOST, securing Cobb’s future as a leader in job creation, protecting our community and providing a quality of life that’s second to none.


O’Dell & O’Neal Applauds Cobb Voters

JustinIn addition to serving clients, Justin O’Dell worked tirelessly for months to Secure Cobb’s Future. His efforts as co-chair of the advocacy group for a 1% sales tax referendum to improve transportation, quality of life and public safety across Cobb county were met with victory as 53% of voters said yes. Mr. O’Dell took his courtroom experience in educating and advocating outside the courthouse to the citizens of Cobb at town hall meetings and civic gatherings. Approval of this SPLOST is a testament to the educated voters in Cobb and their strong desire secure the future of this county. Serving clients and community on a daily basis, Justin O’Dell is committed to moving people forward to a better future!

2014.11.05.MDJ – SPLOST Sails Through

2014.11.02.MDJ – The Truest Form of Transparency

2014.10.30.MDJ – Arguments at Final Debate

2014.10.15.MDJ – Wasteful vs. Fabulous

2014.10.12.MDJ – Parks and Recreation

2014.10.05.MDJ – Transportation Projects

2014.09.04.MDJ – SPLOST Editorial

2014.09.03.MDJ – Secure Cobb’s Future Part 1

2014.09.03.MDJ – Secure Cobb’s Future Part 2

Leslie O’Neal Reads to Kindergarten Class

Banner5This month, the students at Lockheed Elementary School in Marietta got a special treat. Leslie O’Neal spent time with Kindergarteners reading “Bunny Cakes”. In her role on the Cobb County Board of the United Way, Leslie always looks forward to volunteer opportunities in local elementary schools. The story of “Bunny Cakes” is much like legal disputes. Max and his sister, Ruby, have different ideas about what kind of cake to bake. But in the end, compromise prevails and a settlement is reached!