Cade Parian
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Cade Parian

Cade Parian joined the Miles Mediation & Arbitration panel in February 2022 after serving for a year on the ADR on Demand panel. Although he has spent the past 8 years representing Plaintiffs in personal injury matters, he brings a wide range of experiences and perspectives to helping parties resolve their disputes no matter the subject matter.

A 4th generation west Georgian, his roots run deep along the banks of the Chattahoochee River. Cade has an active law practice with offices in both Carroll and Haralson Counties. His practice has been wide ranging since he was first admitted to the bar. Mr. Parian’s legal career began at a large civil litigation defense firm in Birmingham where he traveled across the country representing automobile and recreational vehicle manufacturers. The mentoring he received at this law firm came from some of the best products liability defense lawyers in America. This was where Cade was first introduced to the mediation process. Observing the delicate “push and pull” style of different mediators across the country in high stakes litigation planted the thought inside his head of “Maybe there is a better way to resolve conflict than beating each other bloody in a courtroom?”

Cade Parian’s career then took a turn homeward to Carrollton, Georgia. Settling back down in the Eastern time zone, his “small town” law career was anything but general practice. The early years of his practice in west Georgia were spent representing the nation’s largest real estate title insurance company and their insureds. The disputes were wide-ranging. The money on the line was big. Oh and did we mention this representation was during the Great Recession period?

The economic crash caused multiple Georgia banks to fail. With bank failures, came mountains of disputes about the validity of loan documents and property valuations. It was the wild west (pun intended) of trials. Cade Parian‘s best estimate is that he represented over 500 people and companies during this time against large banks tasked with taking over the smaller failed banks by FDIC. Hundreds of jury and non-jury trials were conducted where he was lead counsel. To say these cases hinged on very specific and laser-targeted details is an understatement. Contract law, bankruptcy law, construction law, and real estate law were all common topics in these cases.

Mr. Parian has also represented municipalities including the cities of Carrollton, Temple, and Whitesburg, Georgia. In addition, he has represented trade organizations and companies in the halls of the Georgia Capitol.


Admitted to Practice

  • Georgia, 2008
  • Alabama, 2006
  • 11th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • US District Court, Northern District of Georgia
  • US District Court, Northern District of Alabama



  • Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2006
  • University of West Georgia (which he affectionately calls “The Harvard of the South”), Bachelor’s in Business Administration (Marketing), 2000


Professional or Trade Affiliations

  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Alabama State Bar
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
  • American Association of Justice
  • DRI (former member)
  • Carroll County Bar Association