Dimeji focuses his practice on employment law and business litigation. Dimeji’s employment law practice focuses on the areas of employment discrimination, retaliation, harassment, ERISA/employee benefits, and employment contracts. Dimeji further sub-specializes in ERISA litigation in which he has litigated numerous cases for benefits claims in various federal courts throughout the country.
Dimeji’s business litigation experience is wide-ranging and includes representing and advising both large and small local, regional, national and international clients in state and federal courts in claims involving breach of contract, business torts, securities litigation, medical malpractice, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, construction litigation, and commercial landlord/tenant disputes.
Dimeji started his career with the law firm of Miller & Martin PLLC, where he gained more than 8 years of valuable and extensive experience litigating a variety of business and commercial litigation matters.
Dimeji is a native of Birmingham, Alabama and half Nigerian, which explains his intense love of both college football (specifically Auburn Tigers football) and fútbol (the beautiful game). He received his undergraduate degree from Yale University where he double-majored in history and political science and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree with Distinction in History. After graduating from Yale, Dimeji received his law degree from Vanderbilt University where he was a member of the Trial Advocacy Society Mock Trial Board and a dedicated teacher of local high school students in the Street Law Program.
Dimeji lives with his lovely wife Alyce in Atlanta, Georgia, where he is very active in his church, Avondale Church of Christ. He is an avid fan of college and professional football, soccer, and basketball and also has a passion for history, often speaking in academic settings on the intersectionality of history and the law.
- Employment Law
- Employment Discrimination
- Employment Contracts
- ERISA/Employee Benefits
- Business & Commercial Litigation
- Banking, Financial Services & Securities Litigation
- Construction Litigation