FisherBroyles, LLP, the first and world’s largest distributed law firm partnership, is pleased to announce the addition of Gordon M. Berger as a partner in the firm’s Atlanta office and Labor & Employment and Litigation practice groups.
“We welcome Gordon to FisherBroyles as an integral member of our Labor & Employment and Litigation teams,” said FisherBroyles’ General Counsel and Managing Partner of Litigation Joel M. Ferdinand. “Gordon is representative of the great talent we attract around the country as we continue to grow our firm in key areas to enhance our services to clients.”
Mr. Berger said, “I am very pleased and proud to be a part of FisherBroyles. I look forward to offering my clients unmatched value and service, which the firm’s unique and highly attractive distributed partnership model helps cultivate.”
Mr. Berger has more than 25 years of experience representing corporations in litigation and preventative measures involving employment matters, contracts and commercial disputes. He has significant experience in advising clients concerning HR outsourcing, as well as professional employer organizations (PEOs) and alternative staffing organizations or administrative services organizations (ASOs).
Prior to joining FisherBroyles, Mr. Berger was a partner at Ford & Harrison LLP. He also previously practiced at Wagner, Johnston & Rosenthal, P.C.
Mr. Berger received his J.D. from Emory School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Rochester.
About FisherBroyles, LLP
Founded in 2002, FisherBroyles, LLP is the first and world’s largest distributed law firm partnership. The Next Generation Law Firm® has grown to over 225 attorneys in 22 offices nationwide. The FisherBroyles’ efficient and cost-effective Law Firm 2.0® model leverages talent and technology instead of unnecessary overhead that does not add value to our clients, all without sacrificing BigLaw quality. Visit our website at www.fisherbroyles.legal to learn more about our firm’s unique approach and how we can best meet your legal needs.