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Benjamin I Fink

Benjamin I Fink

Practice areas:

Employment & Labor, Litigation

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1992

  1. Employment & Labor: 60%
    23 years, 250 cases
  2. Litigation: 40%
    23 years, 500 cases

Payment

Fees:

Hourly ($405/hour)

Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

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Contact Info

3475 Piedmont Road, N.E., Suite 1100
Atlanta, GA, 30305-4802

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
NJActive199305/29/2015
GAActive Member in Good Standing 199207/06/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo Contributions
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Best Lawyers in AmericaBest Lawyers2015
Top 100 GA Super LawyersSuper Lawyers Magazine2015
Super LawyerAtlanta Magazine2014
Legal EliteGeorgia Trend Magazine2014
Super Lawyers Business EditionSuper Lawyers Magazine2014
Top 100 GA Super LawyerSuper Lawyers Magazine2014
Super Lawyers Business EditionSuper Lawyers Magazine2013
Top 100 GA Super LawyerSuper Lawyers Magazine2013
Legal EliteGeorgia Trend Magazine2013
Super LawyerAtlanta Magazine2013
Super Lawyers Business EditionSuper Lawyers Magazine2012
Super LawyerAtlanta Magazine2012
Legal EliteGeorgia Trend Magazine2012
Super LawyerAtlanta Magazine2011
Legal EliteGeorgia Trend Magazine2011
Super LawyerAtlanta Magazine2010
Georgia Super LawyersSuper Lawyers Magazine2010
Super LawyerAtlanta Magazine2009
Super LawyerAtlanta Magazine2008
Super LawyerAtlanta Magazine2007
Super LawyerAtlanta Magazaine2006
Super LawyerAtlanta Magazine2005
AV RatingMartindale-HubbellN/A

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
The Paideia School Annual Fund VolunteerN/A2009 - Present
Conexx: America Israel Business ConnectorN/A2003 - Present
Duke University Alumni Admissions Advisory CommitteeN/A2000 - Present
Lawyers Club of AtlantaN/A1997 - Present
American Bar AssociationN/A1992 - Present
State Bar of GeorgiaN/A1992 - Present
DeKalb Bar AssociationN/A1992 - Present
Atlanta Bar AssociationN/A1992 - Present
Federal Bar AssociationN/A1992 - Present

Publications
Publication NameTitleDate
Attorney at Law Atlanta MagazineMobile Devices in the Workplace: Protecting Trade Secrets and Confidential Information2014
BFV E-NewsIs Strict Enforcement of Non-Competes Good Policy? Substantial Evidence Suggests it is Not2014
Korean American Bar Association of GeorgiaInterview with Mr. Benjamin Fink: Job Market for Students and Recent Grads2014
The Atlanta LawyerA Journey Back In Time: The National Center for Civil & Human Rights2014
BFV E-NewsBFV'S Global Reach2014
BFV E-NewsProtect your Company Information from Personal Devices2013
Atlanta Bar Association, Labor and Employment SectionThe Georgia Supreme Court's "Rejection" of the Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine - What it May Mean adn What it May Not2013
BFV E-NewsWhy We Do Pro Bono Work2013
ALM Legal PublicationsCo-Author, "Restrictive Covenant Litigation" chapter in Georgia Business Litigation, 2013, Daily Report Books, a division of ALM Media, LLC2013
Atlanta Bar Association, Labor and Employment SectionIs your Company BYOD or COPE?2013
BFV E-NewsIs Sending an Announcement "Solicitation?"2012
Business Law PerspectivesA Primer for Georgia Employers on What Litigation Underthe New Restrictive Covenants Act May Look Like2011
Business Law PerspectivesProtecting Your Customer Relationships in the BlackBerry Age2010
Business Law PerspectivesLitigation Holds and the Preservation of Relevant Information: Business Acumen and Good Management Practices in the Electronic Era2010
Business Law PerspectivesGeorgia's New Non-Compete Statute: Is This Legislation Good for Business in Georgia?2010
Business Law PerspectivesSignificant Changes to Georgia Law on Non-Competes Possibly on the Horizon2009
Builders ResourceHow to Protect Your Business from Employees Who Leave2007
Employment Law 360.comRestrictive Covenants in Georgia: Avoiding the Choice of Law Trap2006
TechLINKSCan Your Web Site Cause Your Company to be Sued in States Other than the State in Which Your Business is Located:2004
Technology Law Section Newletter, State Bar of GeorgiaPersonal Jurisdiction and the Internet: Changing the Rules or Not?2003
The Human ResourceProtecting Your Business from Start to Finish: Identifying Your Objectives When Using Restrictive Covenants in Employment Agreements2003
Competitive EdgeEmployment Agreements-Leaving Employees Can Sometime Be Thieving Employees2002
HREmployment Agreements in Georgia: Avoiding Costly Mistakes1999

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Emory University School of Law N/AJ.D.1992
Duke UniversityPolitical ScienceB.A.1989

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
Future of Non-Competes as a Tool for Protecting Trade SecretsFuture of Non-Competes as a Tool for Protecting Trade Secrets2014
Trade Secret Management & Monetization SymposiumTrade Secret Management & Monetization Symposium2013
Personal Electronic Devices & Protection of Trade SecretsPersonal Electronic Devices & Protection of Trade Secrets2013
Labor & Employment LawLabor & Employment Law2013
Covenants Not To CompeteCovenants Not To Compete2013
Covenants Not to Compete in GeorgiaCovenants Not to Compete in Georgia2012
The New Employment Law Puzzle: Putting the Pieces TogetherGeorgia's New Restrictive Covenant Act2011
Quarterly MeetingGeorgia's New Restrictive Covenant Act2011
QI Financial Leaders SeminarGeorgia's New Restrictive Covenant Act2011
How Does the New Georgia Non-Compete Law Affect my Business?Georgia's New Restrictive Covenant Act2011
Ethics, Professionalism and MentoringEthics, Professionalism and Mentoring2008
Covenants Not to Compete SeminarCovenants Not to Compete2008
The Layman's LawyerNon-Compete Agreements2003
Employers' Duties and ProblemsThe Use of Restrictive Covenants in Employment2003