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I specialize in labor and employment law and serve clients throughout metro Atlanta, Georgia and elsewhere.  I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1998 and have been practicing exclusively in labor and employment law since.  I have practiced with top-notch firms and represented clients of all sizes, from Fortune 100 companies to individual employees.  I enjoy helping clients solve their legal issues in the most cost-effective way.  I represent and advise clients in all aspects of the employment relationship, including discrimination claims, employment contracts, employee discipline and termination, non-competes and other restrictive covenants, compliance with disability and medical leave laws, wage and overtime disputes, violation of health and safety regulations, and other alleged statutory, regulatory and common law violations.  In addition to my litigation work, I regularly negotiate and draft corporate policy handbooks, employment contracts, separation agreements and restrictive covenants.  I also develop and present training programs and frequently speak and write on labor and employment law topics. 


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Practice areas


  1. Sexual Harassment: 25%
    16 years
  2. Employment & Labor: 25%
    16 years
  3. Discrimination: 25%
    16 years
  4. Wrongful Termination: 25%
    16 years



Hourly ($300-350/hour)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

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    I endorse this lawyer. Mr. Fidlon was opposing counsel in a employment/labor matter. He represented his client, an employee, very well. As a result of his efforts we settled the matter and his client received a fair settlement. Mr. Fidlon is a very capable lawyer, professional, knowledgeable of the law and an experienced negotiator


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Contact info

Law Offices of Gregory R. Fidlon, P.C.

1200 Abernathy Rd NE #1700
Atlanta, GA, 30328-5671


GAActive Member in Good Standing 200311/07/2015
NYCurrently registered 199903/13/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Who's Who AwardWho's Who-Executives and Professionals2012
Employment/Labour Law Firm of the Year in GeorgiaCorporate INTL2011
Who's Who AwardStrathmore's Who's Who2010
Who's Who in American LawMarquis Who's Who in American Law2006
Law ReviewUniversity of Pennsylvania Law School1996
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
OwnerLaw Offices of Gregory R. Fidlon, P.C.2009 - Present
Of CounselHipes Law LLC2008 - Present
AttorneyAshe, Rafuse & Hill, LLP2006 - 2008
AttorneyDow Lohnes & Albertson2003 - 2006
AttorneyKaye Scholer1998 - 2003
Association namePosition nameDuration
State Bar of GeorgiaMemberN/A
American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law Section, Employment Rights and Responsibilities CommitteeMemberN/A
Atlanta Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Lawyers Club of AtlantaMemberN/A
Spectrum Technical InstituteBoard MemberN/A
Defense Research InstituteMemberN/A
Society for Human Resource ManagementMemberN/A
National Employment Lawyers Association (Georgia chapter)N/AN/A
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Charlene Morisseau v. Southern Center for Human Rights, Inc.Summary judgment for defendant.
David Blanks v. Lockheed Martin Corp., et al.Summary judgment for defendants.
Barbara Foster v. Proxix Solutions, Inc., et al.Dismissed for lack of personal jurisdiction.
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Publication nameTitleDate
Employment Law Strategist2009 FMLA Regulations2009
Employment Law Strategist“Protected Activity” Under Title VII2009
Employment Law StrategistThe Duty to Accommodate Employees ‘Regarded As’ Being Disabled, When Perception Becomes Reality2008
Employment Law StrategistRetaliation After Burlington Northern, Have Employers' Worst Fears Come True?2007
N.Y. Employment Law & PracticeU.S. Supreme Court Limits Application of the ‘Continuing Violation’ Theory2002
N.Y. Employment Law & PracticeRecent Federal and State Decisions Reject ‘Continuing Violation’ Theory2001
National Law JournalEmployment Law: Use and Misuse of Statistics2001
National Law JournalThe ADA and Health Insurance2000
N.Y. Employment Law & PracticeFederal Judges Recognize Growing Trend of Dubious Workplace Discrimination Cases2000
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Pennsylvania Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor1998
State University of New York, BinghamtonAccountingBS - Bachelor of Science1993
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Nuts & Bolts of Employment LawSupreme Court Update2008
Nuts & Bolts of Employment LawRetaliation After Burlington Northern2007