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Fisher Phillips Announces New HQ Location

Firm to Move to 12th & Midtown in Atlanta

ATLANTA, GA (February 23, 2010) - Fisher Phillips announces that the firm is moving its national headquarters to Midtown Atlanta. After 22 years in Buckhead, the firm is relocating to 1075 Peachtree Street, a new building in the 12th & Midtown development near the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. The firm will occupy two floors of the 38-story office tower.

Firm Chairman and Managing Partner Roger Quillen said "We couldn't be more excited about this choice. This is a state-of-the art building that meets all the needs of a national law firm's headquarters. In addition to its built-in technology, the building offers a contemporary, inviting and energy-efficient environment for all of our personnel and clients. Two MARTA rail stations within just a few blocks is another important feature."

The firm's chairman also noted that many of the city's other leading law firms are located in Midtown. "Midtown Atlanta is to national law firms what Wall Street is to financial institutions."

"This location puts our firm in the heart of the city there is an energy in Midtown that is palpable," said Quillen. "It is fitting that our headquarters be in the booming center of things."

Fisher Phillips plans to move in November 2010.

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