Announcing our New Partner, Ben Byrd

We are pleased to announce that Ben Byrd has been named a Partner.

Ben focuses his practice on assisting businesses through litigation and regulatory advocacy compliance.  As a litigator, Ben represents his clients vigorously and professionally, and he has represented businesses in nearly every forum, from small-claims court all the way to the Georgia Supreme Court. As a regulatory attorney, he represents clients before state and federal regulatory bodies, including the Federal Communications Commission, state utility commissions and state legislatures. A substantial portion of his regulatory practice is devoted to advocating for his clients’ interests in the face of proposed telecommunications regulations or legislation. Regardless of the matter, Ben never forgets that the ultimate goal is to advance his clients’ business interests.

Ben is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, cum laude, and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia, summa cum laude.  He is admitted to practice in Georgia, and has been recognized as a Georgia Super Lawyer for 2017 and 2018 and chosen as a Georgia Rising Star in 2014.

Please join us in congratulating Ben!

Ben may be reached at bbyrd@fh2.com or at 770-399-9500. For more information on Ben, please click here

Ben Byrd
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Ben Byrd, Associate
Ben focuses his practice on assisting businesses through litigation and regulatory advocacy compliance. As a litigator, Ben represents his clients vigorously and professionally, and he has represented businesses in nearly every forum, from small-claims court all the way to the Georgia Supreme Court. As a regulatory attorney, he represents clients before state and federal regulatory bodies, including the Federal Communications Commission, state utility commissions and state legislatures. Regardless of the matter, Ben never forgets that the ultimate goal is to advance his clients’ business interests. For more information about Ben, click here.

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