FisherBroyles Announces New Managing Partners for the Atlanta, Chicago, New York, and Palo Alto Offices

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FisherBroyles, LLP (“FisherBroyles”) is pleased to announce that Chris Wilson has been named managing partner of the Atlanta office, Lisa Carroll has been named managing partner of the Chicago office, Michael Cone has been named managing partner of the New York office, and Kimberly Booher has been named managing partner of the Palo Alto office.

FisherBroyles, LLP (“FisherBroyles”) is pleased to announce that Chris Wilson has been named managing partner of the Atlanta office, Lisa Carroll has been named managing partner of the Chicago office, Michael Cone has been named managing partner of the New York office, and Kimberly Booher has been named managing partner of the Palo Alto office.

Chris Wilson has been with FisherBroyles for four years and serves as head of the firm’s opinion committee. Chris is a corporate and finance attorney with an active practice assisting clients with debt structurings, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate needs.

FisherBroyles’ Co-Founding Partner Kevin Broyles stated, “Chris will bring tremendous energy and leadership to the managing partner position as we continue our growth in the Atlanta market.” “I’m excited about the opportunity to continue building on the strong foundation of our Atlanta office,” said Wilson, “And I look forward to expanding our presence even more in the coming years.”    

Lisa Carroll joined FisherBroyles last year after servicing as Vice President and General Counsel for BigMachines, Inc. Lisa concentrates her practice in the area of intellectual property law and regularly counsels technology companies about how to enforce and maximize their IP portfolios both domestically and internationally.

Co-Founding Partner James Fisher said, “Since joining our partnership, Lisa has demonstrated her deep understanding of our innovative business model. She is the ideal leader to help grow our presence in the Chicago marketplace.”

Michael Cone has only been with FisherBroyles since February 2012. Michael concentrates his practice in the areas of administrative, customs, and international trade law and counsels clients on a wide array of regulatory compliance issues, with administrative expertise that includes matters falling under the various bodies that regulate the importation, marketing and sale of merchandise.

Broyles stated “Michael has shown excellent initiative in his practice area and in partnership matters. We believe he will be a key part of our growth in New York”.

Kimberly Booher concentrates her legal practice on domestic and international corporate transactions, joint ventures and strategic alliances, and technology licensing. She has been with FisherBroyles since January 2012.

Fisher stated “Kim made an immediate impact after joining FisherBroyles in Palo Alto. Her understanding of our business vision has been key to an aggressive early expansion of the Palo Alto office”.

About FisherBroyles, LLP. Founded in 2002, FisherBroyles is a full-service national law firm with approximately 70 partners in New York, Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Palo Alto, and Austin. FisherBroyles is the first national, cloud-based law firm that has integrated the concepts of "cloud computing" and "cloud commuting" to create unparalleled economy and efficiency in the practice of law. FisherBroyles offers cost-effective legal solutions to brand-name clients such as American Express, BB&T, and Porsche of North America, among others. FisherBroyles has been recognized as a Tier 1 Atlanta firm the last two years by Best Lawyers and U.S. News & World Report and as one of the top law firms in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.

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