Veteran Atlanta media lawyer Cynthia Counts has left Duane Morris, where she was a partner, for “virtual” firm FisherBroyles.

Counts said FisherBroyles’ business model offers more flexibility and transparency than that of a traditional firm. In particular, she was attracted to the “transparent, merit-based model, from which FisherBroyles attracts diverse attorneys from top-notch backgrounds,” she said in an interview.

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