The New York-based law firm focuses on health care, labor and employment issues including immigration, real estate, corporate and litigation. In 2000, the firm of Vincent, Berg, Stalzer & Menendez became Epstein Becker’s Atlanta office.

—Reported by Am Law

*Variances shown are in comparison to 2011.

Revenue $147,500,000 8.1%
Revenue per Lawyer $570,000 2.6%
Profit per equity partner $605,000 1.6%

Total lawyers 258 17
Atlanta lawyers 16/6%  
Partners 126 3
Equity partners 54 4
Atlanta size rank among firm’s offices   No. 5


ADP, American Cancer Society, Atlanta Life Insurance Co., Community & Southern Bank, Georgia Urology, Interpublic Group, Kaiser Permanente, Shimizu America Corp., Thomas Eye Group, UBS, United Hospital Center, Wells Fargo, Willis Group.



Atlanta (16), Chicago (10), Houston (5), Los Angeles (18), New York (107), Newark, N.J. (28), San Francisco (6), Stamford, Conn. (4), Washington (65)



Atlanta—Former Arby’s general counsel John Sivertsen, corporate services, from Kaufman, Miller and Sivertsen

Atlanta—Thomas Cox Jr., labor and employment, to Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith