Ken Hodges has left Polsinelli, an AmLaw 100 firm with about 740 lawyers, to become the fourth lawyer at Albany plaintiffs firm Flynn Peeler Phillips. He has opened an Atlanta outpost for the firm, subletting space from another plaintiffs shop, Butler Wooten Cheeley & Peak.

Hodges, an Albany native, is the former district attorney for Dougherty County. He said the Albany lawyers are all friends, adding that he’s known name partner Patrick Flynn his whole life.

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