Henry D. (“Hank”) Fellows, Jr., is an av-rated trial lawyer who has been devoted to complex business litigation for thirty-six years. As a founding partner of Fellows LaBriola LLP, Mr. Fellows has successfully tried cases in numerous Georgia Superior and State Courts and in the U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia. In addition, he has successfully argued cases before the Georgia Supreme Court, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.
Mr. Fellows represents businesses, corporations, partnerships and individuals in commercial contract disputes; fraud and RICO recovery cases; Georgia Trade Secrets Act cases; commercial arbitrations; computer fraud and theft cases brought under the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and the Georgia Computer Systems Protection Act; employment cases involving restrictive covenants; employee, officer, and director terminations; the defense of age, sex and race discrimination claims; ERISA cases; securities arbitration cases; breach of fiduciary duty cases; partnership and shareholder disputes involving closely held companies; shareholder derivative actions; estate and trust litigation; asset purchase and sale agreement disputes; embezzlement and conversion cases; business valuation disputes; securities cases; antitrust cases; business tort cases; insurance coverage disputes; accountant and attorney malpractice cases; patent infringement, trademark and trade dress cases; Lanham Act cases; personal injury and wrongful death cases; and real estate cases, including commercial lease disputes, easement claims, condemnation actions, and zoning matters.
Mr. Fellows obtained his B.S. degree in business administration from Bucknell University in 1975. He earned his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 1978 and served as an Editor of The Georgetown Law Journal. He currently serves as an emeritus member of the Georgetown Law Alumni Board. Mr. Fellows also serves as a Special Master for the U.S.