Atlanta Employment & Business Litigation Attorneys

With 85+ years of combined experience, our firm offers trial-tested insights without parallel.

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Advocates for Small Businesses & Individuals

We are award-winning lawyers, dedicated to asserting our clients’ rights in complex legal matters.

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Top-Rated Attorneys in Employment Law

We’re dedicated to fighting for your rights in civil rights, workers’ compensation & whistleblower cases.

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Atlanta Employment & Business Litigation Lawyer

85+ Years of Combined Litigation Experience

Buckley Beal is one of Atlanta's leading and largest law firms focused on representing employees, businesses, and individuals in law disputes. Our legal experts are adept in handling all employment issues including sexual harassment, unpaid overtime, civil rights cases, and denial of medical leave. We are experts at negotiating senior level compensation packages for executives either entering or exiting a company. We also represent business and individuals involved in disputes or legal issues including breach of contract, business dissolutions, contract disputes, fraudulent practices, tax disputes and partnership or shareholder disputes. Protecting your legal rights is our priority. Our goal is to maximize your recovery through trial, mediation, arbitration or a settlement of your claims.

Some things to know about our employment law & business litigation firm:

  • Included in U.S. News—Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms" 2015
  • Founders 5.0 out of 5.0 AV® rated by peers for legal skill and ethical standards
  • Named in Georgia's "Legal Elite" by Georgia Trend Magazine
  • Selected for Super Lawyers® (listing of top 5% of Georgia attorneys)

The Buckley Beal legal team is a group of smart fighters dedicated to helping the underdog. As employee, business and individual advocates, we counsel you on the best solution to your case which could include litigation or an alternate dispute resolution.

Let us help you win your case as we have done for thousands of other people. Learn more about our team of legal experts on our bio page.

If you feel you have been wrongfully discharged, are they victim of sexual or racial harassment at your job, squeezed out of your business or if you need assistance regarding fraudulent business practices, contact us. Our experienced employment and business attorneys can help answer your questions. Call Buckley Beal at (404) 471-3725 or contact us online.

Our Team

Managing Partner Ed Buckley represents employees from entry level to executive. He specializes in employee rights, sexual harassment and whistle blower cases. Ed has received recognition from numerous organizations for his legal excellence. He is an outstanding trial lawyer with extensive experience in mediation, arbitration, settlement negotiations and appellate law, winning numerous multi-million dollar verdicts for employees.

Managing Partner, Drew Beal represents individuals and closely held companies across the Southeast. He specializes in handling commercial claims, including shareholder disputes, claims of professional negligence and all disputes arising from the ownership of closely held companies. Drew is a skilled trial lawyer and is honored with numerous legal awards of excellence.

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At Buckley Beal, our powerhouse legal advocates often take on complex, even high-profile cases. This regularly lands us in the news and media spotlight. Read about some of our more noteworthy cases and outcomes online today.

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  • A $1,060,000.00 Verdict Against Kennesaw State University

    In 2004, Ed Buckley won a $1,060,000.00 verdict against Kennesaw State University in a sex discrimination and retaliation case. Our client was a professor of music. The jury found the university guilty of sex discrimination and retaliation when it promoted a far less qualified male to the position of Chair of the Music Department.

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