Mr. Benjamin I. Fink, Esq.
Berman Fink Van Horn PC
Benjamin Fink is a shareholder at Berman Fink Van Horn P.C. in Atlanta, Georgia. His practice focuses on business and commercial litigation with an emphasis on competition-related disputes, including noncompetes and trade secrets. A regular speaker and writer on noncompetes and related matters, Ben co-authored a chapter on Restrictive Covenant Litigation in Georgia Business Litigation, a treatise published by ALM Media, LLC. He also regularly blogs on noncompete and trade secret topics (www.bfvlaw.com/blogs) and serves as a co-host of the Fairly Competing podcast. In addition to this publication, he has also co-authored a Practice Note on Georgia Confidentiality, Nondisclosure and Non-Solicitation Agreements for Thomson Reuters’ Practical Law. In recognition of his thought leadership in the trade secrets arena, he was invited to attend The Inaugural Sedona Conference on Developing Best Practices for Trade Secrets Issues that was held in December 2017. He served on the Sedona Conference drafting team for Principles/Best Practices Commentary on Protecting Trade Secrets in Litigation as part of Working Group 12 on Trade Secrets. He is a frequent guest speaker at various seminars on noncompete, trade secrets and other related topics throughout Georgia and other parts of the country. He currently serves as Chair of the Trade Secrets Committee of the American Intellectual Property Law Association. A member of the Labor and Employment Law Section Board of Directors of the Atlanta Bar Association, he served as Chair (2014-?2015). He currently serves as Co-Chair of the Atlanta Bar Judicial Selection & Tenure Committee. Since 2005, he has been named a Super Lawyer, as well as being designated as one of the Top 100 Super Lawyers in Georgia since 2013. He’s been named one of Georgia’s Legal Elite since 2012. Since 2015, he has been selected for inclusion in the Best Lawyers in America and was recently named Lawyer of the Year for Litigation – Labor and Employment in Georgia. In 2015, he was elected as a member of the Litigation Counsel of America. He obtained his J.D. degree from Emory University School of Law, where he has served on the Alumni Board since 2016 and served as President from 2021-2023. He earned his undergraduate degree from Duke University.