Fulton County Daily Report

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The Fulton County Daily Report
Type Daily newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) ALM
Publisher Robert Wayne Curtis
Editor Jonathan Ringel
Founded 1890
Headquarters 260 Peachtree St. NW, Suite 1900
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
United States
Circulation 3,808 daily in 2011[1]
Website dailyreportonline.com

The Fulton County Daily Report, also referred to as the Daily Report, is a daily legal newspaper based in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The newspaper was established in 1890.[2]

The paper covers Georgia legal and business news. Notable special editions include the 'Daily Report Dozen,' a comprehensive look at Atlanta's 12 largest law firms, 'Going Rate,' which details the hourly rates of several hundred Georgia lawyers and 'On The Rise,' a yearly contemplation of the most promising legal minds under the age of 40.[citation needed]

The Daily Report also publishes court opinions from the Supreme Court of Georgia and the Georgia Court of Appeals and court calendars from the Fulton County Superior Court and the Fulton County State Court.

In addition, the Daily Report serves as Fulton County's official legal organ. Under this designation, the Daily Report is responsible for publishing all legally required notices for the county such as mortgage foreclosures, name changes and judicial tax sales.

The Daily Report has about 4,000 paid subscribers and a readership of about 15,000.[2] The paper is owned by ALM, formerly known as American Lawyer Media.

In March 2008, Chris Mobley was named the group publisher of the Daily Report and the Daily Business Review in South Florida. In 2012, Wayne Curtis was named publisher of the Daily Report.

Prior to Curtis filling the publisher's spot, Steve Korn served as publisher from September 2005 to February 2008. Korn worked for two decades at Atlanta's Turner Broadcasting System, first as its vice president, general counsel and secretary and later at CNN as its vice chairman and chief operating officer, where he oversaw the business of the CNN News Group throughout the world. He retired in 2000. Korn left the Daily Report in 2008 to join a private equity firm.[citation needed]


  1. ^ "Annual Audit Report, December 2011". Larkspur, Calif.: Verified Audit Circulation. Retrieved April 30, 2012. 
  2. ^ a b "Daily Report - About Us". DailyReportOnline.com. 

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