“Bloom Parham Helps After-School Nonprofit Fight Back with Lawsuit,” CBS 46

In a story that aired on April 5, 2018, on CBS 46, Bloom Parham founder and partner Simon Bloom was featured for filing a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) and lawsuit on behalf of the Jabez Project, a nonprofit group in Southwest Atlanta that provides after-school care for children. Bloom told the station that the Jabez Project was evicted from its premises in violation of Georgia law. The lawsuit charges the defendants with, among other counts, trespass and breach of fiduciary duty, and asks for attorney’s fees and punitive damages. Said Bloom: “[T]hey thought they could get away with it, because they thought they would just bully some of these residents, who have done nothing except try to provide an after-school program for the children of Oxford Village, which is insane to me on a number of levels.” To view the full video, you may click here.


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