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“In State Farm Trial, Veiled Donations May Stoke Juror Anger,” Law360

In an article published on August 31, 2018 in Law360, Bloom Parham founder and partner Simon Bloom discusses how groups with ties to State Farm strategized to avoid disclosing contributions that ended up in the campaign coffers of a judge who ultimately helped knock down a $1 billion judgment against the insurer, according to a […]

“Judge Levies $260K in Fees Against Company That Fought Arbitration Award,” The Daily Report

In an article published on August 30, 2018 in the Daily Report, Bloom Parham founder and partner Simon Bloom and counsel Troy Covington are referenced as counsel to OA Development Inc.  A federal judge awarded more than $260,000 in legal fees to the Georgia company that had already won nearly $900,000 after an Israeli business […]

“Attorney Simon Bloom Discusses Cohen, Manafort rulings,” CBS 46

In a news broadcast airing on August 21, Bloom Parham partner and founder Simon Bloom provided insight into President Donald Trump’s former campaign chair and former personal attorney being convicted on federal charges and what this means for the president moving forward.  “It is as serious as you can get when it comes to campaign […]

“Attorney Simon Bloom Discusses Non-Disclosure Agreements,” CBS 46

In a news broadcast airing on August 17, Bloom Parham partner and founder Simon Bloom provides insight into non-disclosure agreements and what they mean. “From the government perspective there are all kinds of confidentiality restrictions that are actually laws. What we are talking about is more in the private context… They are absolutely enforceable as […]

“Simon Bloom talks about statute of limitations for child sex abuse cases after bombshell report in Pennsylvania,” CBS 46

In a news broadcast airing on August 15, Bloom Parham partner and founder Simon Bloom provides insight into the statute of limitations for child sex abuse cases in Georgia. Bloom spoke to CBS 46 about what victims face in the legal arena. “On one hand statute of limitations are designed to bring people forward and […]

“Roe v. Wade Probably Won’t Get Overturned – But Here’s What Could Happy to Slowly Chip Away at Abortion Rights if the Supreme Court Becomes Largely Conservative,” Business Insider

In an article published on July 11, 2018, Bloom Parham Counsel Troy Covington provides insight into the impact a conservative majority on the Supreme Court could have on cases regarding reproductive rights. Covington spoke to Business Insider about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s record on abortion. “Judge Kavanaugh has spoken before about the value of […]

“Fla. Faces Upstream Ga. Water Fight, Despite High Court Win,” Law360

In an article published on July 2, 2018, Bloom Parham Managing Partner Steve Parham provides insight into the long-running water rights dispute between Florida and Georgia. In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court punted the case back to the special master. Parham suggests an ideal long-term solution won’t be easy to come by. “How […]