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“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 […]

“Simon Bloom Founded Firm and Nonprofit,” Atlanta Business Chronicle

In the Atlanta Business Chronicle edition published on May 4, 2018, Simon Bloom is featured in the publication’s Executive Profile. Bloom recounts his path from a large law firm to launching his own firm, Bloom Parham, LLP – as well as highlights his active work in the nonprofit space. Hope+Access, which Bloom founded in 2017, […]

“Charting a Successful Path to Retaining Outside Counsel: Best Practices for Businesses,” Daily Report

In an article published in the Daily Report’s In-House Georgia section on May 7, 2018, Bloom Parham Managing Partner Steve Parham provides insight into best practices for businesses hiring outside counsel. Parham writes that companies both large and small should make careful considerations before engaging outside counsel, such as making comprehensive engagement management and exit […]

“State Business Courts Fare Well in Legislative Session But Await Final Approval,” Daily Report

In an article published on April 24, 2018, on the website of the Daily Report, Bloom Parham partner and founder Simon Bloom was quoted about the Georgia General Assembly’s passage of legislation that would begin the process of creating a new statewide business court. In order for the measure to become law, an amendment to […]

“Landlord Forced to Give Office Back to Evicted After-School Program,” CBS 46

In a clip aired on April 17, 2018, on CBS 46, Simon Bloom, the founder of Bloom Parham, was mentioned for the firm’s pro bono work on behalf of The Jabez Project, a nonprofit group in Southwest Atlanta that provides after-school care for children.  The firm filed an emergency injunction that forced Oxford Village apartments to […]

“Bloom Discusses Lawsuit Alleging Violation of Club’s Fourth Amendment Rights,” CBS46

In a story aired on April 11, 2018, on CBS46, attorney Simon Bloom of Bloom Parham provided insight into a lawsuit filed by Follies, an adult entertainment club, against the City of Chamblee for violating its constitutional rights, specifically the Fourth Amendment.  Bloom explains Chamblee’s desire to close clubs like Follies, “One of the first […]

“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 […]