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“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 […]

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“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, […]

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“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 […]

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“Owner Bankruptcy: What’s a Contractor to Do?” Construction Executive

In a recent article published in Construction Executive, Bloom Parham Managing Partner Steve Parham and Counsel Troy Covington provide insight regarding how to handle bankruptcy for an owner of a real estate company or a contractor. Parham and Covington write that the Bankruptcy Code determines how a project will move forward following a bankruptcy. The […]

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“Bloom Appointed to Teach for America Metro-Atlanta’s Advisory Board,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution

In an article published on February 11, 2018, in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Simon Bloom, a partner with and the founder of Bloom Parham, LLP, was featured for being appointed to the advisory board of Teach for America Metro-Atlanta, an organization that was founded in 2000.  The organization is committed to pursuing educational equity and excellence.  […]

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Bloom Parham Earns Win at Court of Appeals on Scope of Anti-SLAPP Statute

The Court of Appeals of Georgia recently turned aside an attempt to exploit Georgia’s anti-SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation) statute, handing a win to Bloom Parham clients Strategic Jubilee Holdings, LLC and Jubilee Manager, LLC (“Strategic Jubilee”).  Strategic Jubilee filed claims for breach of contact, breach of fiduciary duty, and declaratory judgment seeking a […]

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“Shannan Oliver Elected to Board of March of Dimes,” Public Now

In a recent article published in Public Now, Shannan Oliver, counsel with Bloom Parham, was mentioned for her recent election to March of Dimes’ Atlanta board.  The nonprofit’s mission is to improve the health of mothers and babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.  For the full announcement, you may click here.

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Supreme Court Denies Certiorari and Ends Bid to Vacate Arbitration Award

On January 8, 2018, the United States Supreme Court denied Bamberger-Rosenheim, Ltd.’s (also known as “Profimex”) petition for a writ of certiorari.  The Supreme Court declined to review the decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit affirming the confirmation of an arbitration award in favor of OA Development, Inc. (“OAD”).  […]

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Obtained Summary Judgment in Favor of Defendant in Wrongful Termination Suit

Represented metro-Atlanta municipality in a suit by a former employee alleging violations of federal law, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act, in her termination.  Bloom Sugarman moved for summary judgment on all counts, arguing the motion before a magistrate judge in the Northern District of Atlanta.  After argument, […]

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“Arbitrator Nixes Waitresses’ Tip-Sharing Class Action,” Daily Report

In an article published on September 5, 2017, on the website of the Daily Report, Bloom Sugarman partner Simon Bloom provides insight into the firm’s victory in an arbitration case for client CentraArchy Restaurant Management, the parent company of the restaurant company California Dreaming. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, two waitresses had filed a […]

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