- “How Cannabis Legalization is Taking Shape for Indigenous Communities in the US and Canada,” StratCannSep 02 2020
In an article published on September 2, 2020 in StratCann, Reggie Snyder provides insight on cannabis legalization and how it is impacting indigenous peoples in both the United States and Canada.
- Sep 02 2020
In an article published by Forbes Small Giants on September 2, Christina Moore shares strategies for managing work and family stress, supporting team members with children, and how to approach homeschooling as a working parent.
With everyone in your family home 24/7, boundaries and routines are more important than ever. Determining meals for the week on Sunday and prepping as much as possible helps save Moore a lot of time.
To keep prioritizing her physical ...
- Aug 27 2020
In an article published by the Daily Report on August 27, 2020, Kirk Hancock discusses a question he faced chairing the school board in Troup County: Should students and staff be required to wear masks?
- Aug 24 2020
On August 24, 2020, in an article published by the Daily Report, Frank Strickland shares his insights from his successful career in the legal field following his recognition as this year’s Lifetime Achievement recipient.
- Aug 24 2020
In a recent interview with North Fulton Business Radio, Jonathan Wilson discussed his wide-ranging work as a business attorney, including topics, such as start-ups, business financing, crowdfunding, selling companies, lawsuits and lawyers.
- Aug 19 2020
On August 18, Chris Wilson joined Zack Needles, Editor-in-Chief of Law.com; Steven Salkin, Managing Editor of Law Journal Newsletters; and other industry leaders for a Twitter discussion on how office life at law firms has changed and what to expect in the future.
- Aug 17 2020
An article published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on August 17, 2020, discusses the dismissal of a federal a federal judge’s ruling allowing Republican candidates, to continue to be listed ahead of Democrats on Georgia ballots. This decision was a win Bryan Jacoutot, Diane LaRoss, Loree Anne Paradise, and Bryan Tyson's client.
- Aug 14 2020
On August 14, 2020, in an article published by Law360, Sonny Cohen discusses his addition to Taylor English, where he joins the corporate practice. Cohen expalined that he likes how Taylor English treats its clients and that it has a large number of former GCs and in-house attorneys.
- Aug 13 2020
On August 13, 2020, in an article published by Bloomberg Law, Sonny Cohen discusses his addition to Taylor English, where he joins the corporate practice adding to the firm’s long roster of former in-house attorneys.
- Aug 12 2020
In an article published on August 12, 2020, Reuters covered the addition of Harold “Sonny” Cohen to the firm’s Corporate Practice, marking the group's third hire this year.
- Aug 12 2020
On August 12, 2020, in an article published by The American Lawyer, Chris Wilson discusses the firm’s hybrid business model and how it has led to an uptick in the firm recruiting top attorneys. Wilson explained that the firm is poised to add five new attorneys who have recently committed, and expects to have 15 to 20 new remote attorneys by the end of 2020, bringing the total in that category to between 35 and 40.
- Aug 06 2020
On August 8, 2020, in an article published by Law360, Peter Spanos discusses his addition to Taylor English, where he joins the labor and employment practice. He explained that his main goal is to grow the firm’s practice in traditional labor law, such as collective bargaining, union organizing, elections, grievances and strikes, as well as advance the firm's nonprofit practice with his experience helping large charitable organizations.
- Jul 28 2020
On July 28, 2020, Reggie Snyder was featured the National Cannabis Industry Association’s Investing in Cannabis Podcast to discuss his experience working within the cannabis industry.
- Jul 22 2020
On July 22, 2020, in an article published by Law360, Michael MacHarg discusses his addition to Taylor English, where he joins the labor and employment practice. MacHarg will also be leading the firm’ entrance into the Illinois market while working remotely. "The future is really what I have my eye most keenly on at this point," explained MacHarg. "Taylor English understands the needs and desires of remote attorneys."
- Jul 17 2020
In an article published by Managing Intellectual Property on July 17, 2020, Van Lindberg discusses why managing trademarks in the open source space is important and why brands need to take user interactions into account.
- Jul 16 2020
In an article published by Brainyard on June 16, 2020, Christina Moore provides insight on the key items CFOs need to know when it comes to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness program.
Moore explains the substantive change to the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act (PPPFA) and answers the critical questions that finance leads should know regarding the program. “Larger companies, which likely received larger PPP loans, will likely ...
- Jul 14 2020
In an article published by The Legal Intellegencer on July 14, Timothy Anderson and Chad Kaffer are highlighted regarding Taylor English's expansion into the Pennsylvania market.
- Jul 07 2020
On July 6, 2020, in an article published by Law360, Timothy Anderson and Chad Kaffer discuss their addition to Taylor English and their roles in spearheading the firm’s expansion into the Pennsylvania market.
- Jul 03 2020
In an article published in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on July 3, 2020, Mitzi Hill provides insight on how Taylor English has navigated working remotely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
- “When Child Care Becomes a Burden in Big Law, Midsize Firms Have an Opportunity to Shine,” ALM’s Mid-Market ReportJun 18 2020
On June 18, 2020, in an article published by The Mid-Market Report, Christina Moore discusses how Taylor English has made a difference in her trajectory as a lawyer and parent.
- Jun 02 2020
On June 2, 2020, in an article published by The Mid-Market Report, Chris Wilson provides insight on Taylor English’s hybrid remote model, which is designed to be a middle-ground between a traditional law firm and a virtual law firm that allows attorneys the opportunity to assist clients with their legal issues inside a better business model.
- May 29 2020
On May 29, 2020, in an article published by Law360, Van Lindberg discusses his decision to join Taylor English’s Intellectual Property team. Van Lindberg joined the firm as a partner in March after serving as a member at Dykema Gossett for about three years, where he represented companies in high-stakes litigation and inter partes reviews.
- May 27 2020
In an article published by Brainyard on May 27, 2020, Glianny Fagundo provides insight on how companies continuing or restarting operations are assessing the risk of potential lawsuits stemming from new health and safety policies in response to COVID-19.
- May 21 2020
On May 21, 2020, Christina Moore was featured in The Jabot Podcast, a podcast released by the Above the Law legal blog that focuses on the challenges women, people of color, LGBTQIA, and other diverse populations face in the legal industry.
- May 19 2020
In an article published on May 19, 2020, Christina Moore provides insight on the Small Business Administration’s fresh loan forgiveness guidance on its Paycheck Protection Program.
- May 18 2020
In an article published on May 15, 2020, Reggie Snyder weighs in on the current cannabis reform initiatives and why they remain a lower priority for top lawmakers.
- May 11 2020
On May 11, Glianny Fagundo joined CNN en Español for a discussion on legal issues businesses face as they prepare to reopen.
- Do Employees Have to Return to Work Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic? It Depends., Atlanta Business ChronicleApr 29 2020
In an Atlanta Business Chronicle article published on April 29, Glianny Fagundo provides insight into challenges employers are facing in using their Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.
Business owners applied for PPP funding to try to keep their businesses afloat and take care of their employees amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, as they put workers back on the payroll, some employees would rather collect their larger unemployment check than return to their ...
- Apr 26 2020
In an interview with CBS 46 on April 26, Michele Stumpe discusses the guidelines required to open the doors of restaurants to customers under Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s executive order reopening the state.
- As Georgia Reopens Nail and Hair Salons, Lawyers Say Companies May be Putting Themselves at Risk, Yahoo! LifeApr 24 2020
In an article published by Yahoo! Life on April 24, Mitzi Hill discusses Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s executive order rolling out a plan to reopen the state beginning Friday, April 24.
- Apr 20 2020
In an article published by Forbes Small Giants on April 20, Christina Moore was profiled discussing how she, as a purpose-driven business leader, is rising to the occasion to do what is right in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Apr 14 2020
An article published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on April 14, 2020, discusses the dismissal of a federal lawsuit against Bryan P. Tyson and Bryan F. Jacoutot’s client alleging that Georgia’s congressional maps reduced the voting strength of African Americans.
- Mar 30 2020
On March 30, 2020, Scott Tobin was mentioned in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly for joining the Corporate Law team at Taylor English.
- Mar 20 2020
On March 20, 2020, Scott Tobin was mentioned in Law360 for joining the Corporate Law team at Taylor English.
- Breaking Down COVID-19's Potential Financial Impact on Atlanta's Pro Sports Teams, Atlanta Business ChronicleMar 20 2020
In an article published by Atlanta Business Chronicle, Bruce Siegal was mentioned for his comments about what legal ramifications the hiatus will bring for sports teams.
- Taylor English Partner Amanda Hyland recognized in 2020 World Trademark Review 1000, Marietta Daily JournalMar 05 2020
On March 5, 2020, Amanda Hyland recognized in 2020 World Trademark Review 1000, Marietta Daily Journal
- Mar 05 2020
On March 4, 2020, Scott Tobin was mentioned in Marietta Daily Journal for joining the Corporate Law team at Taylor English.
- Mar 04 2020
Taylor English is pleased to announce that 23 of its attorneys have been included in the 2020 Super Lawyers list for Georgia, and an additional 8 attorneys have been recognized as 2020 Rising Stars, Metro Atlanta CEO
- "Judge Rules Gwinnett Doesn’t Have to Open Early-Voting Locations Sooner," Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionMar 03 2020
- Feb 28 2020
In LawFuel's article, "How To 'Optimize' Your Legal Career To Change if You Want To," Chris Wilson discusses how a law firm with a unique hybrid business model that combines some elements of a traditional brick-and-mortar institution works.
- Judge Rejects Ballot Secrecy Case Against Georgia Voting Touchscreens, Atlanta Journal & ConstitutionFeb 27 2020
Taylor English Partner Bryan Jacoutot and Taylor English Partner/Taylor English Decisions attorney Loree Anne Paradise took part in a court case against Georgia voting touchscreens.
- Feb 27 2020
On February 21, 2020, Gray McCalley Jr. was mentioned in Metro Atlanta CEO for his move to Taylor English as counsel.
- Feb 25 2020
The Marietta Daily Journal mentioned Loree Anne Paradise for joining Taylor English law firm and its government relations and business consulting affiliate Taylor English Decisions.
- Feb 21 2020
On February 21, 2020, Gray McCalley Jr. was mentioned in the Daily Report for his move to Taylor English as counsel.
- Feb 15 2020
On February 15, 2020, Bryan P. Tyson was mentioned in On Common Ground News article discussing the ruling that Stonecrest Councilwoman Jazzmin Cobble, represented by Mr. Tyson, may keep her elected seat.
- Feb 13 2020
Cobb Business Journal mentioned the recognition of Taylor English Duma LLP CEO Kirk Hancock by Atlanta Magazine.
- Feb 12 2020
On February 12, 2020, Bryan P. Tyson was mentioned in the Cobb Business Journal article discussing the dismissal of the lawsuit against various Georgia counties for long voting lines.
- Feb 11 2020
On January 30, 2020, James Balli was mentioned in the Metro Atlanta CEO for joining the law firm of Taylor English and its government relations and business consulting affiliate Taylor English Decisions.
- Feb 07 2020
In Law360's article, "How to 'Optimize' Your Legal Career—So You Can Eventually Change It," Chris Wilson discussed how attorneys wishing to change their legal careers from a traditional path to a nontraditional path can do so effectively.
- Feb 06 2020
The Metro Atlanta CEO mentioned Allen Nelson for joining Taylor English as General Counsel.