- “What’s the Significance of the Amazon Workers’ Unionization Drive?,” Society for Human Resource ManagementMar 23 2021
In an article published in Society for Human Resource Management on March 23, Partner Peter Spanos was quoted discussing the importance of the Amazon workers’ unionization drive at a warehouse facility in Bessemer, Alabama.
- Mar 23 2021
On March 23, 2021, Michele Stumpe joined The Main Course podcast as a guest to discuss the legalities involved in operating a restaurant during a pandemic.
- Mar 10 2021
In an article published by The American Lawyer, Chris Wilson share his insights on virtual law firms and the types of attorneys they want.
- Feb 19 2021
In an article published by Atlanta Business Chronicle, Marc Glenn shared his thoughts on how downtown real estate will bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Feb 18 2021
In an article published by Law360 on February 18, 2021, Peter Spanos discusses President Joe Biden's nomination of Jennifer Abruzzo to serve as general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board. The nomination of Abruzzo is expected to hit speed bumps along the way to Senate confirmation as the business community's ire over whether the agency's acting general counsel was appointed legally will soon shift to her.
- Feb 12 2021
In an interview with CBS46 on February 12, 2021, Amanda Hyland discusses copyright rules that stop content from being posted by a user who is not the creator.
- Feb 09 2021
On February 9, 2021, Law360 quoted Peter Spanos in an article discussing the National Labor Relations Board's acting general counsel's, Peter Sung Ohr, quick actions nixing legal guidance from his predecessor, showing that the Biden administration is taking steps to enact a sweeping pro-labor agenda that will have profound practical effects.
- “Going for a New PPP Loan? SBA Revises Rules on Employee and Owner Salaries, Bonuses,” Washington Business JournalJan 14 2021
On January 14, 2021, Washington Business Journal quoted Partner Christina Moore in an article discussing the Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program and its new rules on how much small businesses can pay their employees and still get full forgiveness.
- “The Roaring 2020s 'Will Be Fueled By Weed' As Cannabis Experts Predict Regulatory Shakeups In 2021,” BenzingaJan 04 2021
In an article that published in Benzinga on January 4, 2021, Reggie Snyder was quoted discussing predictions for ongoing cannabis reform, even as uncertainty surrounding the January 5 Georgia Senate runoffs remain.
- Dec 17 2020
In an article published in The Fresh Toast on December 17, 2020, Reggie Snyder provides insight on the impact the Georgia runoffs could have on cannabis reform.
- “Remote Work Isn't Going Away. Don't Let Your Firm's Strategy Create 'Second-Class Citizens,’” Law.comDec 04 2020
In an article published by Law.com on December 4, 2020, Partner Chris Wilson is quoted discussing the outlook for law firms after COVID-19, suggesting that “sprawling law firm offices are becoming obsolete in the age of remote work.”
- “PPP Loan Forgiveness Q&A: What CFOs Need to Know Now,” Oracle NetSuite’s 7-Minute Workshop on FacebookDec 03 2020
On December 3, 2020, as part of Oracle NetSuite’s 7-Minute Workshop video series on Facebook, Christina Moore provides insight on the key updates to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness program.
- Nov 30 2020
In an article published by Brainyard on November 30, 2020, Christina Moore provides insight on whether businesses should file for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan forgiveness now or wait until later. As rules around the PPP continue to evolve, Moore interprets the latest developments.
- Nov 12 2020
In an article published by the Daily Report on November 12, 2020, Allen Nelson discusses the creation of T|E General Counsel, the firm’s fractional general counsel solution, which he co-leads with Gray McCalley, and includes a dozen team members who have in-house experience with diverse legal and industry skill sets.
- Nov 03 2020
As a recipient of the Atlanta Business Chronicle's "40 Under Forty" award, Amanda Hyland was profiled in the November 3 edition of the publication. She shared her thoughts on living in metro Atlanta; coping with the changes 2020 brought; her greatest joy; and how we move the conversation on diversity and inclusion to action which creates change.
- Nov 02 2020
In an article published on November 2, 2020 in WABE, Bryan Tyson provides insight on the ways counties are getting creative on election day in regards to polling locations.
- Oct 20 2020
In an interview with WSB-TV on October 20, Bryan Tyson discusses some of the legal scenarios that could play out with this year's election.
- "Judge Denies Petition to Remove Stonecrest Councilwoman Over Absences," Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionSep 30 2020
An article published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on September 30, 2020, discusses a judge's ruling in favor of a Stonecrest councilwoman after a citizen-led lawsuit tried to remove her from office for missing two council meetings. The councilwoman was represented by Bryan P. Tyson and Diane F. LaRoss.
- Sep 30 2020
In an article published on September 30, 2020 in PotGuide, Reggie Snyder provides insight on cannabis legalization and how it is impacting indigenous tribes.
- "Fix Coming to Georgia Touchscreens to Restore Missing Senate Candidates," Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionSep 28 2020
In an article published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on September 28, Bryan P. Tyson discusses how a problem with touchscreen voting computers that left off the names of some of the 21 candidates in a special election for the U.S. Senate will be fixed.
- "Law Firms Simply Do Not Need the Physical Space They Currently Occupy': Taylor English's Chris Wilson on Why Offices Are Becoming Obsolete,” Legal Speak PodcastSep 25 2020
On September 25, 2020, in an episode of the Legal Speak Podcast, Chris Wilson discusses how Taylor English has made its largely virtual structure successful, as well as the challenges some traditional brick-and-mortar firms may face in attempting to shed office space and move to a similar model.
- "Breaking Down Siphoned Funds From Nonprofit Organizations Featuring Peter Spanos," Finance, Fraud and Forensic Investigations - The Bill Jennings BreakdownSep 22 2020
On September 22, Peter Spanos joined William Jennings, a well-known forensic accountant and investigator, for a discussion on forensic fraud investigations on the podcast Finance, Fraud and Forensic Investigations - The Bill Jennings Breakdown.
- Sep 18 2020
In an article published by Super Lawyers Magazine, Marc Glenn shared his thoughts on how downtown real estate will bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Sep 10 2020
An article published by Law360 on September 10, 2020 discusses an evidentiary hearing before U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg regarding Georgia's voting system and an attempt by plaintiffs to have the state replace its electronic ballot marking devices with hand-marked paper ballots.
- Sep 04 2020
In a recent interview with the U.S. Japan Publication NY, Masae Okura discusses Taylor English's hybrid business model.
- “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 explained 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 Intelligencer 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.