- “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.