- Aug 16 2017
In an article published on August 16, 2017, by the Daily Report, Michael H. Trotter explains the characteristic he uses to define "Elite Firms" and what sets them apart from the other firms in the Am Law 100. "There is a much smaller groups of firms included with the Am Law 100 that are in a class of their own that I refer to as the "Elite Firms." For the full article, please visit the Daily Report website.
- Aug 11 2017
In an article published by the Marietta Daily Journal on August 11, 2017, Eric S. Fisher is recognized for his election to the Board of Directors for the Georgia Appleseed Center for Law and Justice. Prior to being named a board member, Fisher served as president of the Georgia Appleseed Young Professional Council and was a member of the council’s Public School Discipline Hearing Representation Committee.
- Aug 04 2017
Today’s General Counsel published an article on August 4, 2017 describing Taylor English’s new hybrid business model. The firm is hiring attorneys nationwide in areas where the firm has no office and allowing those attorneys to carry on their work remotely, from home or wherever their work might take them
- Aug 2017
In an article published in the August issue of the Georgia Bar Journal, Michael H. Trotter’s latest book “What’s to Become of the Legal Profession?” is reviewed. Mr. Trotter’s book summarizes changes that have taken place in the practice of law over the past 70 years and he provides insight on what he expects to happen in the future.
- Aug 2017
- Aug 01 2017
The Harvard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences alumni magazine, the Colloquy, reviews Michael H. Trotter’s latest book in the Summer 2017 issue. In “What’s to Become of Legal Profession?” Mr. Trotter addresses various factors that have challenged the legal profession in the years since WWII.
- Jul 27 2017
In an article published by Law360 on July 27, 2017, Randy C. Gepp provides insight on the recent developments related to Title VII. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) told the Second Circuit that the statute does not prohibit workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation.
- Jul 27 2017
In an article published by Law360 on July 27, 2017, Harry D. Dixon III provides insight on a recent Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) case. The acting director of FinCEN assessed a $110,003,314 civil monetary penalty against BTC-e, a bitcoin processor, and a civil monetary penalty of $12 million against BTC-e’s owner and operator.
- Jul 22 2017
In an article published by The Marietta Daily Journal on July 22, 2017, R. Wayne Bond was mentioned for his addition to the firm as a partner in the Litigation practice group. Mr. Bond joins the firm from Seyfarth Shaw LLP where he focused his practice on complex commercial litigation and class action cases in state and federal courts across the country. For the full article, please visit the Marietta Daily Journal website.
- Jul 20 2017
In an article published by Atlanta Citybizlist on July 20, 2017, R. Wayne Bond was mentioned for his addition to the firm as a partner in the Litigation practice group. Mr. Bond often deals with complex matters including breach of contract, corporate shareholder and partnership disputes, corporate liability, false advertising, professional malpractice and government investigations. For the full article, please visit the Atlanta Citybizlist website.