- 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 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 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.