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“Are College Sexual Misconduct Investigation Policies in a State of Flux?” Daily Report

In an article published on August 15, 2017 by the Daily Report, Simon Bloom and Nick Phillips discuss the issue of new on-campus sexual misconduct policies. For the full article, subscribers may click here.

“Litigation Risks in Public-Private Partnerships,” Construction Executive Risk Management

In an article published in Construction Executive Risk Management on July 25, 2017, Bloom Sugarman partner Steve Parham discusses the litigation risks that can arise when a public-private partnership, or P3, is formed. “A well-drafted P3 contract should have a dispute resolution clause providing for some type of mandatory notification of the alleged default(s), an […]

“Sugarman: DIY Estate Planning Has Its Risks,” Wall Street Journal

In an article published on August 6, 2017, in the Wall Street Journal, Bloom Sugarman partner Skip Sugarman provides insight on the legal issues people may encounter if they use a DIY (do-it-yourself) estate planning approach. A person without professional experience is more likely to make a mistake in drafting a will rather than an […]

Bloom Sugarman Announces New Executive Director

Bloom Sugarman, LLP is pleased to announce that Lainey E. McLellan has been named as the firm’s executive director. In her role, McLellan will manage the day-to-day operations of the firm, duties that include legal administration, business operations, human resources, staff development and management, marketing, finance, accounting, information technology and vendor relationships for the boutique […]

“Parham Appointed to Johns Creek Planning Commission,” Georgia Bar Journal

In the 2017 August issue of the Georgia Bar Journal, Bloom Sugarman partner Steve Parham is mentioned for his recent appointment to the Planning Commission for the city of Johns Creek. The article says that in his new role he will review zoning cases and participate in a “recommending body to the mayor and city […]

“Simon Bloom Quoted on President Trump’s Transgender Military Ban,” 11 Alive

In a story aired on Wednesday, July 26, 2017, Bloom Sugarman partner Simon Bloom provided insight to 11 Alive on President Trump’s decision to ban transgender people from the military. Reporter Christie Ethridge cited Bloom’s comments that the president has the authority to institute such a ban; however, Bloom said the president’s stated reasoning of […]

“Bloom and Covington: ‘Fire the special counsel? History shows it would be a bad idea,’” The Hill

In an article published on July 2, 2017, on the website of The Hill, partner Simon Bloom and counsel Troy Covington explore the history of the special counsel statute and provide insight as to the potential difficulty that President Donald Trump might encounter if he were to choose to fire Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller. Mueller, […]