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“Bloom Discusses Issues of the Day, Provides Insight into Manafort Indictment,” GPB Radio’s On Second Thought

In an appearance on November 3, 2017, on GPB Radio’s On Second Thought, Bloom Sugarman partner and founder Simon Bloom participated in the program’s Friday roundtable show, “The Break Room,” in which he provided insight into a number of hot issues. Regarding Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment of Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, […]

“Bloom Comments on Professors’ Campus Carry Lawsuit,” GPB Radio’s On Second Thought

On the October 5, 2017, edition of Georgia Public Broadcasting Radio’s “On Second Thought,” Bloom Sugarman partner and founder Simon Bloom offered commentary on a lawsuit filed by six University System of Georgia professors who are seeking to overturn the state’s so-called Campus Carry law. Bloom explained that the professors lack legal standing and that […]

“Bloom Addresses Whose Gun Laws Are More Strict, Georgia’s or Nevada’s?” CBS 46

In a story that aired on CBS 46 on October 3, 2017, Bloom Sugarman partner and founder Simon Bloom was interviewed regarding how Georgia’s gun laws compare to those of Nevada’s in the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas. Bloom discussed possible new regulations that might arise out of the tragedy, as well […]

“How to Navigate Trust, Estate, and Fiduciary Disputes,” Estate Planning

In an article published July 18, 2017 by Estate Planning magazine, Skip Sugarman discusses how litigation involving estates, trusts, and other fiduciary disputes differ from other forms of civil litigation.  Sugarman explains the most common fact patterns involved in estate litigation and provides the five most important steps to maximize the offs of a successful […]

“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 […]