Three K&H Partners named to The Best Lawyers in America© list


Three K&H Partners named to The Best Lawyers in America© list

Announcements | August 16, 2018

Jeff Horst, Gerry Balboni and Halsey Knapp were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America. Jeff was selected for Arbitration, Commercial Litigation and Litigation – Securities. Gerry was selected for Technology Law. Halsey was selected for Commercial Litigation, Litigation – Construction, Litigation – Securities and Real Estate Law. Since […]

Have You Asked Yourself These Dozen Questions About Your Non-Competes?

Client Resources | June 21, 2018

Whether you’re an employer or employee, you probably want to know whether the restrictive covenant such as a non-compete clause (“non-compete”) or non-solicitation clause (“non-solicit”) will be enforced.  Here are a dozen questions that could make or break your restrictive covenant. Do any non-compete agreements date from before May 11, 2011? If so, then Georgia’s […]

Voting Rights Act violation lawsuit filed on behalf of Georgia residents

Representative Cases | June 20, 2018

Georgia voters, represented by Perkins Coie LLP and Adam Sparks and Halsey Knapp of Krevolin & Horst, have filed a complaint alleging that the Georgia General Assembly diluted African-American voting strength in an east Georgia Congressional district in violation of Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act. The Complaint is available here. Perkins Coie LLP […]

Dos and Don’ts: lessons for employers from federal judges on drafting non-competes and non-solicitations under Georgia’s Restrictive Covenants Act

Client Resources | June 7, 2018

So far, no Georgia appellate court has interpreted Georgia’s 2011 Restrictive Covenants Act (“Act”).  But the federal courts have still made rulings on the Act.  While each case is different and none of these cases are binding on courts in Georgia, we can learn from these federal rulings.  Here are drafting lessons for your restrictive […]

Is Your Non-Compete Enforceable Against That Employee?

Client Resources | May 29, 2018

You cannot enforce a non-compete agreement against every employee.  That may not be a surprise to you, and you may not care about enforcing non-competes against entry-level employees. But Georgia law can be more limited than employers may realize. Even employees that supervise other employees or have some customer-facing responsibilities may not be eligible for […]

Formation of International Trade Association

Representative Transactions | May 8, 2018

Crissy Wolfe helped form and grow an international trade association with offices in the US and Belgium, working closely with its primary founding members in drafting documents and policies and obtaining tax-exempt status in the US.

Buyout of Equity Interests

Representative Transactions | May 8, 2018

Crissy Wolfe represented Delta Air Lines in the buyout of equity interests in a company operating Terminal 4 at John F. Kennedy International Airport. The terminal is the only privately owned terminal at JFK, and one of the few in the US.

$200 Million Sale of Company

Representative Transactions | May 8, 2018

Crissy Wolfe assisted MES Group, Inc, in its sale to ExamWorks, Inc., a publicly traded company, for $200 million, including asset tailoring prior to the transaction.

$15 million Acquisition of Solar Technology Company

Representative Transactions | May 7, 2018

Crissy Wolfe represented SunPower Corporation in its $15 million acquisition of Solaire Generation, Inc. As part of the deal, SunPower Corporation acquired patented technology for the engineering and design of solar panel

$25 Million Merger of API Manufacturers

Representative Transactions | May 7, 2018

Crissy Wolfe represented biotechnology company Pharmacore, Inc., in its $25 million merger with Cambrex Corporation, through which Pharmacore became a wholly owned subsidiary of Cambrex.

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