John Eastman Faces Disbarment Recommendation from California State Bar Court

On March 27, 2024, the California bar issued its opinion that attorney John Eastman should be stripped of his California bar license as a consequence for failing to support the Constitution and laws of the United States and for misleading courts and the public through his misrepresentations about the 2020 presidential election. This is one more necessary and proper step […]

Jane of All Trades, Master of Some: Developing Expertise in a Generalist Litigation Practice

Check out the April edition of “Lady Justice” by Primerus. Krevolin & Horst attorneys Jessica Gabel Cino and Sada Jacobson Bâby authored the article – “Jane of All Trades, Master of Some: Developing Expertise in a Generalist Litigation Practice” (see pages 12-14). In litigation, being a generalist can offer versatility and adaptability. Attorneys with broad […]

Calling All Whistleblowers: DOJ Unveils New Rewards Program

The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the launch of a whistleblower rewards program aimed at addressing gaps in existing federal whistleblower initiatives. The program seeks to encourage self-reporting by companies and aims to combat the decline in DOJ prosecutions of white-collar crime over the past decade. Before officially launching the program later this year, the […]

Supreme Court Opines on First Amendment Implications on Use of Personal Social Media for Public Matters

On March 15, the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion clarifying the standard used to determine whether a public official’s use of a personal social media account violates the First Amendment when she deletes comments or blocks another user from posting. In Lindke v. Freed, a unanimous Court held that an official’s deletion or […]

M&A Attorney’s Practice Focuses on Domestic, Middle Market Deals

Cristiane “Crissy” Wolfe is a self-confessed “deal junkie.” “I love negotiating and closing deals,” says the Atlanta attorney, who is a partner at Krevolin & Horst, LLC, where she regularly represents middle market companies in multimillion-dollar transactions, on both the buy and sell side. She thrives on the rush from working deep into the night, trying to […]

Election Observer Calls for Federal Investigation of Voting System Breach

In January, Krevolin & Horst attorneys and their co-counsel tried Curling v. Raffensperger, a long-running federal civil rights case concerning Georgia’s voting equipment. The court received evidence and testimony first uncovered by plaintiffs’ discovery efforts regarding unlawful access to Georgia’s voting equipment and software in Coffee County, Georgia; ties between those accessing equipment on the ground […]

K&H Partners Complete Federal Trial on Georgia Election Security

K&H partners Halsey G. Knapp, Jr. and Adam M. Sparks recently concluded a month-long federal trial of their clients’ voting rights claims. In 2018, K&H began representing Georgia voters who sought to vindicate their due process and equal protection rights to cast an accountable vote in person. Plaintiffs argued that Georgia’s election system violates their […]