Congratulations to our client Vista Residential Partners

Congratulations to our client, Vista Residential Partners, for closing on the financing and acquisitions for their new multi-family development in Holly Springs, North Carolina. This beautifully planned development is set to bring exciting opportunities and growth to the community. A special shoutout to Krevolin & Horst attorneys Douglas Krevolin and Jacquelyn Caroe for their hard […]

Krevolin & Horst Ranks as Top Law Firm in Litigation by Chambers and Partners in the 2024 USA Guide

We are proud to announce that Krevolin & Horst has been recognized as a leading law firm in Litigation: General Commercial by Chambers and Partners in their 2024 USA Guide. This marks the third consecutive year that our litigation team has received this prestigious honor, a rare accomplishment for a smaller firm. Additionally, K&H partners […]

Racing Prodigy: Empowering Tomorrow’s Motorsports Stars

Krevolin & Horst attorneys Gerry Balboni and Zamani Williams attended Prodigy Week hosted by our client Racing Prodigy. Racing Prodigy’s mission is to develop drivers to compete in an inclusive and accessible motorsports racing league.  Prodigy Week brought together 32 of the world’s most talented up and coming drivers to compete at Atlanta Motorsports in the Radical […]

Krevolin & Horst Welcomes Two New Attorneys

We are excited to welcome Jenn Coalson and William Ponder to the firm to bolster our expansive services as a boutique law firm. Jenn K. Coalson has joined K&H as litigation counsel, bringing over 15 years of experience in guiding corporate and individual clients through high-stakes legal disputes. She has served as lead counsel at […]

Client Alert: Federal Trade Commission Bans Use of Non-Compete Agreements

 By Kana Caplan and Jack Cartwright On April 23, 2024, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) voted 3-2 to ban employers from using noncompete agreements with employees. The rule, first proposed in January 2023, prohibits businesses from entering into new noncompete agreements with any employees.  Businesses, however, will be able to enforce existing non-compete agreements against […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]