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COVID-19 Guidance for Emergency Conditions Teleconferences Under the Open Meetings Laws

Under the current “emergency conditions” related to COVID-19, charter schools may conduct board meetings (or committee meetings) via teleconference.  The requirements (contained in OCGA 150-14-1(g)) are as follows: That there is a situation involving “public safety or the preservation of property or public services.”  The current situation qualifies. You should provide notice through the following […]


COVID-19 Small Business Loan Update

We at Krevolin & Horst know that these are uncertain and difficult times and wanted to let those of you with small businesses know about potential programs for relief. Expansion of SBA’s 7(a) Loan Program to Support “Paycheck Protection Program” Loans Built into the CARES Act, which has been approved by Congress and signed by […]


Lawsuit settled, giving Georgia voters time to fix rejected ballots

In our clients continued fight for everyone’s right to vote, a lawsuit over correcting absentee ballots was settled. The settlement included provisions that voters must be notified if their absentee ballots are not accepted in order for corrections to be made. Read more about the settlement at the link below.


Six Krevolin & Horst Attorneys Recognized as 2020 Georgia Super Lawyers

Krevolin & Horst is proud to announce five of our partners and two associate have been chosen as 2020 Super Lawyers. Doug Krevolin, Jeff Horst, Zahra Karinshak, Halsey Knapp and Joyce Gist Lewis were named Super Lawyers. Patricia Minton was named to Rising Stars. Joyce was also the featured attorney on the cover of the […]


Krevolin & Horst Announces Two New Partners

Krevolin & Horst is pleased to announce we have elected two new partners, Michael Karamat and Wes Turner. Michael Karamat is a partner in our corporate, real estate, and technology practice areas. Michael focuses his practice on corporate finance transactions, including structured financings, acquisition financings and asset-based financings. He has experience representing both financial institutions […]


SEC Enforcement Action Reinforces Priorities and Challenges in Annual Report

By Cameron W. Ellis Last month, the SEC issued its annual report.  A few days ago, the SEC announced an accounting fraud enforcement action that reinforces several important areas—both areas of focus and challenges—in the report. The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement’s 2019 fiscal year report (“Report”) On November 6, 2019, the SEC […]


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