When a bank fails, investors may experience significant losses. The exact outcome for investors depends on several factors, such as the type of investment they hold and the severity of the bank’s failure. If an investor holds shares of stock in the bank, the value of their investment may decline or become worthless. Additionally, if […]
The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) published a proposed rulemaking on January 5, 2023, aiming to eliminate entirely the use of non-compete agreements between employers and employees, including invalidating existing agreements that employers may have entered into years earlier. The proposed rule, which will impact private employers in all states, including Georgia, is located here: https://www.ftc.gov/system/files/ftc_gov/pdf/p201000noncompetenprm.pdf […]
Krevolin & Horst ranked as a leading law firm in Litigation: General Commercial for Chambers and Partners 2022 USA Guide. This is the first year K&H has received this prestigious honor as a firm in Chamber’s annual survey, a rare accomplishment for a smaller firm. Two K&H attorneys also received recognition in the 2022 USA […]
Firms must embrace that increasing diversity is more than just a hurdle to clear, said Joyce Gist Lewis, a partner at Krevolin & Horst LLC. “[It’s] buying into the concept that having a diverse pool of lawyers makes you stronger, makes you better and more competitive in the marketplace,” she said. “If you’re going to […]
Attorney Kana Caplan recently wrapped up a multi-state effort to collect discovery under 28 U.S.C. §1782 on behalf of Telehealth Products Corporation, Ltd (“Telehealth”). Telehealth is a Hong Kong company that manufactures various medical devices, including an automatic pill dispenser that helps dementia patients and their caregivers improve the management of pharmaceutical treatments. Telehealth […]
The uncertain landscape faced by thousands of small business owners in Georgia got a new wrinkle last week when Georgia’s governor announced that many “non-essential” businesses ordered shuttered during the pendency of the shelter-in-place order would be permitted to reopen. Along with questions regarding best practices to protect employees and staff when businesses reopen their […]
Jeff Horst is Krevolin Horst’s senior litigator and “a go-to lawyer for referrals.” Jeff handles a wide variety of business related disputes in the areas of appeals, business torts, contracts, corporate governance, covenants not to compete, employment, entertainment, franchise, insurance coverage, intellectual property, officer and director liability, professional liability, securities litigation, shareholder disputes, and trade […]
Zahra focuses her practice on whistleblower cases (False Claims Act/qui tam), white collar criminal defense, corporate internal investigations, and complex civil litigation. For 8 years, Zahra served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia. As a veteran and former state Senator, she has extensive experience dealing with the government.
We have one of the top litigation/trial practices in Atlanta, and it is a magnet for extraordinarily talented and credentialed lawyers, often from white-glove firms. 80% of our attorneys have been to trial, and we are frequently tapped to step in and serve as lead trial counsel.
Halsey Knapp is a trial lawyer who regularly advises clients on crisis management and best practices with particular emphasis on business arrangements, real estate transactions, graceful employment departures, legal ethics, and more antagonistic, high stakes, business divorces and business litigation. As a seasoned negotiator, Halsey frequently handles relationship issues with lawyers, clients, suppliers, competitors, owners, […]