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 […]

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 […]

Joyce Gist Lewis and Adam Sparks discuss their fight to protect voter rights in Georgia

Partners Joyce Gist Lewis and Adam Sparks, who lead K&H’s election law practice, are featured in the most recent edition of Primerus’ Paradigm magazine. The election law practice at Krevolin & Horst began during the run-up to the midterm races of 2018, and the firm has represented voting rights advocacy groups, Democratic committees, and individual […]

K&H Partners Author Georgia Law Review Article Discussing Attorney Accountability for Baseless Claims

In a widely-publicized opinion and order, a federal judge in Michigan recently imposed sanctions against attorneys found to have abused the judicial process in order to undermine the 2020 presidential election, and referred those lawyers for disciplinary proceedings in their respective home states. In a Summer 2021 article published in conjunction with the Georgia Law […]

K&H Attorneys Win Dismissal of Frivolous Election Contest

Krevolin & Horst, as co-counsel to Perkins Coie LLP, won dismissal of a lawsuit seeking to overturn the election victories of United States Senators Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. Superior Court Judge Brian J. Amero dismissed this election contest after a July 19 hearing, ruling that the contestant had filed his complaints about the November […]

Congratulations to Senator-Elect Jon Ossoff

Jon Ossoff has defeated incumbent Senator David Perdue in a hard-fought campaign. Mr. Ossoff will join fellow Georgia Democrat and Senator-Elect Reverend Raphael Warnock in federal office. Krevolin & Horst represents and advises Mr. Ossoff’s campaign committee, Jon Ossoff for Senate. We congratulate Senator-Elect Jon Ossoff on his extraordinary victory in the runoff election and […]

Long Voting Lines Lawsuit

With Perkins Coie LLP and on behalf of the DSCC, the Democratic Party of Georgia, and individual voters, Krevolin & Horst attorneys asked the Court on August 7 to require that Georgia provide a sufficient number and equitable distribution of polling places and other election resources to prevent long lines on Election Day. Read more […]