TFH LEGAL BLOG

TFH Legal Wins Hotly Contested Defamation Case

November 5, 2019

TFH LEGAL BLOG TFH Legal Wins Hotly Contested Defamation Case TFH Legal congratulates Otto Feil, Taylor Harper and Celeste McCollough in obtaining finality on a judgment rendered in our clients’ favor in a hotly contested defamation case that Otto and Taylor tried to a jury in July 2017 and won.  The case was appealed thereafter by the defendant to the Georgia Court of Appeals. Otto tragically, however, suffered a debilitating stroke before the appellate brief was due and Celeste McCollough […]

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Cher Gregoire Rejoins TFH Legal

October 19, 2019

TFH LEGAL BLOG Cher Gregoire Rejoins TFH Legal Cher Gregoire re-joined TFH Legal in October 2019 as a Shareholder.  Cher is a litigator who not only has excellent oral and written skills required to be a successful litigator, but also has the ability to quickly grasp the legal and factual issues of any given situation and advise clients as to both the practical and legal aspects of their case, which has always been a strength of lawyers in the Firm.  […]

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Aaron Funk Named Of Counsel

September 10, 2019

TFH LEGAL BLOG Aaron Funk Named Of Counsel The Firm associated Aaron Funk as Of Counsel in September 2019. Aaron is a recent transplant to Georgia and when not serving in his traditional capacity as general or corporate counsel for another business, Aaron is a craft cocktail and beer aficionado. As part of his knowledge in those areas, Aaron also has extensive experience in beverage alcohol regulatory matters at both the retail and manufacturing tiers.

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TFH Legal Sponsors 2019 GRACE Awards

August 11, 2019

TFH LEGAL BLOG TFH Legal Sponsors 2019 GRACE Awards TFH Legal was a sponsor of the 2019 Georgia Restaurant Association GRACE Awards in August 2019, an event that recognizes hospitality and food service professionals for excellence in their fields.  Lisa Harper presented the Award for Diversity Leadership to Meherwan Irani of Chai Pani Restaurant Group.

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13th Annual Gala

August 3, 2019

TFH LEGAL BLOG 13th Annual Grace Awards Gala TFH Legal is attending the 13th Annual GRACE Awards Gala hosted by the Georgia Restaurant Association (the GRA). As stated by the GRA, the awards given at the Gala “recognize hospitality and foodservice professionals for excellence and achievement in their fields emphasizing the GRA’s mission to celebrate and honor Georgia’s exemplary culinary scene.” This year the event is to be held at the Delta Flight Museum on August 11. We are looking […]

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TFH Legal Welcomes Terry Bailey

June 22, 2019

TFH Legal welcomed Terry Bailey to the Firm in June 2019.  The Firm was pleased to be able to bring Terry on to assist in its ever growing beverage alcohol regulatory practice, while at the same time offering Terry a broader beverage alcohol and hospitality practice and the ability to provide full service commercial representation for clients.  Terry came to the Firm with a wealth of experience in retail alcohol licensing matters, government affairs, and land use and zoning, all […]

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The TFH Legal Beverage Alcohol Regulatory Team Continues to Grow to Meet Demand

June 17, 2019

TFH LEGAL BLOG The TFH Legal Beverage Alcohol Regulatory Team Continues to Grow to Meet Demand The TFH Legal beverage alcohol regulatory team continues to grow to meet demand. Terry Bailey has joined TFH Legal as a lawyer in that ever growing practice. Terry comes to us with substantial experience in retail beverage alcohol licensing and regulatory matters, along with experience working for the City of Atlanta, the Office of the Fulton County Attorney, and the Georgia General Assembly and […]

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Minimum Wage Hike and the Restaurant Industry

June 3, 2019

TFH LEGAL BLOG Minimum Wage Hike and the Restaurant Industry Minimum Wage Hike and the Restaurant Industry. Although the U.S. House of Representatives recent passing of the Raise the Wage Act stands little chance of actuality being enacted under the current administration, the battle rages on about it. In sum, under the Act, The federal pay floor would be increased to $15 per hour by 2025, then index future increase to median wage gains. The minimum wage hikes would take […]

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