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Stephen Broadus Graduates from Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce’s 2024 Leadership Gulf Coast Program

The program aims to develop strong, community-committed alumni. 

May 23, 2024
Awards & Rankings
Patrick Krechowski Voted Chair of Jacksonville Downtown Investment Authority

He will lead the organization in its mission to drive growth in business and investment, create a dynamic urban living environment and enhance the quality of life in downtown Jacksonville.

May 22, 2024
In the Media
Birmingham Business Journal Quotes Adam Israel on Potential Impacts of Noncompete Rule

Adam discusses how the new FTC rule could impact the workforce in Alabama. 

May 21, 2024
In the Media
Law360 Covers Arrival of Jeff Sharkey to Washington, D.C. Office
Jeff discusses his move to join Balch’s Washington, D.C. office, and how he will advise clients on navigating the regulations and policies that govern the nuclear energy landscape.
May 13, 2024
Firm News
Alina Fernandez Appointed to Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division Board of Governors
The Florida Bar YLD aims to foster enthusiasm and engagement among division members towards The Florida Bar's objectives.
May 8, 2024
Firm News
Balch & Bingham Welcomes Senior Regulatory Advisor Jeff Sharkey to Washington Office to Strengthen the Firm’s Nuclear Energy Practice
Jeff brings more than 28 years of experience working at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), including 16 years as Executive Policy Advisor to the Commissioners.
May 2, 2024
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2023 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Report
Our commitment to a better future for all of us.
May 2024
Authored Article
In ‘Case’ You Missed It: U.S. Supreme Court considers public officials’ use of social media

According to a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, public officials might violate the First Amendment when they "block" a member of the public from posting on their social media account, depending on the circumstances.

May 7, 2024
Authored Article
Federal Trade Commission Votes to Prohibit Non-Compete Clauses, Immediately Sued
Pepper Crutcher summarizes the immediate impact for employers and the challenges filed in a new article published by the Mississippi Manufacturers Association.
May 1, 2024
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