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The Partners Post

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The Partners Post

TPG Attends the AALA Annual Business Expo

The Atlanta Association of Legal Administrators gives its business partners great opportunities to get together with all the members of their organization. August was no exception, as The Partners Group had the pleasure of attending the Atlanta Association of Legal Administrators Annual Business Expo. AALA members did a fantastic job of setting up … Read More ›

TPG Participates in the Atlanta Bar Association/ACC’s Joint Day of Service

My partner, David Gruskin, and I had the pleasure of participating in a volunteer joint day of service with the Corporate Counsel Section of the Atlanta Bar and the Association of Corporate Counsel, Georgia Chapter. This year’s project was a Mobile Food Pantry, and team of over 30 volunteers assisted with packaging and … Read More ›

A Big Shout Out to Our TPG Speakers!

Many thanks to our friends Jonathan Hawkins of Krevolin & Horst, LLC and Dan Turner of Littler for speaking and sharing their wisdom at our national company meeting in ATL. Dan waxed poetic about DOL other trends that make it even more of an economic, regulatory and logistical no-brainer for firms and companies … Read More ›

Lunch with Mayor Kasim Reed

Several of us from The Partners Group recently attended a luncheon with Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed at the Capital City Club Downtown. The Mayor spoke to a small gathering of Capital City Club members and business leaders about the state of the City of Atlanta. He discussed recent improvements to infrastructure, the restoration and development … Read More ›

TPG and Legalpeople Take NALP!

The Partners Group and Legalpeople recently attended the National Association of Legal Professionals (NALP) Annual Education Conference in Chicago. I was joined by my colleagues, Cristina Leon, Jim Kosciolek, Bill Colman, Carrie Antonopoulos, and Allen Rein as exhibitors at this year’s event held at the Sheraton in Downtown Chicago. This year’s conference had a record … Read More ›