Carolyn “Tippi” Cain Burch Mentioned in AJC Article About Defamation Claim

Carolyn “Tippi” Cain Burch was mentioned in a May 20, 2016 Atlanta Journal-Constitution article entitled, “Daniel Cowan threatens lawsuit over Barry Loudermilk’s Iran mailer.” Burch, who represents candidate Daniel Cowan, wrote a letter demanding that incumbent US Representative Barry Loudermilk cease and desist all defamation of Cowan’s character and reputation, and publicly apologize for making […]

Chalmers Pak Burch & Adams LLC Expands Political Law and Litigation Teams

PRESS RELEASE Chalmers Pak Burch & Adams LLC Expands Political Law and Litigation Teams Firm Doubles in Size in First Year Atlanta, GA – May 3, 2016 – Chalmers Pak Burch & Adams, LLC is pleased to announce that it has added three attorneys to its political law and litigation teams: Michael G. Adams, Charles […]

BJay Pak Interviewed by WSB About Snellville Elections

Chalmers Pak Burch & Adams attorney Byung “BJay” Pak was interviewed by WSB-TV for its story on Snellville’s alleged mishandling of approximately 20 provisional ballots in the November 2015 election. Pak was hired by the city of Snellville to represent two of its poll workers. “Based on the facts I know… I don’t think my […]

Georgia State Rep BJay Pak Comments on Gov. Deal’s Veto of Religious Freedom Bill

Georgia State Representative Byung “BJay” Pak, an attorney with Chalmers Pak Burch & Adams, was quoted in a recent National Review article entitled, “Georgia Religious-Liberty Fight Reveals Christian Right’s Weakened Influence.” The article discusses how Gov. Nathan Deal’s veto of the controversial religious freedom bill has stoked the long-standing tensions between the business and evangelical […]

Georgia State Representative BJay Pak Will Not Seek Re-election – Gwinnett Daily Post

Chalmers Pak & Burch attorney Byung “BJay” Pak, currently serving as a Georgia State Representative, announced that he will not run for reelection this year. Pak, who has served three terms in the Georgia General Assembly, first made the announcement on his Facebook page. The Gwinnett Daily Post published an article about Pak’s  decision. “When […]

Doug Chalmers Comments on Suit Over Gov. Deal’s Judgeship Appointments

Doug Chalmers, managing member of Chalmers Pak & Burch LLC, was quoted in a November 19 Daily Report article about the lawsuit challenging Gov. Nathan Deal’s authority to appoint three new judgeships on the Georgia Court of Appeals. Chalmers was critical of the suit, commenting that the pertinent provision in the state constitution is the […]

Doug Chalmers’ Motion to Dismiss Oxendine Ethics Complaint Covered by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Doug Chalmers, managing member of Chalmers Pak & Burch LLC, was mentioned in an October 27, 2015 Atlanta Journal-Constitution article entitled, “Oxendine moves for dismissal of ethics complaint.” Chalmers, who represents former Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine, filed a motion asking the state ethics commission to dismiss an amended complaint filed over Oxendine’s 2010 gubernatorial election campaign. […]

Doug Chalmers Comments on the Recent Rise of Super PACs

Doug Chalmers, managing member of Chalmers Pak & Burch LLC, was recently interviewed by Atlanta Business Chronicle staff writer Dave Williams about the role of independent super PACs in fundraising for the upcoming presidential election. Here is an excerpt from the Atlanta Business Chronicle article, “Super PACs taking over presidential sweepstakes”- August 14, 2015: That […]