Chalmers Pak Burch & Adams is pleased to announce that the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia has appointed attorney Byung “BJay” Pak to its Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panel. This Panel is responsible for evaluating the service of current Magistrate Judges eligible for reappointment, and recommending qualified candidates for new […]
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 […]
ATLANTA, GA — Attorney Carolyn “Tippi” Burch, a Member of Chalmers Pak & Burch LLC, has been selected by the Daily Report as one of Georgia’s top 40 lawyers under the age of 40 for 2015. Honorees for this list of “On the Rise” lawyers were nominated by their peers and then chosen by the […]
From the Savannah Morning News article: “Gift rules for state employees mostly ignored, observers say” – July 11, 2015: State workers aren’t supposed to accept anything worth more than $25, and companies that do business with the state are supposed to file annual reports of what they spend on the workers — but observers say […]
The July 9, 2015 edition of the Daily Report featured front-page coverage of Chalmers Pak & Burch. Here is an excerpt from the article, “3 Republican Lawyer-Politicos Start Boutique Firm.” Three politically connected Republican lawyers—Doug Chalmers, BJay Pak and Tippi Burch—have opened a new political law and litigation boutique, Chalmers Pak & Burch. The three said […]
Chalmers Pak & Burch LLC Atlanta, GA – June 19, 2015 – Douglas Chalmers, Jr., State Representative Byung “BJay” Pak, and Carolyn “Tippi” Cain Burch are pleased to announce the formation of Chalmers Pak & Burch LLC. Well connected in the business, legal and political communities, these attorneys are creating a boutique firm that will […]
From the Star-Tribune article: “Liz Cheney political camp tries to halt negative ad on gay marriage” – October 10, 2013: Liz Cheney’s 2014 U.S. Senate campaign team attempted to squelch a new super political action committee-funded TV ad that attacks her stance on gay marriage. Cheney’s office sent letters to cable operators and TV stations […]
Video: News coverage from the Andrea Sneiderman Trial. Day 6. Part 5. Motion for acquittal and motion to dismiss. If the video does not automatically start at the 44 minute mark, please forward to that point.