Now a thriving center for medical research, banking and financial services, and higher education, Birmingham was at one time viewed as the primary industrial area of the southern United States. According to the city’s official website, at the height of the U.S. manufacturing age, Birmingham’s quick growth earned it the nickname “the Magic City.” McGlinchey Stafford’s Birmingham office was opened in 2015.
McGlinchey News ReleaseMcGlinchey Announces New Governance Structure, Policy Committee Members
July 12, 2021
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that it has updated the structure of its governing committees, and announces the new composition of its executive Policy Committee.
PodcastsPodcast: Cryptocurrency – Wall Street or Main Street?
July 7, 2021
As cryptocurrency becomes more widely accepted as a payment method, it leaves many people wondering whether it will remain a volatile investment or become as common as a debit card. In our second cryptocurrency podcast, we asked the question: is cryptocurrency Wall Street or Main Street?
McGlinchey News ReleaseMcGlinchey Bolsters Labor and Employment Capabilities With Hire of Christine Tenley
May 20, 2021
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to welcome skilled litigator Christine Tenley as a Member (Partner) in the firm's Labor and Employment group. She will be working from the firm’s New Orleans office with practices also in Alabama and Georgia.
McGlinchey in the NewsBirmingham Business Journal Names Chris Couch to its Best of the Bar
May 12, 2021
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that the Birmingham Business Journal has named Member Christopher P. Couch to its 2021 Best of the Bar, which honors excellence within the city’s legal industry.
Attorney Published ArticleScared of Your Clients’ Involvement With Cryptocurrency?
May 4, 2021
Bob Driscoll (Washington) and Ross Benson (Birmingham) wrote an article that was published in Law.com's May, 2021 issue of the Business Crimes Bulletin. The article serves to provide attorneys with an overview of the legality and illegality of various cryptocurrency-related activities.
AlertIRS Provides Safe Harbor to Deduct Certain 2020 PPP Related Expenses in 2021
April 23, 2021
The IRS has announced a safe harbor in Revenue Procedure 2021-20 that will permit certain taxpayers an election to deduct in 2021 expenses paid with proceeds of a forgiven PPP that were not claimed as a deduction on their tax return or information return filed in 2020.
EventWebinar: Updates to the Paycheck Protection Program & Other Issues
March 18, 2021
Join us on Thursday, March 18 for the second installment in our 3-Part webinar series on the Paycheck Protection Program and formulate your game-plan before you apply for forgiveness.
EventWebinar: What to know about PPP loan forgiveness
February 18, 2021
You certified your eligibility for the PPP loan, calculated the amount of your loan, and submitted your application. You used the loan proceeds for allowable purposes. Now, the time has come to calculate the amount to claim in your Loan Forgiveness Application. But is there a “right” way to do it?
McGlinchey in the NewsWhy Alabama could see a rebound in bank M&A activity this year
February 4, 2021
Birmingham Member Chris Couch is quoted in an article discussing potential merger and acquisition activity for Alabama banks in the Feb. 4, 2021 issue of the Birmingham Business Journal.
Attorney Published ArticleVaccines in the Time of COVID: An Employer’s Perspective
December 28, 2021
Mag Bickford (New Orleans) and Chase Stoecker (Ft. Lauderdale) authored the article "Vaccines in the Time of COVID: An Employer’s Perspective" in the Alabama Bankers Association December 2020 Board Briefs newsletter.