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It’s clear that 2022 will be another good year for MMM. The Daily Report legal newspaper interviewed Simon Malko in its article: ‘Be Flexible’: How Firms can Successfully Plan for What’s Next. The feature appears in Southeast Takeaways, which the media outlet describes as a weekly look at news of the legal profession that will highlight important developments to help manage firms, grow practices and serve clients better. “It’s a smart business decision to invest in human capital,” Managing Part ...


Atlanta (February 2022) – MMMPact, the corporate social responsibility program at Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, nominated two new leaders as it approaches its 10thanniversary. It also announced the date for a major fundraising event for its current nonprofit partner.

The new leaders include Patrick Lowther, who is the new Chair of the MMMPact Steering Committee. He takes over from former Chair Christina Graham, who has accepted a spot on MMM’s Executive Committee. Larkin Ellzey also moves into ...


Opportunity Zone magazine has named its Top 25 attorneys and once again MMM’s Matt Peurach, is on the list. Peurach has made the list each year since 2019.

Peurach founded and chairs MMM’s Opportunity Zone practice, which was one of the first in the nation. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 created the program to encourage investment in distressed areas by allowing people who invest in those areas to defer, reduce or even eliminate capital gains over time.

 He is also a partner in the firm’s C ...


Joe Manning – a skilled litigator, dedicated mentor, devoted family man and co-founder of Morris Manning & Martin – has passed away at age 80. Firm leaders remember Manning as an excellent lawyer whose guidance helped create the firm’s culture of collaboration, mutual trust and giving back. Read more in this examination of his life and career from The Daily Report.


Atlanta (February 2022) – Atlanta as an emerging national tech and investment hub is the topic of an upcoming Wharton Club of Atlanta program. John Yates, chair of the Corporate Technology Group at Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP will headline the online event Thursday, February 24 at noon.

Yates, a pioneer in technology law, will address topics including the Atlanta tech community’s history, its key leaders and their legacies, success stories, lessons learned and what the future holds.

After laun ...

Atlanta (February 2022) – Dan Huynh, a partner in the Intellectual Property practice of Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, has begun a two-year term on the Southeast Regional Board of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). Founded in 1913, ADL’s mission is to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and secure justice and fair treatment to all.  

A recipient of the ADL Southeast Region’s 2020 Emerging Leader Award, Huynh says his first goal is to immerse himself within the organization and to learn as mu ...


Before he earned his law degree, MMM Chairman Gerald Pouncey worked as an engineer. His educational background helped prepare him to become one of the top environmental lawyers in the U.S. His alma mater - the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering at Auburn University - recently honored Pouncey and other outstanding alumni and staff as Distinguished Auburn Engineers. The honor, bestowed by the Auburn Alumni Engineering Council, is a formal recognition of their distinguished professional careers.

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Atlanta (January 19, 2022) – Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP earned 100 on the Corporate Equality Index – the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s annual assessment of LGBTQ+ workplace equality.This is the firm’s fifth time to achieve the important recognition. The Corporate Equality Index is considered the nation’s foremost benchmarking survey and report measuring corporate policies and practices related to LGBTQ+ workplace equality. 

“Congratulations to Morris, Manning & Martin for achieving the t ...


Three leaders at MMM have been named to Atlanta magazine’s Atlanta 500. The yearly feature spotlights the area’s top leaders in business, government, education, nonprofits, the arts and other areas. MMM Chairman Gerald Pouncey, Managing Partner Simon Malko and Corporate Technology Group Chair John Yates all made the 2022 list.

The publication notes that the list represents “the cream of the crop” for metro Atlanta leaders – adding that inclusion represents more than titles or rank. The judges c ...