Bloom Parham Founding Partner Simon Bloom Appointed to the Board of Directors for the Council for Quality Growth
Tuesday, May 14th, 2019
Bloom Parham, LLP is pleased to announce that Simon H. Bloom has been appointed to the board of directors of the Council for Quality Growth.
The Council for Quality Growth, a not-for-profit organization, works to ensure that the Metro Atlanta region’s regulatory environment supports quality growth and development. The organization brings together and advocates for those who work at the intersection of public policy and private investment, including developers, contractors, engineers, architects, planners, law firms and banks. The Council advocates, informs and educates its members on important issues related to the development of the community and the region. It works with hundreds of elected officials across metro Atlanta to advise on regulation that protects communities while continuing to encourage economic development.
“I am honored to be a member of the Council for Quality Growth’s board of directors, working alongside some of the city’s most devoted professionals,” said Bloom. “I am grateful to be a part of an organization working to address the complex issues which impact the quality of life in our local communities. I look forward to working with this talented group of individuals to improve our communities and encourage Metro Atlanta’s continued economic development.”
Bloom focuses his practice on high stakes civil litigation with an emphasis on the real estate industry. He provides advice, counsel and litigation support for complex matters to clients including developers, builders, property owners and brokers throughout the United States. Bloom’s experience in the real estate industry includes real property disputes, from zoning and permitting, to closing and earnest money, to construction defect, homeowner disputes, eminent domain and complex tax appeal litigation. Outside of real estate, he has handled high stakes cases throughout the country including, employment and partnership disputes, intellectual property litigation and a wide array of contentious commercial battles.
The appointment continues a commitment to service for Bloom in the Atlanta community. He has also served on the Atlanta Police Foundation’s Board of Trustees, Teach for America’s Metro-Atlanta Advisory Board, and has held numerous leadership positions with nonprofit groups, including The Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, chairing the State Board of the Department of Community Affairs, and the Marcus Autism Center.
Bloom earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law.