Category Archives: Spotlight on Balch & Bingham

Will Wall Street Stand Up for Inherent Goodness?

In a final 15-page report to Southern Company’s institutional investors and Wall Street analysts sent 24 hours before their annual shareholders meeting, we summarized: Southern Company must immediately suspend its relationship with the embattled law firm Balch & Bingham until the firm conducts a top-to-bottom review of the firm, settles the horrific Newsome Conspiracy Case, … Continue reading Will Wall Street Stand Up for Inherent Goodness?

Balch & Bingham: The Itchy Elephant in the Room

We now have heard from insiders who believe our work in briefing the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, and the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee appears to have indeed spurred the multiple investigations into Black Hall Aerospace a/k/a/ AAL USA, Inc. by the Office of Inspector General of the U … Continue reading Balch & Bingham: The Itchy Elephant in the Room

Will Marathon and Northern Star Provide a Voice?

With Southern Company apparently violating its own compliance policy while being engulfed in a grave third-party risk crisis because of their sister-wife relationship with Balch & Bingham (only two weeks before their annual shareholders meeting), we reached out yesterday to two of Balch & Bingham’s most profitable D.C. lobbying clients for 2018: Marathon Petroleum and … Continue reading Will Marathon and Northern Star Provide a Voice?

Pillar of Integrity: Balch & Bingham’s Stephen Feaga

When Balch & Bingham announced their first-ever Chief Compliance Officer, Stephen Feaga, we applauded the firm’s decision with high praise and kudos. And we still do. Although Feaga has been quietly working in the background for almost five months, we have spoken to people in the the legal community, law enforcement officials, and esteemed members … Continue reading Pillar of Integrity: Balch & Bingham’s Stephen Feaga