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    Alan Thomas Named to Who’s Who Legal: Product Liability Defence 2017 Listing

    Huie parter Alan Thomas has been named to the Who’s Who Legal: Product Liability Defence 2017 listing. The annual publication will be released in June 2017. Who’s Who Legal: Product Liability Defence, which was first published in 1997, identifies private practice lawyers with a proven track record in representing and advising manufacturers and sellers against claims…

    Huie Co-Sponsors RIMS Alabama Chapter 2017 Seminar

    Huie will co-sponsor the RIMS Alabama Chapter 2017 Seminar held on April 11th. This free seminar for risk management professionals will focus on “Hot Topics in Risk Management.” Huie partners Clay Clark and Tom Bazemore will speak at the seminar.  Clay will join a panel discussion focusing on Potential Pitfalls in the Life of a Workers’…

    Joe Duncan Named In Top Attorneys 2017 Listing by Birmingham Magazine

    We are pleased to announce that Joe Duncan has been included in the Birmingham Magazine Top Attorneys 2017 listing. Joe received recognition for being a top construction attorney. This winter, Birmingham Magazine conducted its eighth annual peer-reviewed survey, asking more than 4,000 local attorneys registered with the Birmingham Bar Association for their nominations for the area’s top lawyers in…

    Stan Cash to Speak at Medical Malpractice Conference

    Huie senior partner Stan Cash will serve as a distinguished faculty member at the 2017 Medical Malpractice Conference for Alabama Attorneys. This event, presented by Alabama Law Weekly, will take place on Friday, April 28th in Birmingham. The program will focus on explaining the very latest developments in healthcare liability and sharing trial experiences. Stan’s presentation…

    Six Huie Attorneys Selected as 2017 Top Flight Lawyers by B-Metro

    Huie attorneys David Brown, Lanier Brown, Jennifer Egbe, Jennifer Segers, Jim Shaw and Martha Thompson were selected as 2017 Top Flight Lawyers by B-Metro magazine. Top Flight Lawyers are determined by outside research companies and peer nominations. Criteria includes education, involvement in professional organizations and community service. To view the full list, click here.

    Defense Verdict for Ford Motor Company in Florida

    Huie attorney Greg Schuck secured a defense verdict for Ford Motor Company on March 2, 2017, in Seminole County, Florida. In June 2010, the 19-year-old Plaintiff’s decedent was involved in a single vehicle rollover crash after experiencing a tread separation on Interstate 95 near Malabar, Florida.  Her parents brought suit against Ford Motor Company alleging…

  • Decisions

    2016 Alabama Appellate Insurance Law Decisions

    Walter Price provides insight into recent case law related to 2016 Alabama appellate insurance law decisions. Specifically, he examines the following issues and their relevant case law: Notice to Insurer’s Apparent Agent Change in Life Insurance Beneficiary to One With No Insurable Interest Mysterious Disappearance Exclusion Policy Reformation Read the full report here.

    2016 Alabama Medical Malpractice Appellate Decisions

    Walter Price provides insight into recent case law related to 2016 medical malpractice appellate decisions in Alabama. Specifically, he examines the following issues and their relevant case law: Application of the AMLA Statute of Repose Commencement of a Medical Malpractice Action for Statute of Limitations Purposes Read the full report here.

    2015 Alabama Medical Malpractice Decisions

    Walter Price provides insight into recent case law related to medical malpractice decisions in Alabama. Specifically, he examines the following issues and their relevant case law: Alabama Medical Liability Act Does Not Apply to Claims of Sexual Assault Proof of Breach of the Standard of Care by Expert Testimony Read the full report here.

    2015 Alabama Insurance Law Decisions

    Walter Price provides insight into recent case law related to insurance in Alabama. Specifically, he examines the following issues and their relevant case law: UIM Subrogation/Attorney Fee Decision UIM Carrier’s Advance of Tortfeasor’s Limits CGL Duty to Defend Other Insurance Life Insurance Application – Duty-to-Read Read the full report here.

    2013 Alabama Medical Malpractice Decisions

    Huie partner Walter Price looks at recent case law related to 2013 Alabama medical malpractice decisions. Specifically, he examines the following issues and their relevant case law: Similarly Situated Expert Witness Need for Expert Testimony Read the full report here.

  • Articles

    Huie Automotive Attorneys Published in For The Defense, a DRI Publication

    “General Jurisdiction Challenges and Jurisdictional Discovery Post Daimler AG v. Bauman” By: John Isaac Southerland, Jeremy Gaddy and Elizabeth Davis For the Defense, a DRI publication April 2017 In 2014, the Supreme Court of the United States issued Daimler AG v. Bauman, 134 S. Ct. 746 (2014), purportedly to clarify and reaffirm the law on…

    David Brown Co-Authors “Manufacturer Liability for Used Durable Medical Equipment”

    “Manufacturer Liability for Used Durable Medical Equipment” By: David Brown and Gretchen Schuler Litigation Management Winter 2017 “Used wheelchair for sale – just like new. Barely been used. Still under warranty. Each piece of equipment is in good working order, cleaned and inspected by factory trained technicians.” In today’s day and age, products and goods…

    Huie Construction Indemnity Clauses & AI Provisions Webinar

    A Closer Look: Construction Indemnity Clauses and Additional Insured Provisions Webinar As construction contracts continue to become an increased source of litigation, they also continue to create insurance coverage “gaps” for many companies. On December 6, 2016, Joe Duncan, Jeremy Gaddy and Bart Cannon led an in-depth discussion on construction and contractor-related indemnity clauses and…

    Additional Theories for Hospital Direct and Vicarious Liability

    “Additional Theories for Hospital Direct and Vicarious Liability” By: Walt Price and David Fleming Professional Liability Defense Quarterly PLDQ Fall 2016 Presuming that juries will more likely return a verdict against a hospital than a local physician, or in search of a “deep pocket,” attorneys representing injured patients have sought to hold hospitals vicariously liable…

    Firearms and Construction by Bart Cannon

    Firearms and Construction By: Bart Cannon Alabama Construction News April – June 2016 Alabama’s statute governing restrictions on firearms by employers (Ala. Code (1975) §13A-11-90) has been the topic of much discussion recently. While the statute’s nuances deserve a detailed analysis for a full understanding (which is not the purpose here), a general understanding of the law is important for employers and employees because the statute provides unique rights, responsibilities, and remedies for both.…

    Personal Jurisdiction: Where Can A Defendant Be Sued?

    The Ever Evolving Landscape of Personal Jurisdiction: Who Can Be Sued Where? By: H. Cannon Lawley The constitutional limitations on courts’ powers to exercise jurisdiction over corporate defendants have been the subject of recent opinions by the United States and Alabama Supreme Courts, which narrow the circumstances in which a court may require a defendant to defend…

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