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    Huie Welcomes Three New Attorneys to Birmingham Office

    Huie is pleased to welcome three new attorneys. Hillary Fisher, Kellianne Campbell and Barry Burkett recently joined the firm as associates. “Hillary, Kellianne and Barry are great additions to our team,” said John Herndon, Managing Partner. “They are smart, capable attorneys committed to providing exceptional service to our clients. We look forward to them growing…

    Nursing Home Facility Defense Verdict in Mobile

    Gordon Sproule, Jr. and Charles J. Fleming, Jr., partners at Huie, successfully defended a Mobile, Alabama nursing home facility in an Alabama Medical Liability Act matter that was arbitrated on October 1, 2018. The case was brought on behalf of a nursing home resident who allegedly suffered a spiral fracture of the femur when she rolled out of…

    Huie Joins Ford Motor Company in Global Day of Service

    Joining volunteers around the world, nearly 20 employees from Huie took part in the inaugural Global Day of Service, a worldwide initiative spearheaded by Ford Motor Company’s Legal Alliance for Women (LAW), the company’s professional organization focused of women in the legal practice. The coordinated global effort will assist organizations in supporting the empowerment and…

    Fortune Leads Alabama Data Breach Notification Act Webinar

    On Thursday, September 13th, Huie hosted a webinar entitled: “A Closer Look: The Alabama Data Breach Notification Act of 2018.” Led by Daniel Fortune, Huie’s cybersecurity liability practice group leader, the in-depth discussion focused on cyber risks and threats in Alabama and how the Alabama Data Breach Notification Act of 2018 can impact companies and consumers. The Act, which…

    Partners Secure Defense Verdict for Jacksonville Medical Center

    A Calhoun County jury returned a defense verdict in favor of Jacksonville Medical Center on August 31, 2018. Huie partners Stan Cash and Megan Jones represented the defendant in the medical malpractice case. The lawsuit arose from an incident occurring in November 2012 when the 53-year-old plaintiff fell. The plaintiff, who asked for $1.1 million…

  • Decisions

    2017 Alabama Medical Malpractice Appellate Decisions

    Walter Price provides insight into recent case law related to 2017 Alabama medical malpractice appellate court decisions. Specifically, he examines the following issues and their relevant case law: Exception to Rule That a Breach of the Standard of Care and Causation Must Be Establish by Expert Testimony Statute of Limitations Applicable to Indemnity Action Summary Judgment…

    2017 Alabama Appellate Courts Insurance Law Decisions

    Walter Price provides insight into recent case law related to significant 2017 Alabama appellate court insurance law decisions. The focus of these decisions is on auto insurance coverage. Specifically, he examines the following issues and their relevant case law: Tortfeasor’s Bankruptcy Does Not Prohibit Underinsured Motorist Claim Application of “Household Exclusion” Does Not Render Vehicle an Uninsured…

    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.

  • Articles

    Huie Attorneys Co-Author Alabama Data Breach Notification Act Article

    Title: “The ABCs and 123s of the Alabama Data Breach Notification Act of 2018: Will Your Company Be Compliance Ready by June 1, 2018?” Authors: Daniel Fortune, Jeremy Gaddy and Bart Cannon; Alabama Construction News, April-June 2018   Governor Ivey recently signed the Alabama Data Breach Notification Act of 2018 into law. The Act, which went into effect…

    Bryan Paul Contributes to Home Inspector State-by-State Guide

    Huie partner Bryan Paul was selected to contribute to the Alabama section of the 2018 State-by-State Guide: Enforceability of Limited Liability Clauses in Home Inspector Pre-Inspection Contracts. The Guide was produced by The Hanover Insurance Company and other contributing attorneys. Within his practice, BP has represented a wide variety of individuals, companies and insurers. He specializes in…

    FDCC Publishes Insurance Article by Tom Bazemore

    Author: Tom Bazemore Title: “Picking Up the Tab When You Weren’t Invited to Dinner: An Insured’s Effort to Collect a Consent Judgment to the Surprise of the Insurer” FDCC Insights: A Journal for Defense and Corporate Counsel, June 2017 The obligation of an insurer to defend an insured is universally recognized as broader than an insurer’s obligation…

    Duncan Article Published in CLM Construction Claims

    “Builders vs. Mother Earth: Coastal construction growth promises more builders claims for natural catastrophe damage” By: Joe Duncan and Russ Patane Construction Claims Summer 2017, Volume 2, Issue 2 According to the Insurance Information Institute, 2016 insured natural disasters in the United States accounted for more than $23.8 billion in damages. Worldwide, the total estimated damages…

    John Isaac Southerland Personal Jurisdiction Article Published

    “Where will suit be filed? Personal jurisdiction considerations when engaging in joint development of autonomous vehicle technology” By: John Isaac Southerland and Alex Thrasher Automotive Testing Technology International Winter 2017 Introduction The idea of a network of fully autonomous vehicles zooming across roads and highways elicits visions of human passengers within casually reading the newspaper,…

    Walt Price Contributes to PLDF 50 State Survey of Privity Laws

    Walt Price was selected to contribute to the Alabama section of the Professional Liability Defense Federation (PLDF) 50 State Survey of Privity Laws.  The survey, prepared by members of the 2016 and 2017 Lawyers Professional Liability Committee, is available here. The 50 state survey provides an overview of the applicability of privity to causes of actions…

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