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BIRMINGHAM, AL -- May 10, 2013 -- This week, Kathy Davis, a shareholder in the Birmingham office of Carr Allison, attended the first meeting of the eight member Legal Advisory Counsel established by Comfort Systems USA. Comfort Systems USA is a national heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC) company headquarted in Houston, Texas.
MOBILE, AL -- May 8, 2013 -- Judson Wells, Sr., a Carr Allison shareholder and a retired Mobile County District Judge, was recently elected by the members of the Mobile Bar Association to serve on the Mobile County Judicial Commission. Wells will serve a six year term, 2013-2019. Wells is a resident of Mobile and has lived there since 1987.
When a vacancy occurs on the Mobile County Circuit or District bench due to the retirement or death of a judge during his or her term of office, the Mobile County Judicial Commission accepts applications from attorneys in good standing who are Mobile County residents. The Commission then nominates the top three candidates and submits those names to the Governor, who then appoints the judge from the three candidates.
Wells stated: "It is a great honor to serve the people of Mobile County and the members of the Mobile Bar Association by serving on the Mobile County Judicial Commission. I will work hard with my fellow Commission members to ensure that whenever a judicial vacancy arises, the Commission will submit the best qualified candidates to the Governor."
Attorneys Jeremy Taylor and J. C. Miller recently obtained the dismissal of all claims for negligence and wantonness asserted against the driver of a fire tanker truck who was involved in a red light collision with a passenger vehicle in Prattville, Alabama. Taylor and Miller had previously obtained summary judgment based upon immunity for the fire department in the same matter.
Taylor and Miller practice in the Mobile, Alabama office of Carr Allison.