Effective litigators don't just know the law. They know the courts. It's the fundamental philosophy that has guided this firm since day one.

With offices strategically located throughout Alabama and the I-10 Gulf Coast corridor from Gulfport, Mississippi to Tallahassee, Florida, and north to our Chattanooga, Tennessee office, Carr Allison offers the kind of confident legal representation that only comes from firsthand experience. We have accumulated decades of closely cultivated relationships at the local level, wherever our clients' interests lie.

Sean W. Martin and Katy Beth Carr's article appears in the Journal of American Law

Sean W. Martin, Chattanooga and Katy Beth Carr, Florence co-authored an article that appears in the inaugural issue of Journal of American Law.  The article titled, Policing the Premises, discusses the legal responsibility of premises owners for the criminal acts of third parties.  

The Journal of American Law‎, a publication of the Claims and Litigation Alliance (CLM), is a peer-reviewed journal and the only national law journal in the country‎. The Journal is distributed to 25,000 readers.

You can find the article here:  http://journaloflaw.epubxp.com/t/149818.





Carr Allison Shareholder Kathy R. Davis reappointed as Chair of DRI's Construction Law Committee

Kathy R. Davis has been reappointed as Chair of the DRI Construction Law Committee for her second term.  Ms. Davis is the first female to ever to be appointed as Chair for this committee and has been acknowledged for her outstanding performanace in the role.

Daughtry and Booth obtain arbitrator's decision in favor of employer

Bricker S. Daughtry and Brad J. Booth in the firm's Birmingham, Alabama office recently obtained an arbitrator's decision in favor of an employer in a union grievance arbitration.  The union alleged the thirty year employee had been terminated without cause in violation of the collective bargaining agreement. The employer contended the termination was proper as the employee was observed assisting in the theft of company property. After a lengthy arbitration, the decision was in favor of the employer in full.  The union sought reinstatement and back pay for the aggrieved employee.