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Arnwine to Speak at Tort Law Conference

Rob Arnwine, Counsel in the Birmingham office, will present at the 2016 Alabama Tort Law Conference Friday, September, 16, 2016, addressing the use of cell phone records in civil litigation.  The hour will cover the type of cellular information available, how to obtain the information in discovery, how to get the information into evidence, and the use of experts.  This will be Rob’s second time presenting at the Tort Law Conference.  In 2014 he gave a presentation on the type of expert testimony required to establish medical causation.

 

 

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Thornton To Present Webinar on CMS Compliance & the Recently Filed Qui Tam/False Claims Act Lawsuit

Carr Allison Shareholder Tommy Thornton of our Birmingham (AL) office is scheduled to present a webinar through the USLAW EduNet Webinar program. His presentation will focus on the current and anticipated statutory and regulatory requirements relating to compliance under the Medicare Act. Tommy will also discuss the impact of the […]

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Hallford Obtain Summary Judgement

Shareholder Pam Hallford of Carr Allison’s Dothan (AL) office obtained summary judgment entirely dismissing a case which alleged negligent and wanton maintenance by the defendant.  In her complaint, and throughout discovery, the plaintiff alleged she slipped and fell at a Birmingham Hospital.  Defense counsel argued that the plaintiff had not […]

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Scarpone and Graham Present at FDLA’s Florida Insurance Network Symposium

Carr Allison attorney Kayla Scarpone (Tallahassee, FL) was a presenter at the recent Florida Defense Lawyer Association’s Florida Insurance Network Symposium (FINS), which covered hot topics in the areas of coverage, bad faith and property insurance.  Kayla’s presentation was on Allocation of Indemnity for Covered and Non-Covered Claims in Settlement […]

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