Carr Allison Welcomes New Associate in Tallahassee

Carr Allison is excited to welcome Associate Kyle Weaver back to the firm’s Tallahassee, FL office, where his practice will focus on transportation litigation and premises liability.

Kyle earned his Juris Doctor, summa cum laude, from the Cumberland School of Law at Samford University (AL).  While in law school, Kyle was Editor-in-Chief of the Cumberland Law Review, received the William J. Peeler Advanced Trial Advocacy Award and was selected by the faculty to serve as a Judge Abraham Caruthers Teaching Fellow.  He has been published on various topics including evidence and employment law.  Kyle clerked for Carr Allison in the Birmingham office throughout his second and third years of law school, during which time he researched and analyzed complex legal issues in civil litigation and obtained hands on experience in civil procedure, evidence, transportation litigation, employment law, premises liability and medical malpractice.

Kyle earned his Bachelor of Science in Finance and Human Resource Management from Florida State University, where he was a member of the FSU Marching Chiefs and the Seminole Sound Pep Band.  Kyle also worked as a runner in the Tallahassee office of Carr Allison while at FSU.  It was this experience which prompted him to attend law school.   Welcome back to Carr Allison, Kyle!


Carr Allison Selects Seven New Shareholders and Three New Counsel

Carr Allison is pleased to announce that Rob Arnwine, Jennifer Smith Baker, Carrie Hodge Bates, Michael C. Guarino and Jeffrey G. Miller (Birmingham, AL), Pamela Springrose Hallford (Dothan, AL) and Jonathan R. Maples (Mobile, AL) have been named as Shareholders.  Kevin Blodgett and Todd C. Hunter, Jr. (Tallahassee, FL) and […]

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National Labor Relations Board Ruling on Joint Employer Liability

On December 14, 2017, in Hy-Brand Industrial Contractors, Ltd., the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) overturned an Obama-era rule that held employers potentially liable for labor-law violations committed by their franchisees and subcontractors absent direct control over the terms and conditions of employment.  Prior to the decision in Hy-Brand, a […]

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Nixon Prevails for Defense

Faith Nixon of Carr Allison’s Mobile, Alabama office successfully defended her client in a circuit court jury trial in Baldwin County, Alabama.  The Plaintiff claimed that construction work on the client’s property caused his retaining wall to fail during a flood.  He also asserted a claim for continuing trespass of […]

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