Sherman and Sausaman Win Summary Judgment

The plaintiff filed suit against the City of Marathon and its Councilman alleging negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress and assault. Austin and Alison moved for summary disposition due to plaintiff’s failure to comply with Section 768.28, Florida Statutes, Failure to State a Cause of Action, and the Councilman’s entitlement […]

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Smith Obtains Summary Judgment

Grant Smith of our Birmingham, Alabama office obtained summary judgment in the Circuit Court of Jefferson County (AL) on behalf of a national restaurant client.  The plaintiff in the case alleged she slipped on an unknown substance present on the floor of the restaurant.   The defense argued that the plaintiff […]

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Carr Allison’s Tom Oliver Named President

Carr Allison co-founder and shareholder Thomas L. Oliver, II has been elected as the firm’s third president. Throughout Carr Allison’s nearly 30-year history, Tom has held various leadership roles including serving on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee and as chair of the Business Development and Marketing Committee. […]

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Our Birmingham Office Is Growing!

Carr Allison would like to welcome our newest associates in our Birmingham (AL) office. Web Brown, Jackson Burrow, John Dickinson, Nate Oehl, Madeline Rock and Harrison Smith have all joined the Carr Allison team! To learn more about our newest attorneys, click the links below! Web Brown Jackson Burrow John […]

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Community Involvement Spotlight: Sherman Coordinates Special Olympics Florida Event

Earlier this month, Carr Allison attorney Austin Sherman coordinated the annual “Pin Pals: Strikes for Special Olympics” through the Jacksonville Bar Association Young Lawyers, raising thousands for Special Olympics of Florida. Over 15 law firms participated, and many local businesses donated items for raffle. We’re proud to sponsor this event […]

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Summer 2024 Law Clerks

Meet our 2024 law clerks. This summer 25 law students from seven law schools will work side by side with our staff and attorneys to learn more about the practice of law and life at Carr Allison. We’re excited to have these accomplished, intelligent and hard working individuals in our […]

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Zwilling to Present Webinar on ETHICS: Beware What You Put in Writing!

Emails and text messages are becoming one of the main pieces of evidence used in litigation against companies. Managers should be cautious about what type of information is reduced to writing and how employees typically communicate, internally and with company lawyers. When it may apply, certain steps should be taken […]

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