Darmer, Ireland and Stokes Obtain Dismissal

Charlie Ireland, Angel Darmer, and Hannah Stokes of our Birmingham (AL) office successfully defended their client, a national automotive maintenance and repair company, in a binding arbitration hearing. The plaintiff was seeking damages for alleged breach of contract and conversion of a fleet vehicle. Defense counsel argued that an alleged oral contract did not exist, the plaintiff was bound by the terms and warranty limitations in the existing written agreement between the parties, and the plaintiff could not present the required elements to prove the conversion claim. Following a full arbitration, the arbitrator entered a decision in complete favor of the defense and the case was dismissed with prejudice. Great Results!

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Carr Allison Celebrates 25 Years!

Twenty-five years ago, on February 14, 1997, nine attorneys and a handful of staff established the now regional civil defense firm known as Carr Allison.   We celebrate this anniversary with the 250 individuals who actively make up the Carr Allison family today.  Along with six of the founding lawyers still […]

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Hallford Accepted Into The FDCC

Carr Allison shareholder Pamela Hallford of our Dothan (AL) office has been accepted into the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel (FDCC). The FDCC is a professional trade association of premier defense and corporate counsel that is dedicated to lead the profession by advancing the principles of integrity, professionalism, fair […]

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Hallford Selected to Serve on USLAW Future Leaders Group

Carr Allison shareholder Pamela Hallford of our Dothan (AL) office has been selected to serve on the USLAW Future Leaders Group. She will be serving as the Educational Coordinator. Congratulations!

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