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DeLisle and Saunders Obtains Dismissal

Sara Beth DeLisle and Anna Saunders of our Birmingham (AL) Office have recently gotten an order dismissing the Plaintiff’s entire case in federal court. After an altercation at the client’s trampoline park, the Plaintiff filed a lawsuit against them claiming negligent assault and battery, negligent hiring and negligent supervision.

In their Motion to Dismiss, Sara and Anna argued that negligent assault and battery is an oxymoronic claim that is recognized under Alabama law only in limited circumstances and that the Plaintiff’s negligent hiring and supervision claims were not properly pleaded. The United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama agreed and dismissed Plaintiffs’ entire case with prejudice.

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Huffman Obtains Summary Judgment in Two Premises Liability Cases

Nikki Huffman, counsel in Carr Allison’s Gulfport (MS) office has obtained summary judgment in two premises liability cases.  The first case, out of Harrison County, involved a woman who fell while walking at a local shopping center.  Nikki argued that slightly uneven sidewalk blocks are not dangerous conditions as a […]

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2021 Birmingham Law Clerks

Introducing Carr Allison’s 2021 Birmingham (AL) Office Summer Law Clerks (L to R): Harrison Smith, Emily Robinson, Brikk Bralley, Juliana Kirby, Forrest Hyde and Caroline Keener.  Harrison (1L), Emily (2L), Brikk (2L) and Juliana (1L) are currently attending University of Alabama School of Law.  Forrest (2L) and Caroline (1L) attend […]

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Martin Obtains Dismissal

Sean W. Martin of our Chattanooga (TN) office obtained a dismissal of an architect in a professional liability/construction defect case, involving the design and installation of new windows in a high-rise commercial building in downtown Chattanooga. The architect was added to the lawsuit by the general contractor and sub-contractor who […]

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