Page Chosen for Thunderdome Tallahassee

Lee Page has been chosen to participate in Thunderdome Tallahassee Class 4, sponsored by the Legal Aid Foundation of Tallahassee, FL.  An associate in Carr Allison’s Tallahassee office, Lee represents clients in the areas of workers’ compensation and insurance defense.  He also has significant experience with premises liability, general liability, labor and employment and transportation matters.

Thunderdome Tallahassee is an initiative to provide equal access to justice to low-income residents in Leon County through a hands-on legal group training program.  Thunderdome Tallahassee aims to enhance the pool of competent service-oriented attorneys who can provide legal aid in the area of family law services.  These needs often equate to basic concerns such as safety, stability and health for families and children.  The program, which runs from September to March, will focus on case mentoring and leadership development with each participant handling one pro bono family law case to completion.

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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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