Author Archives: Anthonia Spencer

Pope McGlamry Law Firm’s Second Annual “Wishing Tree” Program to Benefit International Women’s House an Overwhelming Success.

Atlanta, GA– Pope McGlamry, P.C., a law firm with locations in Atlanta and Columbus, repeated its successful Wishing Tree campaign to benefit the International Women’s House (IWH) during the 2016 holiday season.   IWH helps families, particularly immigrant and refugee families, who have been victimized by domestic violence and human trafficking. The organization not only […]

Congratulations to the Henry W. Grady High School Mock Trial team

Congratulations to the Henry W. Grady High School Mock Trial team, who finished 3rd at the 2017 High School Mock Trial Nationals this past weekend in Hartford, CT.  The team went undefeated the entire season, through Georgia’s Regional, District and State rounds, as well as at Nationals, missing the Championship round by 1 ballot.  “The […]

Third Annual Teed Up for Torts Golf Tournament Hosted by Pope McGlamry

Pope McGlamry’s third annual “Teed Up for Torts” golf tournament was held at Bear’s Best golf club in Suwanee on May 1st. The tournament was held to benefit the International Women’s House. The International Women’s House provides shelter and resources for families who have been victims of human trafficking, domestic violence and sexual assault, with […]

Settlement Challenged in Takata Air Bag Case

Attorneys for the plaintiffs in the case against airbag manufacturer Takata Corp. are calling for a delay in the finalization of the $1 billion settlement in the suit.  Pope McGlamry attorney Thomas P. Willingham, working on behalf of plaintiff Shonda McCall, stated in his court filing that, “the proposed plea agreement is wrought with unnecessary […]

Pope McGlamry Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against City of Atlanta

Pope McGlamry, in partnership with the Fowler Firm, has filed suit against the City of Atlanta on behalf of the estate of Wickie Bryant.  Bryant was arrested on a misdemeanor charge and held at the Atlanta City Detention Center.  She suffered from a number of physical and mental health issues, including schizophrenia, diabetes and hypertension.  […]

Judge Awards Damages Against Katt Williams in Assault Case

March 8, 2017 – On Wednesday, March 8, 2017, a Hall County State Court judge awarded Pope McGlamry’s client, Paul Love, $86,715.00 in damages arising from an assault incident instigated by Micah “Katt” Williams, that took place on February 29, 2016.  Mr. Love was working at Leslie’s Pool Supplies in Gainesville, Georgia when Mr. Williams […]

Congrats to the Grady High School mock trial team

    Congratulations to the Grady High School mock trial team. They won their region on Jan 31 and won District III on Feb 19. They are one of the 8 teams headed to State at the Gwinnett Justice Center in Lawrenceville. Kudos to their coach Caroline McGlamry.