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, 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. […]
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 […]
Grady Mock Trial won the Georgia High School Mock Trial State Competition on Saturday. They now advance to the National High School Mock Trial Competition, which will be held May 10-14, 2017 in Hartford, CT.
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.
A.T. Walden was admitted to the practice of law in 1912 and was a distinguished member of the Atlanta legal community. It was A.T. Walden that won lawsuits that helped to desegregate the Atlanta public schools and the University of Georgia. A.T. Walden also litigated to help equalize pay for African American teachers in Georgia. […]
Latest DePuy Pinnacle Update – December 2016 On December 1, 2016, Johnson & Johnson (“J&J”) and its DePuy Orthpaedics unit was ordered by a federal jury in Dallas, Texas to pay over $1 billion for their defective Pinnacle hip implants. The jury found J&J liable on claims of fraudulent concealment, negligent failure to warn, strict […]
Mike McGlamry to speak at AAJ’s Hot Topics in Mass Tort Litigation seminar at the Kimpton Surfcomber Hotel in Miami Beach, FL on January 25-27, 2017. Mike will speak on the Wright Hip Settlement Update and will cover settlement background terms, settlement administration and lien resolution, excluded claims and second settlement prospects. AAJ’s Hot Topics […]
Atlanta, GA (October 26, 2016) – Georgia based law firm Pope McGlamry is pleased to have partnered with Wilbanks & Gouinlock to achieve a record taxpayer settlement in national healthcare fraud. The criminal and civil claims relate to a scheme to defraud the United States and to pay kickbacks in exchange for patient referrals. Whistleblower Reveals […]
The United States Supreme Court has refused to hear the final challenges to a settlement between the NFL and its former players regarding brain injuries due to the concussions players suffered during their time in the League. The unanimous judgment of the Third Circuit, which affirmed Senior U.S. District Judge Anita B. Brody’s 2015 approval […]