Author Archives: Amala Sarvepalli

Pope McGlamry’s Response to COVID-19

To our clients, colleagues, families, and friends: Pope McGlamry, like other businesses in our community and around the world, is committed to doing our part to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). We value the health and well-being of our entire team, their families, and loved ones along with all our clients, colleagues, and […]

Michael L. McGlamry Appointed to Zantac Initial Census Team

Mike McGlamry was appointed by the Honorable Robin L. Rosenberg to the Initial Census Team in the Zantac (Ranitidine) Products Liability Litigation in the Southern District of Florida. He joins a team with Tracy Finken, Daniel Nigh, and Adam Pulaski. The Census Team has been formed to create an early vetting process that requires claimants to […]

Forced Arbitration is Everywhere

Have you ever purchased something online and checked the box agreeing to a linked Terms and Conditions page? Have you downloaded an app to your phone and agreed to Terms and Conditions and then used the app to rent a scooter, bike, or use a ride-sharing service? Have you signed a contract with an employer […]

Pope McGlamry’s M.J. Blakely Files To Resolve NFL Attorney Lien Dispute

Attorney lien disputes are always difficult and not something to look forward to. But, sometimes you just have to stick up for yourself. Michael J. “M.J.” Blakely, Jr., a shareholder at Pope McGlamry, P.C., did just that. U.S. Magistrate Judge David Strawbridge (EDPa) is the Special Master in the NFL Concussion Litigation pending before Judge […]

Pope McGlamry Hosts Appreciation Reception for Justice Carol W. Hunstein

Pope McGlamry had the incredible honor of hosting an appreciation reception for Justice Carol W. Hunstein last night. Justice Hunstein has been an integral part of Georgia’s judicial community for over 30 years. About Justice Carol W. Hunstein Justice Hunstein was appointed to the Supreme Court in November 1992 by Governor Zell Miller, becoming the […]

BREAKING: Georgia Voters’ Lawsuit Forces Brian Kemp to Resign Secretary of State Role

ATLANTA – Moments ago, Georgia gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp resigned his office as Secretary of State in response to a lawsuit brought by Georgia voters.  The move came moments after a hearing was about to commence in Federal Court in Atlanta on a lawsuit seeking to force Kemp’s removal from any role in overseeing a […]

Settlement Reached in Stryker LFIT V40 Hip Lawsuit

Pope McGlamry is pleased to announce that a confidential, private settlement has been reached in the Stryker LFIT Cobalt Chromium V40 Femoral Heads litigation. The litigation involved the recalled LFIT V40 hip component commonly used in conjunction with Stryker’s Accolade device in hip replacement surgeries. The LFIT V40 devices, manufactured by Howmedica Osteonics Corp., were […]

$31 Million Verdict in Botched Circumcision Case Won by Pope McGlamry P.C. and Jonathan W. Johnson, LLC

$31 million awarded to 4 year old child in medical malpractice case against multiple healthcare professionals & clinics. ATLANTA, Georgia. — Pope McGlamry P.C. is pleased to announce that on Friday, September 21, 2018, their clients, Stacie Willis and her 4 year old son, referred to as Baby D due to privacy reasons, were awarded […]

Wright Conserve Hip Litigation, Settlement & Product History

The settlement programs spearheaded by Pope McGlamry’s leadership are in full swing. Nearly 2,000 Wright Medical Conserve claims have or are being settled through three (3) separate and staged settlements with Wright Medical, totaling approximately $340 million. Wright Conserve MDL The Wright Conserve Multi-District Litigation (MDL) was created in February 2012, consolidating all federal court […]

Atlanta False Claims Lawyers Wary But See Little Threat in DOJ Whistleblower Memo

An internal U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) whistleblower memo has been released that spells out specific, new criteria for federal prosecutors to use in determining whether to dismiss a whistleblower case. While there is a reason for caution, lawyers say that the memo raises no immediate alarms. Atlanta lawyers with broad knowledge of civil fraud […]