Caroline McGlamry

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 […]

$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 […]

Pope McGlamry is a Proud Sponsor of the 39th Annual NAWJ Conference

History of NAWJ Since its formation in 1979, NAWJ has served as a leading voice for jurists dedicated to: Promoting the judicial role in protecting the rights of individuals under the rule of law Engaging in civic education about the importance of a fair judiciary, free from special interest or political influence Providing a voice […]

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 […]

Light at the End of the Appeals Process Tunnel as Third Circuit Denies Petition for En Banc Rehearing

For the thousands of former NFL Players and their families who have been awaiting the approval of the uncapped class action Concussion Settlement with the NFL to go forward, June 1st, 2016 was a major milestone in what has been a very long journey.  On Wednesday, June 1, 2016, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals denied […]

NFL Concussion Update | November 2015

In April 2015, a federal district court gave final approval to a settlement between the NFL and more than 5,000 former players who accused the league of hiding information about the negative effects of concussions and other head injuries sustained while playing professional football.Despite the uncapped settlement valued at nearly $1 billion, which includes coverage […]

Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Pharmaceuticals Receives Mixed Verdict in Second Risperdal Trial

On Friday, March 20, 2014, a jury in Philadelphia found that Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Pharmaceuticals failed to warn consumers that the antipsychotic drug Risperdal could cause male breast growth, but it awarded no damages finding causation of a direct link between the drug and the plaintiff’s condition was not conclusively proved. The case was […]