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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 […]

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 […]

4th Annual Wishing Tree Challenge Goes the Extra Mile

Now in its fourth year, Pope McGlamry has successfully completed its 2017 Wishing Tree Challenge, an annual Christmas program that benefits Atlanta-area victims of domestic violence and human trafficking. This year, the program granted the holiday wishes of more than 45 women and children—and then took its philanthropic challenge one step further. The International Women’s […]

Credit Fraud: The Gift That Keeps on Taking

Black Friday. Small Business Saturday. Cyber Monday. All can be fantastic shopping days, full of amazing deals. But the single biggest deal during the holidays could actually be someone else’s—if they are successful in stealing your credit cards or identity. Identity theft is the fastest-growing crime in America, impacting more than 10 million victims per year. […]

Equifax Breach Affects 2.5 Million More Consumers

Equifax, the credit reporting agency that recently disclosed a massive security breach has released reports of an additional 2.5 million consumers impacted—bringing the total number of those affected to more than 145 million consumers. Sensitive personal information was made vulnerable in this historic breach, which occurred from mid-May through July 2017, and wasn’t reported publicly […]