Caroline McGlamry’s work has spanned the practice areas at Pope McGlamry, where she has played a pivotal role in the firm’s personal injury, products and pharmaceutical liability, mass torts, qui tam and class action cases. She has spearheaded our involvement in mass torts, working closely with our NFL Concussion Litigation clients and serving on several subcommittees for the Zantac MDL. She’s been involved in class actions across the country, including our Pet Food Litigation, and is also an active member in our Qui Tam division. Caroline graduated cum laude from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before receiving her Juris Doctorate from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2013. She is licensed to practice in Georgia, California and Alabama.
Courtney Mohammadi is a seasoned attorney with experience in personal injury, class actions, product liability, mass torts, and qui tam cases. She is currently helping Pope McGlamry lead the Zantac/Ranitidine Products Liability Litigation and serves on three subcommittees for that litigation. Courtney graduated cum laude from Elon University and earned her Juris Doctorate from Florida International University College of Law in 2011. She is licensed to practice in Georgia and Florida.
“At Pope McGlamry, as a corporation, there is great significance when new shareholders take ownership in the law firm. The transition from associate to shareholder is therefore critical to our long-term success and viability. Courtney and Caroline have each developed a recognized presence in the national mass tort legal community and have worked together to raise Pope McGlamry’s visibility and credibility in that practice,” said Mike McGlamry, Shareholder of Pope McGlamry.
About Pope McGlamry Pope McGlamry, P.C. is a nationwide civil trial law firm that specializes in the handling of complex tort lawsuits including products and pharmaceutical liability; cases of catastrophic injury and wrongful death related to automotive and general products liability; car, truck, and construction accidents; premises liability cases; whistleblower/qui tam litigation; consumer litigation, including deceptive trade practices; significant business fraud and commercial tort cases; contract disputes; and business to business litigation.