Will Webster and Kayla Frisby won their appeal to the Alabama Supreme Court in LEAD Education Foundation v. Alabama Education Association. The 7-2 decision, involving issues of statutory construction and the doctrine of equitable tolling, paves the way for the opening of the first charter school in Montgomery County.
Kim DeShazo and Jeremy Richter obtained a defense verdict for their client in the Circuit Court of Jefferson County in a motor vehicle accident case in which both liability for the accident and the plaintiff’s claimed damages were disputed.
Keri Simms and Frank Canales obtained summary judgment in their clients’ favor in a wrongful death case in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama. Simms and Canales proved as a matter of law that their clients actions did not proximately cause the death of the decedent and that their client’s … Read More
The lawyers of Laney & Foster, P.C. have joined Webster Henry. This merger allows both firms to better serve their clients by providing a broader array of practice areas and additional geographical locations from which to serve clients’ needs. The attorneys of both Laney & Foster and Webster Henry believe this move has strengthened their … Read More
Webster Henry is pleased to announce that Jeremy Richter is one of the firm’s two new shareholders.
Webster Henry is pleased to announce that Tamera Erskine is one of the firm’s two new shareholders.
Mike Cohan is moderating the Judges’ Roundtable at the Workers’ Compensation Law Update at Cumberland School of Law on December 7, 2018 (link). The judges on the panel are Hon. Christopher J. Hughes, Hon. Jim Hughey III, and Hon. William B. Ogletree. The event is co-sponsored by the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Alabama State … Read More
The Webster Henry Wildcats are the 5th-6th grade Montgomery City Champs! The Wildcats defeated the Joe Hudson Collision Center Tornadoes 14-6 in the championship game.
Kim DeShazo, Scott Speagle, and Jeremy Richter obtained a defense verdict for their client in the Circuit Court of Shelby County in a case involving an underinsured motorist claim against an insurance company. The plaintiff had asked the jury to award $2,000,000.00 in damages, but the jury determined that the plaintiff had not been injured … Read More
The Alabama Supreme Court affirmed the trial court’s granting of summary judgment to Tamera Erskine’s client in a real estate contract dispute involving a $20 million development project. The developer-plaintiff asserted claims of fraud, suppression, misrepresentation, and legal malpractice against Tamera’s client, the landowner.