Bart Smith poses with Waylon Frisby (son of Kayla Frisby) after performing the flyover at the Montgomery Biscuit’s season opener on April 6, 2017.
Scott Speagle, Mike Cohan, and Steven Foster ("Team Webster Henry") spent the morning at Lower Wetumpka Shotgun Club, participating in a skeet tournament to benefit Child Evangelism Fellowship of Central Alabama.
Vaughan Russell was identified among Birmingham’s Top Attorneys in Birmingham Magazine’s "Best of Birmingham" poll for 2017. When asked to describe his practice in the simplest of terms, Vaughan responded as follows, showing his emphasis on client collaboration and aggressive litigation: "Client First. Share Goals. Be Responsive. Think Boldly. Push Boundaries. Attention to Detail. Listen, … Read More
Following a trial in the Circuit Court of Mobile County, Alabama, on February 21, 2017, John Bradwell obtained a defense verdict on all of the plaintiff’s claims against his client.
Because he graduated in the top 10% of his law school class, Bart Smith has been named to the University of Alabama School of Law chapter of the Order of the Coif.
On February 21, Jeremy Richter spoke to students at Faulkner University’s Thomas Jones Goode School of Law on the topic, "Three Steps to Becoming a Good Associate." And on February 23, he spoke on a panel at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, examining the differences between bodily/personal injury practice from plaintiff and defense perspectives.
On February 17, Kayla Frisby was a guest speaker at Faulkner University’s Marketplace Faith Forum. She addressed students in Faulkner University’s College of Arts & Sciences and answered questions about her career and experience as an attorney practicing law in Alabama. The following day, Kayla received Faulkner University’s College of Arts & Sciences Distinguished Young … Read More
Webster Henry is pleased to announce that Jeremy W. Richter has been selected to serve as the Secretary for the Alabama Chapter of The CLM, for the 2017-18 term.
On Friday, February 3, 2017, Keri Simms will speaking on a panel at the 2017 TIDA Advanced Seminar on the topic of the use and effect of cell phone forensics in post-accident investigation and litigation.