Swift Currie attorney Shea Feagin’s article, “How States Vary on the Fireman’s Rule and Its Applicability,” was published on January 23 in Law360.
Swift, Currie, McGhee & Hiers LLP is pleased to announce three attorneys have been elected to partnership, effective January 1, 2024, including Brandon Clapp and Murray Flint in Birmingham and Jonathan Wilson in Atlanta.
In an article published on Nov. 10, 2023, in the Daily Report, Graham Davis and Benjamin Yancey offered insight on the working arrangements between gig economy entities and independent contractors, which can vary from one business to another but typically begin with an agreement explicitly identifying the gig worker as an independent contractor.
In an article published on Sept. 22, 2023, in the Daily Report, Kori Wagner and Marissa Merrill discuss the pivotal ruling by the Georgia Supreme Court on negligent security premises liability cases, including CVS Pharmacy LLC v. Carmichael and Welch et al. v. Pappas Restaurants Inc.
In an article published on Sept. 14, 2023, by Law360, Katy Robertson provided insight on the process for insurance carriers and counsel to set aside default judgments under Georgia law, including the process for plaintiffs to obtain a default judgement and, subsequently, for defendants petitioning to open or set aside the default.
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In her article for the Summer 2023 edition of CLDA Magazine on the complexities of creating, merging and acquiring businesses, Swift Currie partner Cristine Huffine highlights the critical steps and considerations involved in these processes.
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On July 12, 2023, Lawyers of Color recognized Swift Currie partner Martine Cumbermack as a Diversity Professional in its Diversity Issue publication.
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