In an article published in the December 2019 issue of Risk Management, Drew Timmons provides insight on strategies for effectively investigating incidents early to mitigate liability in possible litigation in the future.
For more details on each of the initial steps business can take to better protect themselves, please read the full article here.
Kevan Dorsey, along with Georgia Municipal Association assistant general counsel Caroline Dorsey, authored an article for the December 2019 issue of ACC Docket, the flagship publication for the Association of Corporate Counsel. The two addressed the challenge for attorneys to balance their organization’s interest and the duty to respond when they receive a document request in litigation.
In an article that was published on Dec. 1, 2019, in Healthcare Risk Management, partner Roger Harris discussed mistakes to avoid when handling medical malpractice claims. Poor decisions can change the course of malpractice litigation and often times complicate the defense of the case.
For the full article, please click here.
The Daily Report quoted Brad Wolff in an article discussing the ruling by Judge Christian Coomer, along with Judges Todd Markle and Ken Hodges, in Southern States Chemical, Inc. et al. v. Tampa Tank & Welding, Inc. et al.
The article was published online on Nov. 22 and in print on Nov. 26. To read the full article, please click here.
In an article published in the November 2019 issue of Modern WorkTruck Solutions, Gillian Crowl provides guidance to motor carriers on the importance of keeping and maintaining key information required to ensure compliance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
For more details on what records carriers should gather — and how — please read the full article here.
Swift, Currie, McGhee & Hiers, LLP, announces seven new attorneys joined the firm in October and November 2019. The additions include attorneys Shannon Auvil, Elijah Davis, Monica Dean, Colleen Hampton, Austin Hiffa and Justin Jorgensen in the Atlanta office, and Kayla Washington in Birmingham. With today’s announcement, the firm has added 26 new attorneys so far this year after adding 45 new hires in 2018, bringing the firm’s headcount to more than 150 attorneys.
During this season of gratitude, Swift Currie is grateful to partner with East Coweta Middle School's Helping Others Prosper Everyday (HOPE). From Nov. 7-15, the firm hosted a canned food drive and collected donations to assist HOPE in providing a bountiful Thanksgiving dinner to 28 families in need.
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