Health Law and Regulation Update Blog Post by Eric Frisch. A panel of the Georgia...
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Melissa Bailey and Corey Mendel recently obtained a complete dismissal of a plaintiff’s complaint as...
Copeland Stair Kingma & Lovell, LLP is pleased to announce our 2021 Best Lawyer’s®, Lawyer of the Year award winners!
Johannes S. Kingma recognized as Best Lawyers® 2021 Legal Malpractice Law – Defendants “Lawyer of the Year” in Atlanta, GA
Kent T. Stair recognized as Best Lawyers® 2021 Litigation – Construction “Lawyer of the Year” in Charleston, SC
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Recently CSKL Health Care Practice Group Leader Eric Frisch had the opportunity to interview R&D Strategic Solutions’ James McGarity. James and Eric discussed potential effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on jury pools and seated juries for the CSKL Health Law and Regulation Update Blog.
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On May 21, 2020, the Georgia Court of Appeals issued an opinion in the closely watched legal malpractice case of Alston & Bird, LLP v. Hatcher Management Holdings, LLC (“Hatcher II”). The Court of Appeals’ construction of Georgia’s apportionment statute, O.C.G.A. § 51-12-33, may have important implications in tort litigation when defendants analyze joinder of non-parties and consider the utility of filing a notice of non-party fault.
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