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Georgia Court of Appeals Affirms Denial of Summary Judgment on Causation – Health Law and Regulation Update Blog Post by Eric Frisch

Health Law and Regulation Update Blog Post by Eric Frisch. A panel of the Georgia...

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CSKL Fundamental of the Week

"Pitch in Wherever Necessary". CSKL is built around a set of fundamentals showing that

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Melissa Bailey and Corey Mendel Obtain Complete Dismissal of a Plaintiff’s Complaint in Superior Court of Gwinnett County

Melissa Bailey and Corey Mendel recently obtained a complete dismissal of a plaintiff’s complaint as...

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Joe Kingma and Kent Stair Named 2021 Best Lawyers'® Lawyer of the Year in Their Practice Areas

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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CSKL's Eric Frisch Interviews R&D Strategic Solutions' James McGarity: A Jury Consultants Take on COVID-19 Influence

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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The Georgia Court of Appeals holds Apportionment of Fault to Non-Parties Does Not Permit Apportionment of Damages - Commercial Litigation Blog Post by Dan Millman and Shannon Sprinkle

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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