The Georgia Court of Appeals has reversed a $1.6 million verdict for the widow of a man who was walking home from jail when he was hit by a Chevrolet Tahoe and then run over by a Mack truck.
- Event Honors Litigation and Legal Departments of Year [SLIDESHOW]
- Tommy Malone Earns Opponents' Healthy Respect
- Appeals Panel Affirms $3.7M Faulty Seatbelt Verdict
- Turning Conflicts Checks from a 'No' to a 'Yes'
- 60 Years After Boycott, Using Montgomery Bus Can Be Trying
- Top Georgia Settlements of 2014
Managing conflicts of interest is an integral part of law firm practice. Yet attorneys often dread the conflicts review process because they believe they might have to turn down new business rather than accept new clients, if any conflicts are revealed.
Did the Georgia secretary of state release the Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers, and dates of birth of every registered Georgia voter?
According to recent studies, the suicide rate in the lawyer population is six times the rate in the general population, and is the third leading cause of death among lawyers.
San Antonio solo Mark H. Benavides was arrested for compelling prostitution by allegedly making three clients have sex with him to pay for his legal services in their criminal cases.