Trustees of the United Mine Workers of America pension plan sued, on August 6, a Bahamian insurance company with alleged ties to bankrupt Walter...
It’s a trial by fire, of sorts, for incoming first-year law students. Instead of push-ups and learning the intricacies of making tight hospital corners...
Pre-deal diligence is necessary for foreign investments in Alabama
Defense contracts awarded from June 19 to July 19 to Alabama companies and to non-Alabama companies for work to be performed in Alabama.
International giant Bayer is reaping a whirlwind of hurt after its buyout of Monsanto, maker of Roundup. Attorneys with top Alabama plaintiff firms wade into the tsunami of product liability claims.
Cyber security and data breaches are only the tip of the privacy iceberg — in a technology surge that now includes smart cities and facial recognition. Two Alabama privacy lawyers clue you in to the issues critical to your business.
While the courts may provide one avenue, arbitration is often another very effective way to deal with a variety of issues.
Here's what you should know about the Clarke-Figures Act that will go into effect at the end of August.
An important bill that could affect thousands of small business franchises made its way through the Alabama Senate in the regular session but remained in a House committee when the session ended.
Alabama Supreme Court hears arguments on environmental suits