Politics and Law

Battling Big Pharma

Suing pharmaceutical companies on behalf of consumers is some of the main work of Dee Miles, a partner with the Montgomery-based plaintiff law...

Obama EPA Gets Heavy

When it comes to the environmental regulation landscape in the United States, one thing can be said with absolute moral certainty — uncertainty...

Again Miss Nina Speaks Out

Birmingham attorney Jenna Bedsole didn’t intend to add “documentary filmmaker” to her already impressive resume. However, soon after Bedsole began researching the life...

How to Protect and Mine Your IP

Intellectual property is a growing and increasingly important realm in the business world — but exactly what is intellectual property? A short answer...

BP’s “Well from Hell” and a Very Big Class Action

April 20 is the fifth anniversary of the explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, which began spewing over 200 million gallons of BP...

What Builders Want from the Legislature

Members of two Alabama construction trade associations say they will be looking to the state Legislature this spring to give their industry an economic...

Counsel to the Contestant

The past three winners of the Miss America Pageant have at least two things in common. They were all from New York and they...

McUsury Land

The U.S. economy is recovering and unemployment is at its lowest since the Great Recession. But such declarations give little comfort to the many...

Long Road to Tax Fairness

On the surface, not much has changed in Suite 301 of the Business Center of Alabama building in Montgomery. The office is in...

State of the Uninsured

When President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law in 2010 — to provide health care coverage to uninsured Americans and expand...

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