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Now I lay me down to sleep… Regulations governing children’s sleepwear.

By:  Gayle Douglas I have represented several children who have suffered extensive burns.  These are some of my saddest cases.  Very often, the burns could …

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HGD verdict affirmed by Alabama Supreme Court

On Friday, June 7, 2013, the Alabama Supreme Court affirmed the class certification in favor of HGD’s client, Paperyard.  Our client has sued Tri State …

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Steve Heninger featured on Texas news station for Mike Leach case

HGD attorney, Steve Heninger was interviewed by several Texas news outlets regarding his client, former Texas Tech football coach Mike Leach.  Mr. Leach has brought …

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Don’t Be Fooled

By: Christopher B. Hood A bill before the Alabama Legislature threatens to deny our citizens the right to sue drugmakers who trick doctors into believing …

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Indefiniteness: Satisfying 35 U.S.C. § 112(f) for Means Plus Function Claim Elements in Software Patents

Recent developments in case law surrounding the application of 35 U.S.C. § 112(f) to software patents have further defined requirements for overcoming indefiniteness attacks against those …

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Alabama Supreme Court affirms HGD courtroom victory

The Alabama Supreme Court, on April 19, 2013, affirmed in full the 2.3 million dollar jury verdict won by our client Specialty Marketing Corp in …

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Selecting the best nursing home for yourself or a loved one

PART IV: SOURCES AVAILABLE TO ASSIST IN SELECTING A NURSING HOME By:  William L. Bross From our previous installments, it is painfully obvious to see …

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Taylor Bartlett to go before Illinois state court on behalf of Actos bladder cancer plaintiffs

On April 3, 2013, Taylor Bartlett will present oral argument in Cook County, IL state court on behalf of all IL Actos bladder cancer plaintiffs. …

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Selecting the best nursing home for yourself or a loved one

PART III: COMMONLY ENCOUNTERED STANDARDS OF CARE AND WHAT YOU SHOULD LOOK FOR ON A VISIT By: William L. Bross As mentioned in the previous …

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HGD’s Lucky Palace Verdict named as one of the Top 100 Verdicts of 2012

Legal publication The National Law Journal has selected Heninger Garrison Davis’ $64 million verdict in the Lucky Palace case as one of the Top 100 Verdicts in the nation …

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HGD welcomes Jeanie Sleadd as a new associate

Heninger Garrison Davis is pleased to announce that Jeanie S. Sleadd has joined the firm as an associate.  “We are very pleased to have Jeanie …

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Selecting the Best Nursing Home for Yourself or a Loved One

PART II: WHAT A NURSING HOME IS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE By:  William L. Bross As mentioned in the previous installment, it is mandated that nursing …

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Selecting the Best Nursing Home for Yourself or a Loved One

PART I: THE CHALLENGE By:  William L. Bross Quality care for the aging population is becoming increasingly important as the number of elder persons in …

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THE SPLIT OF OPINIONS FOR MOTIONS TO DISMISS WHEN PLEADING INDIRECT INFRINGEMENT IN PATENT CASES: WILL THE COMPLAINT STAY OR MIGHT IT BE FORCED TO GO?

By:  Blair Clinton Over the last decade, patent law has experienced its share of significant changes. In the context of patent litigation, especially, new patent-specific …

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Timothy Davis selected to be a speaker at National Conference

Timothy Davis, Managing Partner, recently gave a presentation at the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Winter Conference in Miami, Florida.  He presented Patent Infringement:  The …

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Congratulations Jeff Leonard!

Jeff Leonard obtained a jury verdict in favor of his client in a heavily-contested premises liability case.  Jeff successfully tried the case by himself in …

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After Akamai – Additional Clarity on Divided Infringement

As technology has evolved, particularly with the advent of the Internet, patent law has had to take a critical look at the issue of divided …

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The Dangers of Vaginal Mesh

By:  Caroline Hollingsworth Vaginal mesh was introduced in the late 1990s to correct pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence that occurs when pelvic muscles …

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Kathryn Harrington to speak at the Alabama Farmers Federation Organization annual meeting

Kathryn Harrington has been elected to the 2013 Board of Directors of the Alabama Horse Council. The Alabama Horse Council is an organization that impartially …

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Behind the Landmark Weeks Case

The plaintiff’s attorneys examine the Alabama Supreme Court’s decision on brand-drugmaker liability BIRMINGHAM, ALA: In a landmark decision, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled on January …

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HGD Courtroom Victory Covered by the New York Times

Congratulations to HGD attorney Christopher B. Hood on his latest victory in the Alabama Supreme Court. On Friday, January 11th, the Supreme Court ruled that our …

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Jacqueline Knapp Burt named as Partner

The law firm of Heninger Garrison Davis is pleased to announce that Jacqueline Knapp Burt has been named as a partner.  Jacqueline is an attorney in …

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A Brief Look At The “First Responder” Regulation Under The FLSA

By:  Lee Gresham Our firm recently represented a class of more than 40 Fire Suppression Lieutenants in a case seeking unpaid overtime wages under the …

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Erik Heninger inducted into the American Board of Trial Advocates

Heninger Garrison Davis is proud to announce that Erik Heninger was recently inducted as a new member to the American Board of Trial Advocates. Membership …

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