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Birmingham Magazine’s Top Attorneys

June 13, 2012


Several attorneys from Red Mountain Law Group (RMLG) were honored in the March 2012 issue of Birmingham Magazine. The magazine selected eight RMLG lawyers as being among the city’s top attorneys. Birmingham Magazine polled 4,000 local attorneys and members of the Birmingham Bar Association for nominations. Then, 1,000 attorneys submitted their votes for the top […]

The Internet Lawyer

September 7, 2011


A recent suit by The Dekalb County Bar association against online legal portal LegalZoom is drawing attention to Internet sources of legal advice and instruction. LegalZoom provides standard legal documents from last wills and testaments to divorce papers for paying customers, and in some cases, offers legal advice, such as providing legal help from a […]

Before Mediation

January 21, 2009


Mediation was a term unknown to lawyers twenty five years ago outside of some collective bargaining agreements.  Today it has become an almost automatic step in the litigation (or even pre-litigation) process.  Lawyers recommend it and clients accept it as a routine exercise in virtually every case.  Like every other legal exercise, it comes at […]

Arbitration Pitfall

November 12, 2008


A recent decision by the Alabama Supreme Court should raise concern among members of the business community who for years have reflexively favored arbitration over the judiciary as a method for resolving disputes.  In a decision released in September, the Alabama Supreme Court held that manifest disregard of the law will no longer be a […]