By: David Goudie
Kenneth M. Wright v. National Strategic Protective Services, LLC
The Special Workers’ Compensation Appeal Panel of the Tennessee Supreme Court recently issued their opinion the case of Kenneth M. Wright v. National Strategic Protective Services, LLC.
Morgan & Akins’ Philadelphia office had a great time putting together care bags full of snacks, socks, and essential care products for patients staying at the American Cancer Society – Astrazeneca Hope Lodge!
We were all so excited to visit the newly renovated Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House.
The NJ minimum wage law was recently signed, with the first increase for most businesses being July 1, 2019, at $10.00 per hour.
The venue in which your aviation case sits is a major factor in assessing viable exit strategies. Removal of a case to Federal Court is a tool of which every civil defense attorney is keenly aware.
Chad Jackson, a partner at Morgan & Akins, recently filed and successfully argued a Rule 12.02(6) Motion to Dismiss a cause of action for negligence where Plaintiff sought “in excess of $1,500,000 plus punitive damages” against Morgan & Akins’ client. As shown by this result, early motion practice, when applicable, can be an effective tool for bringing claims to a conclusion prior to expensive written discovery and depositions.
Senior Attorney Anne Marie du Toit prevails, following oral arguments, in a high value premises liability case for a regional retailer.
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Day, the Philadelphia office of Morgan & Akins volunteered to paint the computer lab at the Francisville Playground. Even some of the “junior members” of our firm got involved. It was a great day of service and giving back to the community!