Alabama Litigation Review

Alabama Litigation Review

Insights & Commentary on Developments in Alabama Litigation

Tag Archives: confidentiality

Settlement Paperwork: Don’t Expose An Injured Client To More Harm

Posted in Personal Injury
Settlement Terms Are Important A recent LinkedIn conversation about settlement terms raised an important issue. The topic — A defendant adds additional (and unacceptable) terms to a release document. The issue is far too common. Here’s the scenario. The lawyers agree to settle an injury claim. Maybe the lawyers reached a settlement informally and confirmed… Continue Reading

Court Secrecy Harms The Public

Posted in Business Litigation, Defective Products, Personal Injury, Uncategorized
It’s been almost two months since my last post. Although not writing here, I have been busy writing – including a number of briefs in an ongoing products’ liability case and a separate case involving a public contract in Alabama. Both cases share a common (and troubling) issue. Both involve serious public issues shrouded in… Continue Reading