"ADR news and information."
News, cases and developments in Alabama appellate practice.
Provides opinion on auto accident reports, cases and news in Alabama.
Covers news and events dealing with consumer law.
"Reviews DUI cases, reports and legislation in Alabama."
Covers family law issues including alimony, child custody, divorce, domestic violence, grandparent visitation, and related legislation.
"A forum to discuss issues important to individuals who have suffered a work-related injury and/or disability."
"Reviews injury law cases, news and reports in Alabama."
"A means for attorneys, in-house counsel, claims examiners and others to share their thoughts and ideas relative to litigation issues arising in Alabama."
"A commentary on topics of interest to litigation in the state of Alabama. It often discusses new cases of interest as well as other legal news."
Focuses on products liability information, including defective drugs and devices as well as automobiles.
"Designed to keep readers up to date on legislation, case law, and cutting edge issues regarding workers' compensation in Alabama."
Trends, information, and comments on items pertinent to Birmingham, Ala., business and the law. (Generally,if it is relevant to two out of the three, we post.)
Covers injury and accident law in the state of Alabama involving car and truck accidents, as well as premises liability and insurance matters.
Discussion of personal injury law and legal issues, with Alabama focus.
Posts discuss questions that individuals considering filing for bankruptcy might have.
Posts discuss criminal law, family law, and appeals, specifically in Alabama.
Discussion of personal injury law and legal issues, with focus on Alabama.
"The Southeast Financial Litigation Monitor serves as a resource on notable court decisions, legislation, and administrative rule-makings that affect the financial industry in the firm’s footprint states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and Mississippi. The blog offers timely and relevant insights, alongside practical commentary and analysis from members of Balch’s Financial Services Litigation Practice Group."