On December 26, Judge Michael Graffeo issued a $2.55 million verdict in favor of Campbell Guin’s client, Ron Williamson. The case was styled Williamson v. Donald Porter; Marc Porter; Porter Capital Corporation; Porter Bridge Loan Co., Inc.; Lowerline Corp.; Capital Partners Leasing, Inc.; and Capital Partners Leasing, LLC, 13-902152-MGG. Williamson was represented by Campbell Guin’s managing partner, Andrew P. Campbell and partner Stephen D. Wadsworth.
After years of ongoing dispute and more than a week in trial, a Jefferson County jury awarded Birmingham financial services company Capital Strategies Group, Inc. over $1.5 million in damages against Pat Trammell, Jr. after finding Trammell liable for fraud and negligence in a securities transaction. Andy Campbell and Cason Kirby of Campbell Guin, LLC represented Capital Strategies in the lawsuit.
Partner Yawanna McDonald was named in B-Metro's 2018 Top Women Attorneys. This annual list recognizes the top female attorneys in the Birmingham metro area who have successful careers but also demonstrate a commitment to their community and the law.
Partner Yawanna McDonald discusses taking on new challenges and how she went from a career in environmental science to practicing law in the latest issue of Attorney at Law magazine.
This ruling is the first time an Alabama court has recognized the derivative rights of credit unions members.
Campbell Guin is excited to announce that Cason Kirby, a partner in the firm's business torts, corporate litigation and trial practice, has been named as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Business Professionals by the Tuscaloosa News.
Campbell Guin’s Partner, Yawanna McDonald, had the privilege of serving as co-chair of the YWCA of Central Alabama Junior Board’s 2018 KIDS Korner Luncheon.
Boutique law firm Campbell Guin has named Cason Kirby and Yawanna McDonald partners in its Birmingham office.
A lawsuit Alabama One Credit Union filed against CUMIS Insurance Society in 2017 has been settled.The credit union sued for loan losses suffered under a Fidelity Bond issued by the insurance company, which recently settled the lawsuit for $2.25 million.
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