Mark A. Newell, President
August 2019
Volume XLVIII, Issue 8

 In This Issue...
Ann's Article...........................Page 2
CLE Opportunities.................Page 3
Women Lawyers....................Page 4
Young Lawyers......................Page 4
Significant Decisions..............Page 5
Lawyers Helping Lawyers......Page 6
SAVLP....................................Page 7
Archives & History..................Page 8
In the News............................Page 8
Announcements.....................Page 10
Mobile Bar Foundation...........Page 11
Upcoming Events...................Page 12
Birthdays................................Page 13
    2019 OFFICERS
President - MARK A. NEWELL
Secretary - MARY STONE
Treasurer - CHARLES E. “CHIP” TAIT
Assistant Treasurer - J. ROBERT "ROBBIE" TURNIPSEED
Executive Director - ANN F. SIRMON
President's Message

It’s finally here. After seven months of waiting, football is back. No more “wait until next year!” Next year is here! We kick off the season with our annual Danny Sheridan Football Preview lunch August 16 th . It is the most well-attended lunch meeting of the year, and you don’t want to miss it. While you’re preparing for the season by reading your copies of Athlon Sports and Lindy’s Sports (a Cumberland Law School classmate of mine, by the way), here are some great quotes by famous coaches who knew how to coach people, not just football. Hopefully, some of these quotes can help you stay motivated in your law practice, not just your fantasy league.
  • “It’s not human nature to be great. It’s human nature to survive, to be average and do what you have to do to get by. That is normal. When you have something good happen, it’s the special people that can stay focused and keep paying attention to detail, working to get better and not being satisfied with what they have accomplished."--------------------------------------Nick Saban

  • “Always remember … Goliath was a 40-point favorite over David.”------------------Shug Jordan
  • “There is nothing that cleanses your soul like getting the hell kicked out of you.”---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Woody Hayes
  • “Show me a good and gracious loser, and I will show you a failure.”----------------Knute Rockne

  • “Don’t tell people your problems. Eighty percent don’t care, and the other twenty percent are glad you have them.”------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Lou Holtz
  • “Striving for happiness through achievement should not be a goal. If it is, you will never reach it.”-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Joe Gibbs

  • “Win without braggin’. Lose without acting a fool.”----------------------------------------Eddie Robinson
  • “Don’t think that the way you are today is the way you will always be.”------- ------Vince Dooley

  • “It really doesn’t matter what business or profession you are in; it’s done as a team and I was richly blessed to be part of an outstanding team coached by a sensational leader.”--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Bart Starr

  • “It don’t cost nuthin’ to do the right thing most of the time, and it costs a lot to lose your good name by breaking your word to someone . . . if you remember anything else from me, remember this. It really doesn’t cost anything to be nice, and the rewards can be unimaginable.”----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Bear Bryant
So Hoddy Toddy, Roll Tide, War Eagle, and go Gators. Get your questions ready for Danny Sheridan and we’ll see you August 16 th ! -

Friday, August 16 at 11:45 a.m.

The Admiral Hotel
251 Government Street

Guest speaker is Sports Prognosticator Danny Sheridan
Last year, Danny made a charity bet predicting Clemson to win the national championship (paying 4.5:1 odds) at the Beau Rivage Sports Book grand opening (8-1-18). This year, he'll make another charity bet on who will win the College title this year, at the opening of the Beau Rivage Sports Book (8-1-19) & will give his reasons for same (clue, he's not picking Clemson again!).
For the 5th year in a row, he said 2018 preseason-ranked Auburn would lose 3-4 games last year & they lost 4. He'll again forecast Auburn & Alabama wins, along with the SEC & college football teams.
After picking Doug Jones to beat Roy Moore, he'll give his odds on Doug Jones winning reelection 11/20. He'll also give an early preview of the Mobile Mayor's Race.

Our sponsor for the meeting is The Lagniappe .

We are helping the Young Lawyers Section host a school supply drive for Florence Howard Elementary. Items needed: dry erase markers, color pencils, permanent markers, scissors, hand sanitizer, Lysol spray, wet wipes and construction paper.

Items will be collected at the Membership Luncheon.

The parking garage is under new management. To receive complimentary parking for the garage, once arriving at the hotel, provide your car tag number to a clerk at the front desk. Your pass will be available at the front desk after the meeting.
Ann's Article
The lazy days of summer will start to fade away as we enter the month of August. We have a busy August planned and will offer a variety of ways for you to get involved with the Mobile Bar Association. If you didn’t get a chance to join us for the opening of the Justice Exhibit on Tuesday, July 30th, please stop by and view it. It is located in the atrium area of Government Plaza and will be on display until September 19th. 
On August 8 th , our mentoring committee will once again hold their Coffee with the Court. For one hour, three area judges will share their top five practice pointers for newer lawyers in the court room. You must register in advance. For more information and/or plan to join us, please click here to register
Join us for a fun family friendly event on Friday, August 9 th . We will bid farewell to the Mobile Bay Bears during Attorney Night at the Hank. They are offering Mobile Bar members a special rate. There will also be fireworks after the game. For more details on the event, please see the ad later in the August Bar Bulletin.
One of our biggest highlights of the month is our Membership Luncheon featuring Danny Sheridan. It will be held on Friday, August 16 th at The Admiral Hotel beginning at 11:45 a.m. This will be his 33 rd consecutive year speaking to us. Wow! Thank you, Danny! We look forward to hearing his prognostications, be it sports, politics and whatever else come to mind. This is a well-attended meeting, so please make your reservations now!  Click here to register.  It is the membership meeting of the year that you don’t want to miss.
Immediately following the luncheon, we are offering a CLE on gaming and tribal laws. The seminar will be held at The Admiral Hotel and begin at 1:30 p.m. Danny will join us for the first hour of the seminar to discuss the practical applications of gaming laws. We will also have Martha Tierney discuss Alabama gaming laws and Dottie Barker discuss tribal laws. Please make plans to join us for this interesting seminar. If you plan to attend, please click here and register now

We will end the month of August by offering our the 12th Annual Stars Across the Bay Seminar, an all-day CLE focused on family law. It will be held on Friday, August 23 rd at The Admiral Hotel from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Our Family Law Section Chair Virginia Haas has been hard at work to provide an all-star line-up of speakers. There will also be a silent auction and raffle with the proceeds benefitting The Family Center. Make plans to join us. It's a meeting you don't want to miss. Click here to register .
As you can see, it will be a busy August for the Mobile Bar Association. Take advantage of the many ways to network and connect with your fellow members. We look forward to seeing you soon.

To Celebrate our 150th Anniversary the Mobile Bar Association is partnering with Alabama 200 to bring in a traveling multi-media exhibition on Alabama's role in shaping the Supreme Court of the United States.

When: July 30 - September 19
Location: Government Plaza Atrium
This exhibit is free.

For more information on the exhibition, please click here.
Coffee with the Court
The Mentoring Committee is offering a program for 2019 called Coffee with the Court .  The concept is to provide a forum for our members to get to know our local judges over a cup of coffee.  At each session, two to three judges will present on the topic: My Top 5 Practice Pointers for Newer Lawyers in my Courtroom . All participants receive one hour of CLE credit, as well as coffee.  There is no cost for Mobile Bar members with 12 years of experience or less.  We welcome all other Mobile Bar members and non-members to join us, and standard CLE rates are charged.  Space will be limited. We are asking everyone to register in advance.  

We have three more programs in 2019 from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at The Admiral Hotel in the Cove Room. It is a small meeting room on the first floor near the restaurant. Again, we are asking everyone to REGISTER IN ADVANCE .

Here are the following dates:
  • Thursday, August 8 – Mobile County Circuit Court Judge James T. Patterson, Mobile County District Court Judge George N. Hardesty, Jr. and Mobile County District Court George M. Zoghby
  • Thursday, September 12 – Mobile County Circuit Court Judge Michael A. Youngpeter, Mobile County Circuit Court Judge John R. Lockett and Mobile County Circuit Court Judge Jay A. York
  • Thursday, November 7 – United States Bankruptcy Judge Jerry Oldshue, United States Bankruptcy Judge Henry Callaway and Mobile County District Court Judge Joe Basenburg

The Mentoring programs are sponsored by:

Friday, August 16, 2019

1:30 PM – 4:45 PM
3.0 hours of MCLE available credit

The Admiral Hotel
251 Government Street | Mobile, Alabama 36602

Join us for our MCLE seminar on Gaming and Tribal Laws and Regulations. It offers 3.0 MCLE hours. Our first speaker is  Danny Sheridan . He will discuss the practical applications of gaming laws. Next,  Martha Tierney  will discuss illegal gambling in Alabama. Lastly,  Dottie Barker  with  Frazer Greene Upchurch and Baker, LLC  will discuss best practices in Tribal Court Litigation. Our Moderator for the seminar will be  Danielle Mashburn-Myrick  with  Phelps Dunbar LLP .

Registration Fees:    
Mobile Bar members: $75.00
Non-members: $100.00

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
8.0 hours of MCLE available credit, including one hour of ethics

The Admiral Hotel
251 Government Street | Mobile, Alabama 36602

Our Family Law Section Chair and Moderator Virginia Haas has been hard at work finalizing details for a star-studded seminar. It will offer 8.0 MCLE hours, including one hour of ethics. The all-star line up of speakers will include Judge Honeycutt, Judge Bosch, experts speaking on sex addiction, joint custody, personal tax basics and much more. The seminar will end with a Cocktail Party sponsored by Veritex Legal Solutions. We will have Table Vendors, Silent Auction and Raffle with the proceeds benefiting The Family Center. This is a seminar you don't want to miss!

Registration Fees:    
Mobile Bar members: $200.00
Non-members: $225.00

By Kasee S. Heisterhagen, Secretary
The MBA Women Lawyers will meet at noon on Tuesday, August 13 at Café Del Rio. Our guest speaker will by Chesley Allegri, financial advisor with The Radcliff-Schatzman Group at Morgan Stanley. We would like to extend a special invitation the newest members of the Mobile Bar Association to join us.  
By Weathers Bolt, Young Lawyers President

The Young Lawyers also thank Mobile Bay Reporting/Source One Legal for a great July meeting at Cedar Street Social Club. Mobile Bay and Source One always host a fantastic meeting, and we appreciate their continued support.
The August meeting will be hosted by Taylor Martino, PC on August 22 nd at El Papi, located at 615 Dauphin St. in downtown Mobile.
For updates and additional information, please follow us on Facebook ( Mobile Bar Association Young Lawyers ) and Instagram ( @Mobile_Young_Lawyers ). We will also continue to send e-mails. If you are not receiving Young Lawyers e-mails and would like to, please e-mail me ( ), Vice-President Catherine Spann ( ), or Treasurer Blake Richardson ( ). 
Many thanks to everyone that volunteered during our Back-to-School Camp at Florence Howard Elementary School on July 18 and 19. We co-hosted the camp with The Historic Avenue Foundation, Fuse Project and the Boys and Girls Club of South Alabama. Here are a few photos to highlight the day.
Pictured L to R: Johana Bucci and Weathers Bolt handing out slushees at Back to School Camp at Florence Howard
Mobile Bar Members participating the Back to School Camp. Pictured: Johana Bucci, Mira Covington, Weathers Bolt, Catherine Spann, Freddie Stokes, and summer clerks from Hand Arendall. 
In Ex parte Mi. G., No. 2180566 (Ala. Civ. App., June 21, 2019), the Court of Civil Appeals held that a trial judge was not required to recuse himself in a case where it was possible, but not certain, that the judge might be a witness in proceedings related to a Judicial Inquiry Commission complaint filed against another judge by the attorney for the moving party.

In a case of first impression, the Supreme Court in Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. v. Walker County , No. 1160926 (Ala., June 28, 2019), held that Ala. Code § 35-4-50, which provides that “[c]onveyances of property, required by law to be recorded, must be recorded in the office of the judge of probate,” does not “require” that mortgages be recorded to be valid. Rather, it merely specifies that any conveyances of real property, for which there is a separate requirement of recordation, must be recorded in the probate court. In effect, the opinion upheld the longstanding understanding that while there were certain legal benefits to recording a conveyancing instrument, such recording was not legally mandatory.
In Cox v. Parrish , No. 1170391 (Ala., June 21, 2019), the Supreme Court held that a trial court was without jurisdiction to enter a Rule 54(b) certification of an order as a final judgment when it was undisputed that remaining unresolved claims in the case might, when resolved, render moot the claims for which final judgment certification was made.
In a case of first impression, the Court of Civil Appeals in Langley v. Farrar , No. 2180058 (Ala. Civ. App., June 28, 2019), held that the Defendant’s Rule 60(b)(4) motion should have been granted where the complaint listed the wrong address for Defendant, the Defendant stated his correct address in the answer, but where the trial court purported to notify Defendant of a trial date by sending the notice to the incorrect address and the Defendant did not know of the trial proceedings. Accordingly, the judgment subsequently entered as the trial at which Defendant had not appeared was due to be set aside due to lack of notice.
By Ruth Lichtenfeld

Well-being is difficult to define. In fact, although there is general agreement supporting the notion of well-being, there is no consensus as to its definition because experiencing a sense of well-being is very subjective. Among the many basic elements that constitute a sense of well-being are good health, possessing positive social/familial relationships, the ability to meet basic needs for one’s self and family, a sense of fulfillment, and a sense of satisfaction with one’s life. A sense of well-being is a very dynamic process.
As the diagram shows, a multitude of basic elements comprise the major dimensions that combine to form our overall sense of well-being. When one or more of these dimensions are adversely altered or threatened, there is a negative impact on our overall sense of well-being. Abuse of drugs or alcohol is a major threat to our sense of well-being because such abuse, if left unaddressed, eventually affects every major dimension of our lives. Therefore, a disruption in our overall sense of well-being may be the harbinger of more serious life issues.
If you are experiencing issues with drugs or alcohol, you are not alone. In our legal community, there is a strong network of lawyers helping lawyers. This help is offered anonymously.  Approximately 15 years ago several attorneys from Mobile and Baldwin Counties formed the group Lawyers in Recovery (“LIR”). Every LIR meeting starts with the recitation: “Who you see in a LIR meeting, what you hear in an LIR meeting, stays in the LIR meeting.” Further, LIR is not aligned with, nor does it report to, any other group or entity (i.e., the Alabama State Bar or the Mobile Bar Association or Committees of those Organizations). To the contrary, and as stated in its Preamble, “LIR is a fellowship of lawyers who share their experience, strength and hope with each other to hopefully solve their common problems and help others to recover from alcoholism, addiction, depression or similar conditions.” 
Lawyers in Recovery (“LIR”) is a fellowship of lawyers who share their experience, strength and hope with each other to hopefully solve their common problems and help others to recover from alcoholism, addiction, depression or similar conditions. LIR meetings are designed to last one hour and start promptly at 5:30 p.m. on the first and third Thursdays of every month at 205 Church Street in Mobile. LIR meetings are modeled on the steps and traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous and participants pledge and place substantial emphasis on anonymity. If anyone needs additional information on LIR Meetings, they can anonymously call the Mobile Bar Association office for referral to a LIR Member who will also keep all communications confidential.
By Mitchell Lattof, Sr., Chairman

This is a continuing discussion of the video interviews the Archives & History Committee has conducted over the past five years that are accessible on the Mobile Bar Association website for both attorneys and the public. In 2016, our Committee had the privilege of interviewing Robert Edington, Esq., who was 86 years old at the time. He was admitted to the Mobile Bar Association in 1956.

Robert Edington served in the U. S. Navy from 1951 to 1955 in the West Pacific Fleet. He remained in the U. S. Navy Reserve and retired with the title of Commander in 1980. He was elected to and served in the Alabama House of Representatives from 1962 to 1970 and in the Alabama Senate from 1970 to 1974. He also served on the Alabama State Democratic Executive Committee for four years during that time. During his eight years of service in the Alabama House of Representatives and four years as a Senator from Mobile County, Robert Edington aided in the legislation that established the Alabama Historical Commission, the U.S.S. Alabama Battleship Commission and various historic districts in the City of Mobile. For his legislative efforts, Edington received a national award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C. While in the Alabama legislature, Edington also co-sponsored legislation for the creation of the University of South Alabama and the USA College of Medicine.

For 20 years, Edington served as the Consul of Guatemala in Mobile and organized the first local trade mission to Central America. For more than 40 years, he participated in the coordination of U. S. Navy Ships for Mobile’s Mardi Gras Festivities. Edington is a Member of the Kiwanis Club of Mobile and has served as an Elder at Spring Hill Presbyterian Church. He is married to Pat Edington and they have two children, Sherard, a Presbyterian Minister, and Virginia, a businesswoman in Daphne. He and his wife, Pat, have regularly attended the National Democratic Conventions as representatives from the State of Alabama for many years. I believe our Committee’s interview of Robert Edington will be of great interest to the members of the Mobile Bar Association.
BORN: MBA Member Greg Vaughan and wife Tonya welcomed son Samuel Edward on July 10, 2019. At 20 inches long, Samuel weighed 7 pounds and 12 ounces. Samuel joins big sister Ansley Elizabeth.

MBA Past President and Armbrecht Jackson partner Kathy Miller was recently appointed Norway's Honorary Consul for the State of Alabama.

MBA Member and Armbrecht Jackson partner J. Robert (“Robbie”) Turnipseed was recently elected as a Fellow to the American College of Tax Counsel (“ACTC”), which is a national association of tax lawyers who have been recognized by their peers as making exceptional contributions to the tax profession.

Burr & Forman Mobile partner John Browning was recently elected to serve as vice-chair to the Business Litigation General Committee of the TIPS Section for the American Bar Association (ABA). In addition, he was elected to serve on The Brief Editorial Board Standing Committee. He will serve a one-year term for both positions for the 2019-2020 board year.
The attorneys of Cunningham Bounds, LLC are pleased to announce Aaron N. Maples has joined the firm as an Associate. Mr. Maples earned his B.A. degree from the University of South Alabama in 2010 and his J.D. degree from Loyola University of New Orleans College of Law in 2013. His practice is focused on cases involving catastrophic injuries, car and trucking accidents, industrial accidents, and wrongful death.

The Neutral Solution is pleased to announce that the Attorney Ross Diamond has joined their group of mediators and arbitrators, known as “Neutrals.” The past 50 years, Diamond has built a practice that has specialized in representing the victims of marine, railroad, industrial and motor vehicle accidents. 
NOTICE: Christina Loyd is looking for the Last Will & Testament of her parents, Samuel Williams and Aline E. Williams, both deceased. The will was filed sometime between 2006 – 2010 in Mobile, Alabama. If you have any information, please contact Christina by phone 251-660-4513 or email at or Christina’s daughter Nimmie Kelly at 251-865-1237.
Medium sized plaintiff’s firm in Mobile AL is seeking a seasoned research and writing attorney with at least 5+ years of lawyering experience. Salary depends on experience. Full benefits. Send resume to managing partner, P. O. Box 1089, Mobile, AL 36601 or .
Scott, Sullivan, Streetman & Fox, P.C. is looking for an associate attorney with 1 to 5 year’s experience for its Mobile office. The firm specializes in civil litigation on the defense side. If interested, please send your resume to .

The St. Thomas More Society will be sponsoring the Celebration of the Red Mass on October 4, 2019., with Archbishop Rodi Reing Celebrant at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, beginning at 12:00 p.m. This Special Mass asks for God’s blessings on our Judicial System and elected officials. If you would like to join the St. Thomas More Society, or participate more fully in the Red Mass Celebration, please contact Brenda Hetrick at 251.341.0405.
LOOP OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE:  307 Morgan Ave. Beautiful medium size house with kitchen, patio, etc. Can share receptionist, internet, large copier with scanner/fax; WIFI, easy parking, $400.00 a month rent. Contact Kip Sharpe , ; 251-343-6700 (office); 251-423-1157 (cell).
DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE:  456 Conti Street, Mobile, AL 36602. 
Available: One large office Room. Within walking distance of federal courts. 
Amenities: Receptionist, Polycom telephone, Internet, WIFI, Email, large color copier/scanner, Street parking, lobby, and kitchen. Contact: James M. Byrd via phone 251-438-2973.
DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE: 350 Church Street, two blocks from the courthouse. One large office downstairs and space for your secretary. Parking available. Conference room and kitchen. Within walking distance of our courthouse. Established firm. If interested, please e-mail .
Plans are well underway for the 2019 Tri the Gulf and we need YOU to get involved. Tri the Gulf is a sprint triathlon held on Dauphin Island, Alabama. The course consists of a 600 yard Gulf swim, 16.7 mile island + bridge bike and 3.1 mile island run (short section off road on the golf course). This triathlon is produced by the Mobile Bar Foundation.

There are multiple ways to show your support. First, share the word. Encourage your co-workers, family and friends to get involved. Next, YOU can volunteer, sponsor and/or participate in the race itself.

For more information on Tri the Gulf, click here and visit their website.
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August 1 - 31
Alabama Justice Exhibit Open
Mobile Government Plaza

Thursday, August 1
Lawyers Helping Lawyers Meeting
205 Church Street

Thursday, August 8
Mentoring Coffee with the Court
The Admiral Hotel

Thursday, August 8
Executive Committee Meeting
The Athelstan Club

Friday, August 9
Attorney Night at the Hank
Hank Aaron Stadium

Tuesday, August 13
Women Lawyers Meeting
Cafe Del Rio

Thursday - August 15
MBA Bulletin Articles Due
Thursday, August 15
SAVLP Open House
118 North Royal Street, Suite 402

Thursday, August 15
Lawyers Helping Lawyers Meeting
205 Church Street

Friday, August 16
Membership Luncheon
The Admiral Hotel

Friday, August 16
Gaming and Tribal Laws Seminar
The Admiral Hotel

Thursday, August 22
Young Lawyers Section Meeting
El Papi Restaurant

Friday, August 23
Stars Across the Bay Seminar
The Admiral Hotel

Thursday, August 29
Grievance Committee Meeting
The Athelstan Club
Listed below are members that are celebrating birthdays in August:
Matthew Ian David Andrews
David Daniel Anthony
David L. Barnett
James F. Barter, Jr.
Travis M. Bedsole, Jr.
Thomas H.Benton, Jr.
Thomas Hart Benton, III
Carroll E. Blow, Jr.
Benjamin H. Brooks, III
Kenyen R. Brown
Johana Alexandra Bucci
Russell C. Buffkin
Karen H. Carr
C. S. Chiepalich
Ruth Alexander Clute
Meegan Nelson Colclough
Betsy Palmer Collins
Michael Kevin Congiardo
Christopher T. Conte
J. Patrick Courtney, III
Blane H. Crutchfield
C. William Daniels, Jr.
Katherine Browning DeKeyser
Todd L. Denison
Deborah H. Farmer
Mary Anne Flippo
Richard W. Foreman
A. Danner Frazer, Jr.
Jacob A. Fuller
Norman J. Gale, Jr.
Robert M. Galloway
Christopher L. George
Kevin T. Green
Deborah Ann Griffin
Charles Wright Ham
Christine Harding Hart
Kasee Sparks Heisterhagen
E. Ashton Hill, III
Stephen Taft Hughes
George R. Irvine, III
Sidney W. Jackson,III
Adam Keith Jarvis
Robert D. Johnston, Jr.
Benjamin Numa Kearns
Emily Crow Killion
LeDora Knight
Richard Edwin Lamberth
John R. Lockett
Victor H. Lott, Jr.
Benjamin Paul Mayer
Kent Dyer McPhail
Bill Clayton Messick
S. C. Middlebrooks
John Lauthlin Moore, IV
Dothan Elroy Morgan,Jr.
Joshua Tyler Morgan
Katherine Finley Ogburn
Juan C. Ortega
Frank Leon Parker,Jr.
James T. Patterson
Weldon Rushing Payne, Jr.
John C. Pierce
Jean Marguerite Powers
Thomas Justice Radcliff
William Herbert Reece
Archibald Thomas Reeves, IV
Keith Stevenson Rivers
Ashley Brooke Thomas
Audrey ChaLea Tisdale
Jean Walker Tucker
Deena R. Tyler
Michael Anthony Wing
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