Mark A. Newell, President
Volume XLVIII, Issue 2
In This Issue...
Ann's Article......................Page 2
New Members....................Page 2
Archives and History............Page 3
Committee & Section Chairs..Page 3
Lawyers In the News ...........Page 4
Happy Birthday..................Page 4
Women Lawyers.................Page 6
Significant Decisions............Page 7
Young Lawyers...................Page 7 Announcements.................Page 8
Mobile Bar Foundation...Page 9 & 10
Continuing Legal Education .Page 11
President - MARK A.NEWELL
President Elect - GEORGE W. “SKIP” FINKBOHNER, III
Vice President - CHARLES J. "CHARLIE" POTTS
Secretary - MARY STONE
Treasurer - CHARLES E. “CHIP” TAIT
Assistant Treasurer - J. ROBERT "ROBBIE" TURNIPSEED
Executive Director - ANN F. SIRMON
Editor - JULIA J.SHREVE
In celebration of the 150
Anniversary of the Mobile Bar Association, our spotlight this month is our Bulletin. We have been fortunate and blessed to have had two exceptional editors in the history of the Bar Bulletin, and with the retirement of Ferrell Anders last month, we began a new era in the life of our newsletter.
Ferrell took over the Bulletin in 1992. My favorite part – and the page I turned to first – was the sports column penned by Ben Harris, Jr., which provided scoring highlights of our Legal Eagles athletics teams. As Mark Twain would say, “there was things which he stretched, but mostly he told the truth.” This was the dawn of ESPN, and Ben was better than Berman. On the basketball court, who can forget All World Eddie Greene, Sid “Dr. Cool” Jackson hitting clutch free throws, Jimmy “Sky King” Duffy, and Norman Waldrop roaming the court taunting his teammates? Did Alan Christian really drive the lane for a 180 degree back stuffs? Edgar Walsh and Jay York coached the Barrister Nine Softballers, which featured Buddy Brown’s inside the park homeruns and fielding gems, and stellar play from Charlie Fleming, Craig Pittman and Danny Barlar. Micky Smith and Braxton Counts coached the flag football purple and maroon to gridiron glory. If you don’t believe we had great athletes in the Bar, check out all the league champion trophies at Bar Headquarters sometime.
Ferrell took over the newsletter from Mr. J. Edward Thornton, who had founded it in 1966. Mr. Thornton had served as president of the Alabama State Bar as well as the Mobile Bar Association. A Harvard Law graduate, Mr. Thornton and his Tom Landry style fedora were familiar fixtures in downtown Mobile. He included a monthly editorial in the bulletin, which of course generated letters to the editor, often reprinted.
I don’t know if Mr. Thornton handpicked Ferrell to be his successor, but if he did, he certainly got it right. So it makes sense that Ferrell has been tutoring, and has turned the reigns over to his young padawan, Julia Shreve. Julia has a journalism background and will be great in her new position. Thank you, Julia, and also those who have served in writing our other regular columns – Sandy Robinson, and now Kristy Dugan (Lawyers in the News); Duane Graham (Significant Decisions), and committee and section chairmen and women who update us on their important work.
And if you run into Ferrell, please thank him again for 27 years of outstanding editing and service to the MBA!
NO FEBRUARY MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON
SAVE THE DATE
LAW DAY HELP LINE
TUESDAY, MAY 7th 6:00 AM - 1:00 PM
In April of 1869, the Mobile Bar Association was incorporated by filing its Declaration of Incorporation pursuant to the Revised Code of Alabama of 1867. At that time, the Association had 32 members and they all paid collateral, at varying levels, to start the association. Its stated objectives were to establish a Law Library in the City of Mobile, to increase professional learning, and to cultivate friendly intercourse among the members of the Bar of Mobile. Fast forward to 150 years later, we have over 1,000 members, a committee that still assists with the Law Library, and our mission remains the same: to elevate the legal profession to the highest possible standard, provide professional development, and to cultivate networking opportunities among the members of the Mobile Bar.
The Mobile Bar Association has a rich history and now it is time to celebrate our 150 years of success. Mark your calendars for Thursday, March 28
. The festivities will begin at the new federal courthouse located at 155 St. Joseph Street at 4:00 PM. We will receive greetings from Mobile Bar President Mark Newell, Alabama State Bar President Sam Irby and U. S. District Judge Beaverstock. Our keynote speakers will be former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Judge William H. Pryor, Jr. After Judge Pryor’s speech, we will leave the federal courthouse by second line, led by The Excelsior Band, to The Battle House Hotel where we will continue the celebration. Our celebration at The Battle House Hotel will include recognizing five members that were admitted to practice law in Alabama in 1969, several toasts, and lots of pictures and memorabilia that reflect back on the last 150 years of the Mobile Bar Association. The event will include hors d’ouvrves, wine, beer and a cash bar. Please make plans to join us and celebrate our 150 years of success!
A special thank you to the Inns of Court for your assistance in securing the meeting room.
4:00 PM Federal Courthouse
4:45 PM Second Line with Excelsior Band to The Battle House Hotel
5 – 7:00 PM Celebration at The Battle House Hotel Crystal Ballroom
- FREE - Remarks at Federal Courthouse, including speeches delivered by former AG Sessions and Judge Pryor
- $25.00, per person - Celebration at The Battle House Hotel
Invitations will be sent to Mobile Bar Association members in the coming weeks. To help us better prepare, we ask that everyone pre-register for both events.
Sponsorship levels are at $2,500, $1,000, $750 and $500. Please contact me for additional information.
The following lawyers were were admitted to the Mobile Bar Association, Friday, January 18, 2019.
CHRISTINE A. CLOLINGER
graduated from Florida State University College of Law in 2015; admitted to the Alabama State Bar in 2016; employed with Davis & Fields, P.C.
JARRETT “JAY” JOSEPH DIXON
graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2017; admitted to the Missouri State Bar in 2018.
ARCHIVES AND HISTORY
by Mitchell Lattof, Sr., Chairman:
I have the privilege of being appointed and serving as Chairman of the Archives & History Committee for the past five years from January 2014 to the present and am currently serving my sixth year. In 2014, the Committee decided to commence interviewing Senior Attorneys of the Mobile Bar Association.
Our first interview was of Robert Denniston, the oldest Senior Attorney of the Mobile Bar Association, who was in his 90s, and Thomas Haas, who had practiced criminal law for many years and was in his late 80s. They graciously agreed to be interviewed together by our Committee. Court Reporter Donna Henderson volunteered her services to transcribe the interviews, and I videotaped the interviews. Following the interviews, the Video was edited, titled and uploaded to YouTube and presented to my Committee for approval and referral to the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee reviewed and accepted the video interviews. The Denniston and Haas interviews were the start of our Committee doing video interviews of Senior Attorneys for acceptance and showing by the Executive Committee. Subsequently, the Executive Committee established a YouTube Playlist Connection on its website to preserve this video and additional videos we submitted in later years. In our later reports to you, we will discuss some of the individual interviews the members might be interested in watching.
2019 COMMITTEE AND SECTION CHAIRS
Please find below our list of Committee and Section Chairs for 2019. To view the full list of committee and section members,
please click here
Ad Hoc/Lawyer Assistance
Ruth R. Lichtenfeld
Ad Hoc/Lawyer Mentoring
Gregory E. Vaughan
Archives & History
Mitchell G. Lattof, Sr.
Julia J. Shreve
Continuing Legal Education
Co-Chairs Joseph Kulakowski and Clay Rossi
Diversity and Inclusion
Suntrease W. Williams-Maynard
Sidney W. Jackson, III
Charles J. Potts
K. Morgan Hofferber
J. F. (Jack) Janecky
Jean M. Powers
Jeanna D. Chappell
M. Kathleen Miller
R Jeffrey Perloff
Alternate Dispute Resolution
J. Michael Druhan, Jr.
E. Russell March, III
Civil Practice, Federal Court
Michael D. Strasavich
Civil Practice, State & County
Stephen E. Clements
Cindy W. Powell
Alison B. Herlihy
David D. Anthony
Gilbert B. Laden
Chair Boyd Miller and Co-Chair Rebecca D. Parks
James V. Roberts, Jr.
died on January 10, 2019. Jim was an Eagle Scout and graduated from the University of Alabama and Cumberland School of Law. He practiced law in Mobile and Baldwin counties and served as the municipal court judge for the City of Spanish Fort and county conservator for Baldwin County. Many saw the video of Jim’s daughter’s recent wedding reception in which, though wheelchair-bound, he danced his final father-daughter dance. Jim is survived by his wife, three daughters, two sons, seven grandchildren and two sisters.
DIED: Arthur Clarke
passed away on January 9, 2019. A Mobile native, he died at his downtown home at the age of 74. He served his country proudly in the Marine Corps. He attended the University of Alabama and Cumberland Law School and began practicing law in 1973. He is survived by two daughters, one granddaughter, his mother, and several brothers and sisters.
Luther E. “Bud” Clements, father of MBA member
, died on December 28, 2018 at age 91 in Mobile. He served in the U.S. Army at the conclusion of WWII and in the U.S. Navy in the Korean Conflict. Bud was a CPA and senior partner of Clements, Crow & Wilkinson when he retired.
were recognized in Mobile Bay Magazine’s 2018 Class of 40 under 40.
Listed below are members that are celebrating birthdays in February.
Samuel Grey Alidor
Jay P. Altmayer
Margaret Holladay Alves
Tristan Russell Armer
Christina May Bolin
Gregory P. Bru
Ann Winslow Butts
Bradley R. Byrne
Henry H. Caddell
Bryan Eugene Comer
Keri Renee Coumanis
Stephen G. Crawford
Katriesa Ann Crummie
Charles H. Dodson
Sarah Bond Dorger
Mark Alan Dowdy
Martha Elizabeth Durant
William Thomas Eiland
George Allan Eyrich
Henry Wade Faulkner
Karlos Fitzgerald Finley
Sarah S. Frierson
Duane A. Graham
Roger Crane Guilian
Jason K. Hagmaier
Neil L. Hanley
Neil Stewart Hanley
George N. Hardesty
James E. Hasser
Benjamin Connell Heinz
Warren C. Herlong
Christine Cassie Hernandez
Kristina Morgan Sanders Hofferber
Robert Ely Hunter
Wesley Jerome Hunter
Robert Gerald Jackson
Theodore K. Jackson
James Crowell Johnston
Neil C. Johnston
Vivian Gaines Johnston
John P. Kavanagh
Frank H. Kruse
Chase R. Laurendine
Sara Elizabeth Lee Liles
Michael Mark Linder
Merceria LaVonne Ludgood
Robert Christopher Matthews
Jason S. McCormick
Weyman W. McCranie
Edward B. McDermott
Michael S. McGlothren
William Lester Meck
M. Kathleen Miller
Pamela Kirkwood Millsaps
William Kyle Morris
Robert H. Mudd
Jason B. Nimmer
Faith Ann Pate Nixon
Ryan Thomas Northrup
Edward Thomas Overton
James Donnie Patterson
Martin R. Pearson
Robert Jeffrey Perloff
Will Grimes Phillips
Martin Miller Poynter
Kenneth J. Riemer
John Burruss Riis
Clay T. Rossi
Raymond A. Russell
Henry R. Seawell
Kirk C. Shaw
Michael A. Shaw
William S. Shulman
Derek Adam Siebert
April Dodd Smith
Lacey Daughdrill Smith
William Bradley Smith
Mark E. Spear
Jeffrey R. Sport
Richard H. Taylor
Michelle Manley Hart Thomason
Kenneth A. Watson
Zachary Ryan Weaver
Jessica L Welch
A. Holmes Whiddon
Mark Stephen Zimlich
by Dru Lauren, Managing Attorney
Each year SAVLP coordinates civil legal services for Project Homeless Connect (PHC), an annual service fair for people experiencing homelessness. Housing First, Inc., stages the event at The Grounds and brings together health care providers, attorneys, law enforcement/court personnel, faith based organizations, businesses, government agencies, and other nonprofits to provide necessary services for the homeless in our community, at no cost to the clients. Attendees have access to legal assistance, dental and vision screenings, housing assistance and mainstream resources (food stamps, state IDs, and more). Those who volunteer for this event make a tremendous impact on their clients’ lives. At this year’s event we had over 100 clients sign in for legal assistance.
Many thanks to the attorneys and court staff who participated in this year’s PHC: Russell Bergstrom,Baxter Bishop, Winslow Butts, Annette Carwie, Luke Coley, Judson Crump, Jeff Deen, Lisa Deen, Matt Green, Scott Hawk, Laura Holland, Colin Kemmerly, Gil Laden, Mark Murphree, Caine O’Rear, Spencer Phillips, Penny Slawkowski, Hendrik Snow, Zachary Weaver, Michael Wing, Noëll Black (an EDPNA with Gardberg & Kemmerly), and Legal Services Alabama Attorneys: Gregory Ramos, Rachele Reis, Caitlin Smitherman, and Charlotte Tipton.
Special thanks to the Mobile Municipal Court and District Court for attending: Judge Carvine Adams, Andrea Jenkins (Bailiff), and Mary Theall (Municipal Court Clerk), Judge George Hardesty, Chris McDonough (Assistant D.A.), and Kim Earl (District Court).
- February 12thfrom 1-3 p.m., Wills Clinic at Washington County Library, Chatom. SAVLP still needs a few attorney volunteer for this upcoming clinic. Attorneys will assist clients with simple wills, powers of attorney, and advance directive on site. SAVLP will provide a notary, computers, software, and materials needed. Clients will leave with completed documents, and no follow up is expected from the volunteer attorney.
- February 14thfrom 1-3 p.m., Monthly Advice Clinic at the Mobile County Courthouse, District Court – 4thFloor. We are always looking for additional volunteer attorneys for this limited legal advice clinic.
Special thanks to January’s Attorney for the Day Volunteers: Ginger Poynter, Jackie Brown, Michael Wing, Hendrick Snow, and Allan Eyrich.
Thank you for your service!
Pictured: Judge Adams (center) with Municipal Court Staff at Project Homeless Connect.
By Catherine Spann
Why should YOU join MBA Women Lawyers (MBAWL)? Here are a few of the many reasons:
First, MBAWL strives to facilitate and encourage the advancement of Mobile and Baldwin County women lawyers in equity partnerships within law firms, as elected judges both locally and statewide, and as leaders in professional associations of lawyers nationwide.
Second, many of us face the struggle to find balance in our lives and to keep up with the heavy pace but still be present for our families. Our job is important and fulfilling, but it’s not easy. MBAWL offers a place to get advice from other professional women and to share advice you have gathered. It provides a place to talk about issues, learn, network, build relationships and friendships, and have fun.
Finally, MBAWL provides great resources for local women lawyers. MBAWL hosts monthly luncheons with speakers (offering CLE credit) and events throughout the year including networking opportunities during happy hour, a celebratory Trailblazer Tea in May, an annual networking event in October, and fitness classes. These events provide an opportunity for women lawyers in the Mobile and Baldwin County areas to network and establish personal and professional relationships.
Please sign up for our email list to keep up with all the meeting dates and activities. The next meeting will be announced soon. To be added to the email list, please email MBAWL President Laura Coker at
, or MBAWL Secretary Catherine Spann at
MBAWL’s 2019 Board Members include President Laura Coker, Immediate Past President Krissy McCulloch, Vice President Emily Killion, Treasurer Tiffany Smith, Secretary Catherine Spann, Historian Christine Segarra, Networking Event Co-chairs Ruth Lichtenfeld and Morgan Hofferber, and Trailblazer Tea Co-chairs: Lanice Turrens and Morgan Hofferber. Please feel free to reach out to any of these women if you have any questions.
NOMINATE AN OUTSTANDING WOMAN LAWYER FOR TRAILBLAZER TEA
The Mobile Bar Association Women Lawyers are currently soliciting nominations to honor an outstanding woman lawyer at the 8th Annual Trailblazer Tea in May. If there is someone you would like to nominate to receive this recognition, please send your nomination to MORGAN HOFFERBER at
. The nomination should include a very brief description of why you believe the nominee would be a good candidate to receive the Trailblazer award. Past recipients of this prestigious award include: Helen J. Alford, Merceria L. Ludgood, Frank Fields Smith, Honorable Callie V.S. Granade, Beth Marietta-Lyons, Honorable Margaret A. Mahoney, Celia J. Collins, and M. Kathleen Miller.
Nominations are due by February 22, 2019.
Reaffirming the rule that a non-movant’s non-objection to a motion to continue a hearing on a post-judgment motion did not constitute the “express consent” as required by Rule 59.1 to extend the 90-day period within which a trial court must rule on a post-judgment motion, the Court of Civil Appeals in
Johnson v. Cox
, No. 2170874 (Ala. Civ. App., November 9, 2018), held that it lacked jurisdiction over an appeal because the 90-day period had been exceeded, which meant that the appeal was untimely filed. The court also held that the trial court’s later entry of an order purporting to deny the post-judgment motion was a nullity because the 90-day period had long since expired.
Reaffirming the notion that venue is a threshold concept, the Supreme Court in
Ex parte Nationwide Agribusiness Insurance Co.
, No. 1171081 (Ala., November 16, 2018), held that a trial court had acted improperly in concluding that it would not rule on a defendant’s motion to transfer venue until the pretrial conference and, thus, issued a writ of mandamus compelling the trial court to rule earlier. The court noted that the delay in ruling meant that the moving party effectively had to complete discovery and other pretrial matters in what was alleged to be the wrong county, and that the party would have had very limited time after the ruling to take appropriate action if the motion were denied.
Ex parte Killian Construction Co.,
No. 1170696 (Ala., November 2, 2018), the Supreme Court held that it was not unfair or seriously inconvenient for the parties to be required to litigate their claims in Missouri pursuant to the outbound forum selection clause in the governing contract. In particular, the Court held that the fact that the witnesses would have to travel from Alabama to Missouri was insufficient to constitute “serious inconvenience.”
Weathers Bolt, President
The YOUNG LAWYERS would like to thank PRO LEGAL and MICHAEL CANNON for a great January meeting at CALLAGHAN’S. Michael and Pro Legal always do a fantastic job and we appreciate their continued support.
The February meeting will be hosted by MCDOWELL KNIGHT ROEDDER & SLEDGE, LLC on February 21, 2019 at MOE’S ORIGINAL BAR B QUE in Downtown Mobile. Please plan to get there early and stay for the Order of Polka Dots parade. We look forward to seeing everyone on February 21st. If you are not on the Young Lawyers e-mail list and would like to be, or if you have any questions, concerns, or comments, please e-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org), Vice-President Catherine Spann (CSpann@handarendall.com), or Treasurer Blake Richardson (email@example.com).
Baldwin County Court Houses (Bay Minette, Fairhope and Foley) have implemented a new security policy for entering the Court House. In order to bring a cell phone or laptop into the Baldwin County Court House, you must obtain an Attorney ID card through the Baldwin County Bar Association. This policy is being implemented with everyone; including Mobile attorneys.
Investiture Ceremony for the Honorable Jill P. Phillips is scheduled for Friday, February 15, 2019 at 10:30 AM. It will be held in Mobile Government Plaza Ceremonial Courtroom. Reception to follow.
The current four-year term of Kevin L. Butler, Federal Public Defender for the Northern District of Alabama at Birmingham, expires 16 October 2019. The Federal Public Defender, under authority of 18 U.S.C.§ 3006A(g)(2)(A), provides criminal defense services to individuals unable to afford counsel and supervises a full-time staff of attorneys and administrative and clerical personnel. In accordance with regulations of the Judicial Conference of the United States and the Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit governing the appointment and reappointment of Federal Public Defenders, a review committee has been established to evaluate Mr. Butler’s performance in consideration of his request to be reappointed to a new four-year term. The Committee is soliciting written comments from members of the bar and concerned citizens about the performance of Mr. Butler and his office staff. If requested, the identity of a respondent to this solicitation will not be divulged without prior consent. However, Mr. Butler will be provided with a general description of the source and nature of any comments. Comments should be sub mitted to James P. Gerstenlauer, Circuit Executive, United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, 56 Forsyth Street, NW, Atlanta, GA 30303, and must be received in the Circuit Executive’s Office no later than 8 February 2019.
The Board of Directors of Public Park and Recreation Board of the City of Mobile, DBA Ladd Peebles Stadium in a voluntary capacity, wishes to hire permanent counsel for all legal matters relating to the day-to-day operations of the stadium. A sports contract background is preferred but not required for this position. All interested parties should submit a letter of interest and resume to: Mrs. Ann Davis c/o Ladd-Peebles Stadium, 1621 Virginia Street, Mobile, Alabama 36604.
Small litigation firm has an opening for a lawyer with two to three years of experience. Send resume to Hiring Partner, P O Box 1347, Mobile 36633.
Associate Attorney (full time)
Small insurance defense firm seeking associate for the Mobile office with at least one year’s experience. Standard pay and benefits package applies.
Requirements: Applicant must have graduated in the top 20% of their class, and have excellent writing and time management skills. Experience with an insurance defense firm is a plus. All submissions will be treated as confidential. Contact: William E. Pipkin, Jr. 251/431-9006 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Get your 2018
Tri the Gulf T-Shirts
while they last! They are $5 each- first come, first serve and available to purchase at the Bar Headquarters. Checks payable to the Mobile Bar Foundation. Remaining sizes left: Medium AND Large
Also, we have
Tri the Gulf tall tumblers
for sale. They are $5 each – first come, first serve and available to purchase at the Bar Headquarters. Checks payable to the Mobile Bar Foundation.
Burr & Forman LLP
announces the election of two Mobile attorneys,
, to partnership, effective January 1.
is thrilled to announce effective January 1, 2019, Mobile attorney
H. Finn Cox, Jr.
, was elevated to Shareholder of the Firm.
is proud to announce that
J. Day Peake III
has been elected to partnership, effective January 1, 2019.
Starnes Davis Florie
is proud to announce
as the firm’s newest partner. Weathers has been an attorney with the firm’s Mobile office since 2012 and devotes his practice to general civil litigation with a focus in the areas of commercial transactions and malpractice litigation. He handles matters involving financial services, warranty claims, product liability, physician malpractice, nursing home malpractice, fraud, and personal injury claims. He has tried jury and bench trials to a verdict and has experience compelling and defending claims in arbitration. Weathers has also defended several actions brought by governmental agencies, helping to resolve them through both settlement and trial.
FILING CABINETS AND OFFICE CHAIRS AVAILABLE:
A variety of lateral and vertical filing cabinets plus conference room and guest chairs. Please contact Bill Kiszla at
OFFICE FURNITURE FOR SALE:
Relocating office, quality atty desk & chair, large credenza, secretarial desk, chair and computers, office chairs (4), book cases and more. Inquire
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN.
Professional office space with all modern amenities and free parking at 1325 Dauphin Street. If interested, call
DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE COMING 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
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE:
507 Church Street, Mobile, AL 36602
Available: Two office suite for lease. It is a short walking distance to the court house and has on and off street parking. Contact:
via phone at
DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE:
Great location, two blocks from the courthouse
in historic Church Street area. 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
DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE:
Beautiful, spacious office in an historic home in the beautiful DeTonti Square neighborhood. Plentiful onsite parking, available conference room, waiting area, kitchenette, plus optional space for staff. Receptionist onsite. Internet provided. A block from the Federal and Bankruptcy Courthouses. Perfect for a Solo, or out of town firm desiring Mobile presence. 205 N. Conception St. Contact HENRY BREWSTER at 251-338-0630 or
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).
Association of Legal Administrators – Mobile Chapter will hold its 2019 Managing Partners Breakfast.
Guest Speaker: The Voice of Alabama Football and NASCAR Announcer – Eli Gold.
Date: Tuesday April 30
Time: 8:00 - 9:30am
Location: Battle House Hotel – Moonlight Ballroom
Cost: $40.00 includes Breakfast Buffet
Open to all attorneys and Judges
Or mail your check, made payable to Mobile Chapter ALA to: Patty Risher, Frazer Greene LLC, P.O. Box 1686, Mobile, AL 36633.
THE MOBILE BAR FOUNDATION HAS RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING DONATIONS
IN HONOR OF
D. Richard Bounds
By: David G. Wirtes
IN MEMORY OF:
Thomas A. Deas and Claude D. Boone
By: Edward B. Mc Dermott
IN HONOR OF:
Please consider making a tax deductible donation to the Mobile Bar Foundation:
Phone: _______________________________________ E-Mail: _____________________________________
YES, I want to make a donation to the Mobile Bar Foundation -
In honor/memory of: ______________________________________________________________________
Acknowledgement sent to:
YES, I want to become a member of the Mobile Bar Foundation -
__ Life member ($5000, can be paid in up to 5 annual installments
__ Sustaining Member ($100 or more annually)
__ Regular Member ($50 - $99 annually)
__ Member of MBA practicing 5 years or less ($25 - $99)
__ I would like more information on including the Foundation in my estate planning
I donate my gift of: $__________
Check: __________ (Please make checks payable to the Mobile Bar Foundation)
*Credit Card: Visa/Mastercard# __________________________________________________________________
Signature: _________________________________________________ Exp: ______________________________
Mail to: Mobile Bar Foundation, P.O. Drawer 2005, Mobile, AL 36652
* All credit card transactions will incur a $2.00 processing fee.
MOBILE BAR ASSOCIATION
Upcoming Continuing Legal Education Opportunities
Federal Law Practice
Friday, March 15, 2019
1:00 – 4:30 PM | 3.0 hours of CLE available credits
The Admiral Hotel
251 Government Street | Mobile, Alabama 36602
If you park in the hotel garage, we will be able to comp your parking.
Mobile Bar Workman’s Comp Section
Lunch and Learn
Monday, March 18, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM | 1.0 CLE available credits
The Athelstan Club
170 St. Francis Street | Mobile, AL 36602
Thursday - February 7
Executive Committee Meeting
The Athelstan Club
Friday - February 15
MBA Bulletin Articles Due
Thursday - February 28
Grievance Committee Meeting
The Athelstan Club
Thursday - March 28
Federal Courthouse and Battle House Hotel
NO MEMBERSHIP MEETING