Carlock, Copeland & Stair, LLP
A Partnership including Professional Corporations
Size of Organization: 92
Year Established: 1970Web Site: http://www.carlockcopeland.com
Fax: 404-523-2345; 404-222-9482
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For more than 35 years, the attorneys of Carlock, Copeland & Stair, LLP have excelled in the defense of civil litigation matters involving tort and commercial claims for our clients. Our attorneys are skilled in advocating the rights of our clients and advising them on litigated and non-litigated matters. With offices in Atlanta, Georgia and Charleston, South Carolina, we regularly practice in all state courts and federal courts, state administrative agencies, and federal administrative agencies in Georgia, South Carolina and other states. Our clients included insured individuals, businesses of all sizes, primary insurers, excess insurers and third-party administrators. Please visit our website at www.carlockcopeland.com for complete firm information.
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Legal and Accounting Trusts and Estates Engagements: There Be Dragons
Johannes S. Kingma, October 14, 2015
Trusts and estates engagements typically involve complexity, conflicts, and lots of cash. Both lawyers and accountants have seen a ground swell of malpractice litigation arising from these engagements, and both the professionals and their insurers should be wise to the risks these engagements...
Conscientious Tenants Aren’t “Real Estate Managers” Under Homeowner’s Policy
Melissa L. Bailey, March 10, 2015
The Eleventh Circuit recently upheld a district court’s grant of summary judgment to an insurer in a coverage dispute regarding the death of a two year old child. In Moon v. Cincinnati Ins. Co., the homeowner’s policyholder leased the insured home to his son and daughter-in-law. Moon,...