Susan Cremer is attending the the annual Judicial Conference of the United States Court of Federal Claims at the National Courts Building in Washington, D.C., on November 17, 2014. The conference panels include emerging issues in Vaccine Claims and significant cases in the US Supreme Court and Federal Circuit. The keynote speaker is attorney Ken…Details
Our firm regularly represents people who have suffered a brain injuries. On November 7, 2014, Michael Neff spoke at the Brain Injury Association of California’s BIACAL Medical / Legal Conference in Sonoma. Mike was invited to speak to the group on “The Art and Science of Presenting a $35,000,000 Traumatic Brain Injury Trial,” a presentation…Details
In November 2013, our firm teamed with Deitch & Rogers to obtain a record setting $35 million verdict against Six Flags. Verdict Magazine recently profiled our fight for justice against Six Flags in “From Celebration to Coma: The Story of Gangs, Violence, and a $35 Million Verdict.” The full story can be found here.
Our firm’s record setting $35 million verdict against Six Flags was profiled in the June issue of Trial Magazine. A full story on the Six Flags case can be found here:
MLN Law Teams with Deitch Rogers – Obtains $35 Million Verdict
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Michael Neff’s article, “Understanding and Evaluating Trial Consultants” appears in the Spring 2013 edition of Verdict, the Journal of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. Mike’s experience as lead counsel in numerous trials has allowed him to understand the best practices for utilizing trial consultants. Mike’s article can be found here.
Susan Cremer was quoted in “The Problem with Reversionary Trusts” in the June issue of Trial Magazine. (http://justice.org/cps/rde/xchg/justice/hs.xsl/23466.htm). Susan is nationally recognized for her experience in litigating cases under the Federal Torts Claims Act (“FTCA”), and we are glad to have her as an important member of our team. Susan is a tireless advocate for…Details
On March 26, 2014, Michael Neff spoke to the Young Lawyers Division section about Lessons Learned from the Monitronics case. In that case, our law firm obtained a $9,000,000 verdict from a Dekalb County jury stemming from a woman being kidnapped and raped after her home security system failed to warn her about a series…Details
On March 3, 2014, in a 7-0 decision, the Georgia Supreme Court unanimously refused to hear Kroger’s appeal of a $2.79 million verdict from a Gwinnett County jury. The Supreme Court’s refusal to hear the case allows the Georgia Court of Appeals’ decision affirming the verdict to stand. According to CaseMetrix.com, the $2.79 million verdict was…Details
On Wednesday, November 20, 2013, a jury of twelve in Cobb County, Georgia rendered a $35,000,000 verdict against the amusement park, Six Flags, and four of its employees for the 2007 beating and traumatic brain injury that a customer suffered after spending the day at the park. Michael Neff, Gilbert Deitch, and Andrew Rogers were…Details
On November 4, 2013, in a 7-0 decision, the Georgia Supreme Court unanimously refused to hear Monitronics’ appeal of a $9 million verdict given by a DeKalb County, Georgia jury. The Georgia Supreme Court’s refusal to hear the case of Monitronics International, Inc. v. Veasley allows the Georgia Court of Appeals’ July 16, 2013 opinion to stand.…Details