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Best Lawyers recognizes fifteen Capell & Howard lawyers

Best Lawyers, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession has once again included fifteen lawyers at Capell & Howard, P.C. These attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America. The following attorneys were named: William D. Coleman, Frank H. McFadden, William K. Martin, Bruce J. […]

Sheehan and Cunningham elected as officers of MCBA Young Lawyers

Allen Sheehan and Will Cunningham were recently elected to the positions of President and Secretary/Treasurer, respectively, of the Young Lawyers Section of the Montgomery County Bar Association. Both Sheehan and Cunningham have held positions as officers of the Section since 2010. The Section represents the interests of young lawyers practicing in Montgomery County, fosters social […]

Capell & Howard partners with Bear Exploration Center

Again this year, the firm has become one of Bear Exploration Center’s Partners-In-Education.  Bear is a magnet school within the Montgomery Public School System that focuses on child-centered, collaborative learning, using creative and innovative teaching methods, and interactive technology.  Capell & Howard’s partnership will help the school fund teacher grants for special instructional materials and […]

Hank Hutchinson honored for service to legal community

Hank Hutchinson was recognized for his service to the legal community by the Alabama State Bar at its annual meeting on July 10. Hank was one of 12 Alabama attorneys to receive the 2012 President’s Award for Exemplary Service to the Profession. The President of the State Bar, James R. Pratt III, remarked that he […]

Capell & Howard wins summary judgment in United States District Court

 The Middle District of Alabama recently granted summary judgment in favor of Capell & Howard’s client in a Title VII race discrimination and retaliation case. The plaintiff sought compensatory, emotional and punitive damages for claims of discriminatory pay, discriminatory discharge, and retaliation. Henry Barnett, Barbara Wells, and Patricia Osuch served as counsel to the client.

Capell & Howard takes first place in Montgomery Corporate Challenge

  The City of Montgomery recently initiated the first annual Montgomery Corporate Challenge to promote fitness, fun and fellowship by providing participants various athletic events in which to compete in a spirit of good natured corporate competition. Profits from the event were designated to local non-profit organizations. As part of its continuing support of the […]

Capell & Howard attorneys named in Alabama Super Lawyers

Nine of Capell & Howard’s attorneys were recently selected for inclusion in the annual publication Alabama Super Lawyers. Candidates are evaluated on twelve indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement and no more than 5% of all attorneys in the state are selected. They are: William D. Coleman (Alternative Dispute Resolution); Richard H. Allen and […]

Capell & Howard wins appeal in Eleventh Circuit

The United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed judgment in Consult America, Inc. et al. v. Rankin et al. in favor of Capell & Howard’s client in a civil litigation case based on the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (“RICO”). The plaintiffs claimed over 200 acts of mail and wire fraud, money […]

Capell & Howard hosts Employment and Labor Law Seminar

On January 5, 2012, Capell & Howard and the Montgomery Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management sponsored a full-day Labor & Employment Law Seminar in Montgomery, Alabama. Constance S. Barker, a Commissioner of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and former shareholder of the firm, was our special guest speaker. Attendees had a […]