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Celebrating September Birthdays! 🥳
Happy Birthday Wendy! Hope you have a great birthday week 🥳
Congratulations to Mark Cowell on being accepted into the L.L.M Graduate program at the University of Alabama. We hope you had a wonderful first day of school. 🐘❤️🤍
WMW was honored to help sponsor the return of this great opportunity!
Boys and girls in grades five through 12 are invited to attend the 11th annual Marcus Campbell Future Star Basketball Camp. The two-day camp, which is free, begins today at Sumter Central High School…
Happy Belated Birthday Susan! Glad we got to celebrate today 😄
Happy Birthday Stephanie and Mark!🥳
Happy Birthday Jamie Kidd Frawley 🥳
Special belated birthday post to Marshall 🥳🎂
🎉🎉Happy Birthday Fred Clements🎉🎉
A very special Happy Birthday to Craig Dillard 🥳🎉🎁
Webb McNeill Walker PC has moved and is now located in Downtown Montgomery. Our new address is One Commerce Street, Suite 700, Montgomery Alabama 36104.
Had so much fun celebrating Randy McNeill's Birthday! 🥳🎂🎈
Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a Happy New Year! May 2022 be an extraordinary one!
Happy Birthday to Kelley Garrett! 🥳🎁🎈
Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a wonderful Holiday Season.
Over the weekend, Associate Josh Willis participated in running the St. Jude 10K in Memphis, Tennessee. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital provides medical care to children with cancer without charging their families. Most amazingly, St. Jude has been able to raise the overall survival rate of childhood cancer from 20% when they opened in 1962 to over 80% today. We are incredibly honored to be able to support such a great organization.
A special Happy Early Birthday to Connie Walker! 🥳🎁🎈
Ken Webb and Connie Walker had the amazing opportunity yesterday to participate in the Registration Hall Exhibit Showcase at the 93rd Annual ACCA Convention.
On June 25, 2021, Ken Webb spoke to County Officials at the Alabama Local Government Training Institute Seminar in Prattville, AL at the Marriott Capitol Hill. A primary focus of his speech was the Roles and Responsibilities of the Chair of the County Commission in Managing/Preventing Lawsuits.
The Chair of the County Commission has an important role and responsibility in the prevention of lawsuits and should actively work to prevent future lawsuits against the County. Other topics discussed included discussion of common suits brought in State and Federal Courts against counties, the statutory cap on damages, individual and official capacity claims, the importance of maintaining good records, common claims arising out of jails, cyber security and the threats facing Alabama Counties. As the threat of cyber security continues to rise, it is extremely important that a County Commission or any business ensures that systems are safe and up to date.
For more information, please visit www.wmwfirm.com or call us today at (334) 262-1850.
Last month, Ken Webb presided over the CLE Alabama seminar in Orange Beach, AL, which focused on Legal Issues Facing City & County Governments. Additionally, Ken made a presentation on The Fallout from the CSX Litigation, which challenges Alabama’s underlying statutory sales and use tax scheme which provides significant revenue for state, county, and municipal governments throughout the state.
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Our attorneys help clients from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations navigate the complex legal territory involved with the treatment, training,
This , we remember the men & women who have given their lives in service to our country.
Webb McNeill Walker PC proudly announces the addition of Constance (“Connie”) Caldwell Walker to the Firm. Ms. Walker has over 30 years of experience in county government matters and litigation, including employment law in federal and state courts. Ms. Walker represents county governments in litigation and further provides legal guidance and advice regarding labor and employment law issues for Webb McNeill Walker’s clients, including investigating complaints of discrimination and harassment, developing employment policies and conducting in-house training for employers.
“Connie Walker has a stellar reputation in county government and employment law matters,” said Ken Webb, Senior Shareholder of Webb McNeill Walker. “We are very pleased to have Connie joining our team and lending her expertise to enhance our Firm’s continued service to our clients.”
“I am honored to be a part of the Firm and look forward to a long relationship with the attorneys at Webb McNeill Walker,” said Ms. Walker.
For more information on Ms. Walker or the Firm, please visit www.wmwfirm.com.
Recently, Craig Dillard spoke to County Engineers and Officials on Preparing for the Changes to 5G Infrastructure and a General Liability Update at the 2021 Association of County Engineers of Alabama (ACEA) Annual Conference in Orange Beach, AL.
A primary focus of his speech was new legislation regarding small wireless facilities, which: (1) establishes a procedure to authorize wireless providers to collocate, mount, or install small wireless facilities on existing poles, or install new poles on rights-of-way; (2) exempts small wireless facilities from certain zoning review and approval procedures; (3) establishes a permitting procedure; and (4) establishes certain rates and fees.
We are proud to support and give back to the local community through the Race Judicata benefitting the Montgomery County Bar Association, Montgomery Volunteer Lawyers Program, and the Family Sunshine Center!
Last week attorney Randy McNeill provided proactive risk management training to a county sheriff’s department on important legal and safety issues, including use of force. Providing law enforcement with continuous training is a critical part to their success and safety on the job.
Photos from Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce's post
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure…On Tuesday and Thursday, attorney Jamie Kidd Frawley provided training through Troy University Continuing Education and Outreach to supervisory employees on important legal basics, including anti-discrimination laws, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Providing your employees with up-to-date training on these topics helps foster a productive and respectful workplace and is a critical part of any organization’s risk management plan.
Attorney Randy McNeill has assisted in coaching the Jeff Davis High School Youth in Government Club since 2019. When Randy first became involved, the Youth in Government Club was brand new and he was eager to mentor and help develop the Club by providing his knowledge about court procedures, the rules of evidence, and help them to understand and see all of the grounds that can be raised. Now, this team is one of the top trial teams in the state.
Randy said “Coaching this team is one of the most satisfying things that I have done in my career. The students are exceptionally bright and dedicated, and I know that they will be a success.”
Jamie Kidd Frawley is a founding partner and shareholder of Webb McNeill Walker. Jamie is the primary contact for the Firm’s appellate practice group. She has successfully defended against petitions for writ of certiorari to the United States Supreme Court, including serving as the lead attorney of the defense group in a challenge by former members of the Birmingham Water Works Board to a statute restructuring the Board in the wake of controversy over its provision of services. She regularly represents clients on a broad range of issues before the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Alabama Supreme Court, and the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, including at oral argument.
In addition, Jamie is regularly involved in complex litigation in Federal and State court, specifically including labor and employment law issues, civil rights litigation, and issues of statutory and regulatory construction in areas such as tax policy, securities litigation, and land use. Jamie also provides training, policy review, and counsel to public and private entities seeking to practice proactive risk management.
Prior to joining the Firm, Jamie served as an assistant attorney general with the Alabama Department of Public Health, where she gained valuable experience with administrative processes.
For more information on Jamie Frawley and Webb McNeill Walker PC, visit www.wmwfirm.com.
Joshua A. Willis is an associate with Webb McNeill Walker. The majority of his practice focuses on Section 1983 civil rights litigation. Josh represents Alabama counties, sheriffs, deputies, and corrections officers in matters concerning use of force, conditions of confinement, valid basis for arrest, and other constitutional issues involving law enforcement. Josh has successfully defended Alabama sheriffs and their employees at both the federal and state level.
In addition, Josh also regularly represents the State of Alabama and county boards of equalization in tax litigation. Josh has also represented county commissions in litigation involving negligent entrustment, supervisory liability, negligent design, defamation, and premises liability.
After clerking at the Firm during his final year of law school, Josh joined the Firm as an associate in 2015. Prior to entering law school, Josh worked in Washington, D.C. for the U.S. House of Representatives, where he gained valuable experience concerning the legislative process and oversight of federal agencies.
For more information on Josh Willis and Webb McNeill Walker PC, visit www.wmwfirm.com.
Haley E. Lyckman is an associate with Webb McNeill Walker PC. The bulk of her practice involves representing Alabama counties in matters of public roadway liability, county employee liability (in cases involving motor vehicle accidents and premises liability), the creation of public roads, and the vacation of public roads. Haley assists in many automobile liability cases for the Firm, including trucking accident defense and uninsured or under-insured motorist claims. Additionally, Haley regularly assists with matters involving the Open Records Act and Preservation of Evidence.
Haley is passionate about pursing her dream in law. In addition to practicing law, Ms. Lyckman enjoys watching the Dallas Cowboys, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
For more information on Haley Lyckman and Webb McNeill Walker PC, visit www.wmwfirm.com.
Craig S. Dillard is a founding member of Webb McNeill Walker PC. Craig graduated from the University of Alabama in 1979 and obtained his law degree from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in 1984. Craig has been practicing law in Alabama for over 36 years and his practice is devoted entirely to civil litigation. The bulk of his practice involves representing Alabama counties in matters of public roadway liability, county employee liability in cases involving motor vehicle accidents, premises liability, and issues relating to competitive bid law, the creation of public roads, and the vacation of public roads. Craig also handles many automobile liability cases for the Firm, including trucking accident defense and uninsured or under-insured motorist claims. Craig has also defended non-governmental roadway contractors in defective design, construction and maintenance claims, and has provided general insurance defense for a variety of clients.
In addition to his courtroom duties, Craig is a sought-after speaker for a number of state associations, including Auburn University for the Alabama Local Government Training Institute, the Association of County Engineers, the Alabama Road Supervisors Association, and the University of Alabama School of Law Continuing Legal Education Programs.
For more information on Craig Dillard and Webb McNeill Walker PC, visit www.wmwfirm.com.
J. Mark Cowell joined the Firm in 2019 an associate practicing primarily in the area of civil defense litigation and tax litigation. Mark obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, cm laude, from Auburn University and obtained his degree of Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University. While at Cumberland, Mark held various leadership roles including serving as an Associate Justice of the Henry Upson Sims Moot Court Board and as a Member of the National Moot Court Team.
Mark regularly represents clients in both State and Federal Court. He is admitted to practice in Alabama State Courts as well as the U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Alabama. Mark is also admitted to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.
For more information on Mark Cowell and Webb McNeill Walker PC, visit www.wmwfirm.com.
Fred L. Clements, Jr. joined the Firm in 2008 as an associate attorney. Today, Fred serves as of counsel specializing in civil litigation. Fred was ten years into a career in information technology, where he worked as a programmer, database administrator and data warehouse developer, when he decided to pursue a law degree to further his career options. While doing so, he discovered an interest in litigation that led him to make a permanent change in his career path. Fred has a broad civil defense practice with a focus on governmental regulation and litigation, law enforcement, and appeals. He appears regularly in federal court working on § 1983 cases involving First, Fourth, and Fourteenth Amendments. He also handles litigation involving land use, signage, and access to public records.
For more information on Fred Clements and Webb McNeill Walker PC, visit www.wmwfirm.com.
J. Randall McNeill is a founding partner and shareholder of Webb McNeill Walker. He is the Firm’s primary contact for law-enforcement related constitutional cases. He also is the Firm’s primary trial litigator and maintains an active securities litigation practice.
He joined Webb & Eley in 2011 after working with the Alabama Securities Commission (ASC). He began his legal career in 1986 working as a law clerk for Judge H. Randall Thomas and managed the civil docket, reviewed motions, and decided on the merits to recommend to the Judge.
In 1987, he became an Assistant Attorney General in the Criminal Trials Division and Appeals Division, Alabama Attorney General’s Office. Here he prosecuted jury and non-jury cases throughout Alabama. He authored briefs and presented oral arguments in state and federal appellate courts.
In 1993, Mr. McNeill acquired the position of Deputy District Attorney, Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office. In this position he prosecuted and directed investigations of ethics cases and white-collar cases. Also, he prosecuted capital murder cases and Class A felonies from issuance of the warrant to trial. He was first chair trial counsel who trained and supervised junior counsel and interviewed attorney applicants.
In 1998, he was promoted to Chief Deputy District Attorney. In this capacity he supervised the legal staff and coordinated and presented cases to the Grand Jury. He directed all special investigations and prosecution. He specialized in the prosecution of child abuse cases and was a liaison to child abuse prevention boards. He prosecuted capital murder cases.
In the fall of 2000, he assumed the position of the Deputy Attorney General for the Alabama Securities Commission (ASC). In this position he advised, investigated, and prosecuted illegal and fraudulent actions surrounding the sales of securities throughout the State of Alabama and in United States District Courts as a Special Assistant United States Attorney. In October 2005, Mr. McNeill was promoted to Deputy Director of the Alabama Securities Commission. In this position, Mr. McNeill maintained his role as Chief Prosecutor for the Commission, but he had also assumed administrative duties, to include appearing before the court to update the body of litigation.
Randy has taught numerous classes to prosecutors and members of the bar on trial advocacy skills. He was a faculty member at the NITA program of prosecution of securities cases. He has been on numerous panels to discuss securities litigation issues with NASAA, SEC, and the Department of Justice. Mr. McNeill appeared on ABC Primetime that covered the successful prosecution of a major securities fraud case. While employed in the District Attorney’s Office, Mr. McNeill taught numerous classes to the Montgomery Police Department and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office on Fourth and Fifth Amendment issues. While at Webb & Eley, Randy has continued teaching and presenting to Alabama Sheriffs, Judges, jailors, and municipalities.
Randy is an active member of the First United Methodist Church of Montgomery, Capital City Kiwanis Club, and the St. Andrew’s Society of Montgomery. He volunteers at Jefferson Davis High School and teaches the school’s mock trial team and helps coordinate the funding of the school’s pre-law club.
For more information on Randy McNeill and Webb McNeill Walker PC, visit www.wmwfirm.com.
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