Wise Carter is pleased to announce Ashley Gunn, in our Gulfport office, has been elected Director at Large for the Young Lawyers Division of The Mississippi Bar. Her two-year term will begin in August 2019. Congratulations, Ashley!
Congratulations to James Robertson on the completion of his book, "Heroes, Rascals, and the Law: Constitutional Encounters in Mississippi History." Click here for more details from a recent story in The Clarion Ledger. http://jacksonclarion.ms.newsmemory.com/publink.php?shareid=0502b6d26 .. Read More
Congratulations to attorney Ashley W. Gunn in the firm’s Gulfport office. She has been elected as the 2019 President of the Harrison County, MS Bar Association. Ashley previously served as the Secretary/Treasurer and Vice-President of the Association. Ashley says, “It is an honor to be elected by my colleagues to lead our Association. We look forward to another great year of .. Read More
Wilkinson County will soon have a bridge reopening that has been closed for over a year. Rep. Angela Cockerham worked with the Wilkinson County Board of Supervisors and County Administrator, Bruce Lewis, to secure .7 million dollars to be utilized for emergency bridge and road repairs in the county. Wilkinson County was awarded .7 million dollars during the 2018 First Extraordinary Session in .. Read More
We congratulate the following Wise Carter attorneys recently recognized in The Best Lawyers In America (2019 Edition). Click here for the complete list: 2019 Best Lawyers
Elizabeth Hooper, Shareholder, is a graduate of the 2018 Leadership Rankin class . Her team raised money through a chicken tender fundraiser to purchase an AED for the athletic department at McLaurin High School in Rankin County. Congratulations, Elizabeth!
The first Louis "Buddy" Watson Memorial Recital will be Sunday, May 6 at 3:00 pm at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Jackson. Soprano soloist, Maddi Jolley, will present a beautiful recital of lyric vocal literature with pianist, Megan Rowan. Buddy Watson was a champion of talented young musicians, and he is honored by continuing his legacy of assisting youthful artists.
On Thursday, April 12, 2018 the Mississippi Supreme Court ruled to reverse the Division of Medicaid's decision to use the Medicare blended rates in and to not exclude radiology and lab charges from the cost to charge ratio for OP services. The Court remanded the case and “order[ed] the Executive Director to recalculate the Hospitals’ cost-to-charge ratio using the Hospital’s .. Read More
Mark Caraway and Kimberly Howland obtained a defense verdict in a five day jury trial for a client accused of chiropractic negligence which was claimed to have caused permanent spinal cord injury.
Governor Phil Bryant announced on Monday, December 4, 2017, he has appointed S. Trent Favre Hancock County Court judge. Trent has worked in the Gulfport office of Wise Carter Child & Caraway since 2016. He graduated cum laude from Millsaps College and received his juris doctorate from The University of Mississippi School of Law. For more information, please click here. .. Read More
Barbara Childs Wallace testifies in a hearing in Washington on sexual harassement training for House employees.
Barbara Childs Wallace, Of Counsel with Wise Carter Child & Caraway, also serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Office of Compliance, an independent agency of the U.S. Congress that regulates and adjudicates employment matters raised by the more than 30,000 employees of the legislative branch. Ms. Wallace was appointed to this Board beginning in 1999 by the leadership of both .. Read More
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