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Insurance Law From A to Z Series – Vicarious Liability

It’s time for the next installment of Holcomb Dunbar law series “Insurance Law from A to Z.”  This was put together by our litigation group  who practice in the insurance law arena.  Of course, if you have questions about these or any other topics please do not hesitate to contact us.

Grandparent Visitation

Grandparent Visitation By:  Stacey Golmon A common misconception in family law concerns the rights of grandparents to see their grandchildren. In most cases, parents are exceedingly pleased to have the physical, emotional and financial help of grandparents with their children. However

Insurance Law From A to Z Series – Reasonable Expectation Doctrine

It’s time for the next installment of Holcomb Dunbar law series “Insurance Law from A to Z.”  This was put together by our litigation group  who practice in the insurance law arena.  Of course, if you have questions about these or any other topics please do not hesitate to contact us.

Mississippi Creates Mini-MDLs (Really, MCLs)

Mississippi created mini-MDLs or more appropriately, mini-MCLs.  The Mississippi Supreme Court amended Rule 42 of the Rules of Civil Procedure on September 25, 2014. The Court added a new section designed to permit the consolidation of similar cases with similar facts that are pending

Child Support and Childcare Expenses

By Stacey Golmon What if childcare expenses for my minor children eat up most, if not the entire amount of my child support payments from my ex-spouse? Do the statutory child support guidelines factor in paying for the daycare expenses of the minor children? As a family lawyer, I am o

Insurance Law From A to Z Series – Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists

It’s time for the next installment of Holcomb Dunbar law series “Insurance Law from A to Z.”  This was put together by our litigation group  who practice in the insurance law arena.  Of course, if you have questions about these or any other topics please do not hesitate to contact us.

Indictment Must be Specific

Indictment Must be Specific Says the Mississippi Supreme Court in a recent Opinion. By: Doug Hollowell Dexter Fulton was indicted and convicted under section 97-17-70 which prohibits a person from intentionally receiving stolen property. In his original indictment, the stolen property

Dunbar Named to The Best Lawyers in America®

Holcomb Dunbar attorney Jack Dunbar recently selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America®. This marks the 32nd year of Mr. Dunbar’s selection. Selection for Best Lawyers is based on an exhaustive peer-review survey of over 4 million confidential evaluations by the top attorn

Insurance Law From A to Z Series – Subrogation

It’s time for the next installment of Holcomb Dunbar law series “Insurance Law from A to Z.”  This was put together by our litigation group  who practice in the insurance law arena.  Of course, if you have questions about these or any other topics please do not hesitate to contact us.

Mississippi New DUI Law

Mississippi New DUI Law: Nonadjudication, Expunction, and the Ignition-Interlock By: Doug Hollowell As school and football season begin in Oxford, residents, students, and visitors alike should inform themselves on Mississippi’s New DUI laws. Pursuant to House Bill 412, these changes
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