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Hall Booth Smith, P.C. congratulates Associates Elizabeth F. Fulton and Jacob Raehn on their elections to the South Carolina Bar’s House of Delegates for the 2018-2020 term. Fulton was elected to serve as the Ninth Circuit Delegate starting on July 1. Raehn, who is based in HBS’s Atlanta headquarters office and is originally from Hilton Head, South Carolina, was elected as an Out of State...

Twenty lawyers from Hall Booth Smith, P.C. (HBS) have been honored in the inaugural edition of the Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch. This recognition is given to attorneys, in a variety of practice groups, who are earlier in their careers for outstanding professional excellence in private practice in the United States. This honor is based on Best Lawyers’®  highly selective peer review process that has...

ATLANTA – June 22, 2020 – Hall Booth Smith, P.C. is happy to welcome Associates Leanne Livingston and Caitlin Correa to its Atlanta headquarters office as the firm expands to serve the needs of clients. Livingston concentrates her practice on a wide range of health care services, ranging from litigation and transactional work to regulatory and compliance matters. Before joining HBS, she worked on the...

Written by: Elizabeth Fulton Morrison, Esq. On October 15, 2015, a truck driver crossed the center line and collided with two different vehicles, one after the other. The facts established that the truck driver truck did not correct the truck’s path before striking the second vehicle. Grange Insurance, who insured the truck, sought injunctive relief in the Northern District of Georgia for purposes of determining...

Written by: Jennifer Dorminey Herzog, Esq. Because of policies of mass incarceration over the past four decades, the United States has incarcerated more people than any other country on Earth.[1]  Highly transmissible novel respiratory pathogens pose a challenge for incarcerated populations because of the ease with which they spread in congregate settings.[2]  The stage is set.  Enter COVID-19. I. COVID-19 “Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is...

Written by: Jennifer Dorminey Herzog, Esq. Because of policies of mass incarceration over the past four decades, the United States has incarcerated more people than any other country on Earth.[1]  Highly transmissible novel respiratory pathogens pose a challenge for incarcerated populations because of the ease with which they spread in congregate settings.[2]  The stage is set.  Enter COVID-19. I. COVID-19 “Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is...

ATLANTA – March 17, 2020 – Hall Booth Smith, P.C. is pleased to welcome five new attorneys to the firm’s Atlanta headquarters office as it adds new talent to meet growing client needs. Partner Meg Hatfield Yanacek defends acute care, skilled nursing, assisted living facilities, pharmacies and health care providers at trial and appeal. She has handled numerous high-risk lawsuits alleging catastrophic injury, wrongful death...