Hare Wynn Attorneys Ashley Peinhardt and Tempe Smith Named B-Metro Magazine Top Women Lawyers of 2016
$310-Millon Settlement Awarded In Fraud Class Action Against Caremark And AIG
Mike Ermert Elected to Alabama State Bar Board of Bar Commissioners.
Eleven Hare Wynn Attorneys Named as The Best Lawyers in America for 2016
Hare Wynn ranked in US News and World Report as 2016 Best Law Firm in ten practice areas
Hare Wynn Attorney Ashley Peinhardt Selected for 2016 Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum
More than $20 million paid to clients in metal-on-metal settlements
Hare Wynn Attorney Ralph Cook Elected Magic City Bar Association President
Alabama Supreme Court Affirms $15 Million Dram Shop Verdict
Hare Wynn Recovers $995,000 for Small Business Client
Fourteen Hare Wynn Lawyers Honored in the 2015 list of Super Lawyers
$4 Million Jury Verdict in Alabama Medical Malpractice Case
$500,000 Settlement in West Virginia Wrongful Death Case
$1.2 Million Settlement in Alabama Whistleblower Case
$7.5 Million Jury Verdict in Alabama Medical Malpractice Case
Hare Wynn attorney Mike Ermert selected as President of Alabama Association for Justice
$25 Million Settlement in Kentucky Vioxx Case
Hare Wynn and Two Other Firms File Class Action Lawsuits in Syngenta Case
Hare Wynn Selected to National Law Journal’s Elite Trial Lawyers List
Hughston Nichols Selected for Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum
Hare Wynn selected “Best Law Firm in America” by U. S. News and World Report.
Hare Wynn makes National Law Journal Top Verdict in America list.
Hare Wynn obtains a $40.25 million jury verdict in a wrongful death case in Jefferson County, Alabama.
Jim Pratt receives the Award of Merit from the Alabama State Bar in recognition of outstanding service to the legal profession.
Hare Wynn Selected for National Law Journal’s Plaintiffs Hot List Hall of Fame
Hare Wynn represents more than 2,500 rice farmers in a historic $750 million settlement against Bayer Cropscience.
Hare Wynn obtains a $2.86 billion judgment in compensatory damages against Richard M. Scrushy, the largest judgment against an individual in history in any American jurisdiction.
Hare Wynn serves as co-lead in the largest False Claims Act case ever filed – U.S. ex rel. Johnson v. Shell, resulting in the company’s agreement to pay $110 million to resolve claims that it underpaid royalties due for oil produced on federal leases.
For the second consecutive year, a Hare Wynn jury verdict is recognized as one the Top 100 Verdicts in America in 2011 by Verdict Search and as listed in The National Law Journal.
Hare Wynn’s James R. Pratt, III, is elected to serve as President of the Alabama State Bar, the third firm partner to serve in that capacity.
Hare Wynn selected to The National Law Journal’s Plaintiffs’ Hot List, an award presented to only 20 firms in the entire country for exceptional work.
Hare Wynn’s $47,975,000 jury verdict in the Schafer v. Bayer CropScience case is recognized as one the Top 100 Verdicts in America in 2010 by Verdict Search.
Francis H. Hare, Sr.,is inducted into the Alabama Lawyers’ Hall of Fame.
Scott Powell and Don McKenna named as 2009 False Claims Act Lawyers of the Year by Taxpayer’s Against Fraud Education Fund.
Hare Wynn’s John Haley settles for $133 million against UBS in Tucker v. Scrushy.
Hare Wynn partner, Scott Powell, is elected President of the International Society of Barristers.
Hare Wynn’s Ralph D. Cook, becomes the eighth firm attorney to serve as President of the Alabama Association for Justice.
Hare Wynn partner, Scott A. Powell, is elected to serve as President of the Alabama Association for Justice.
In 1992, when the silicone gel breast implant cases in the federal court system were consolidated into a single multi-district proceeding, one of the firm’s members was appointed co-liaison counsel. Liaison counsel is charged with: facilitating interface between the court and the attorneys representing breast implant plaintiffs nationwide; bringing select motions to the court’s attention, and advising the public on the status of the litigation – among other responsibilities.
Hare Wynn serves as national co-lead counsel in the Amtrak “Sunset Limited” case, the deadliest train wreck in Amtrak’s history.
Firm partner, James R. Pratt, III, is elected President of the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, now known as the Alabama Association for Justice.
Hare Wynn partner, John W. Haley, becomes the fifth partner from Hare Wynn elected to serve as President of the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, now known as the Alabama Association for Justice.
Mercedes-Benz announces it will build its first automobile assembly plant in North America, in Vance, Alabama.
Last issue of the Arkansas Gazette, the “oldest newspaper west of the Mississippi.”
The firm represents family members of victims who perished in the TWA-800 crash. The resulting investigation was one of the longest in aviation history.
Hare Wynn’s Alva C. Caine, is elected to serve as President of the Alabama State Bar.
Hare Wynn partner, Alva C. Caine, is elected as President of the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, now known as the Alabama Association for Justice.
Hare Wynn is one of twelve firms representing plaintiffs in national litigation regarding complications caused by Swine Flu vaccinations.
Hare Wynn partner, Alex Newton, is elected President of the International Society of Barristers.
Lexington Center and Rupp Arena open in Kentucky.
Hank Aaron, from Mobile, Alabama, breaks Babe Ruth’s home run record.
Hare Wynn’s Francis H. Hare, Jr., begins his term as President of the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, forerunner of the Alabama Association for Justice.
The firm represents plaintiffs in the landmark Grimshaw v. Ford Motor Company case pertaining to fuel system integrity.
Hare Wynn successfully represents Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant in a libel suit against The Saturday Evening Post.
Selma to Montgomery March in Alabama.
Hare Wynn partner, Neal C. Newell, is elected President of the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association, known today as The Alabama Association for Justice.
Kentucky’s Colonel Harland Sanders sold his fried chicken business.
Harper Lee of Monroeville, Alabama, wins the Pulitzer Prize for To Kill a Mockingbird.
Jupiter rocket, built in Huntsville, Alabama, is launched as America places its first satellite in orbit around Earth.
The Little Rock school desegregation case brings international attention to the American civil rights movement.
A twelve-year-old Louisville child, then known as Cassius Clay, takes his first boxing lessons, the first step on a journey that would take him to a legendary boxing career.
Martin Luther King, Jr., is installed as minister of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama.
Hare Wynn founder, Francis H, Hare, Sr., is elected President of the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association.
Francis H. Hare, Sr., helps found the Association of Trial Lawyers of America and the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association.
Firm founder, Francis H. Hare,Sr., is elected President of the Alabama State Bar.
F. W. Woolworth constructed in Kentucky.
J. William Fulbright is elected as United States Senator from Arkansas.
Keeneland Race Course opens in Lexington, Kentucky.
Tennessee Valley Authority created to develop resources of poor Appalachian areas in Alabama and Kentucky.
Hattie Caraway, from Arkansas, becomes the first woman elected to the United States Senate.
Arkansas Supreme Court upholds women’s right to vote.
State Capitol building completed in Little Rock, Arkansas.
College of Law established at State University of Kentucky.
Diamonds discovered in Pike County, Arkansas – the first such deposit in the country.
Cornerstone laid for new state capitol in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Lexington Standard newspaper in Kentucky begins publication.
G. R. Harsh founds the forerunner of Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton