Mississippi Litigation Review & Commentary

Mississippi Litigation Review & Commentary

Comments on the Latest Developments in Mississippi Civil Litigation

Philip is a trial attorney based in Jackson, Mississippi with a diverse civil litigation practice.

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$1.8 Million Award in Mississippi FINRA Arbitration

Posted in Verdicts in Mississippi
The Investment News reports retirement investors won a $1.8 million FINRA arbitration award in Jackson against Raymond James for putting investors into penny stocks. It reports: A three-person, all-public Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Inc. arbitration panel found in favor of 20 claimants who alleged they had been hoodwinked by a broker in the then-Morgan Keegan… Continue Reading

Defense Verdict in Jackson Federal Court Racial Discrimination Trial

Posted in U.S. District Courts in Mississippi, Verdicts in Mississippi
On Tuesday a Jackson federal court jury rendered a defense verdict in Zhan v. UMMC. Here is the jury’s Verdict Form. The jury found that race was not a motivating factor in the plaintiff’s termination. Here is the plaintiff’s Complaint. District Judge Carlton Reeves presided over the six day trial. The plaintiff was pro se,… Continue Reading

Hinds County Jury Renders $1.02 Million Verdict for Miss-filled Prescription Injury

Posted in Hinds County Circuit Court, Verdicts in Mississippi
A Hinds County jury awarded $1.02 million last week to the victim of a miss-filled Coumadin prescription. Coumadin (Warfarin) is a blood thinner prescribed to prevent blood clots that can lead to injuries such as strokes. Here is a copy of the Complaint. Margie Kemp was the plaintiff. Kemp alleged that Mississippi Discount of Drugs… Continue Reading