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Fleming Speaks at Medical Roundtable

On May 12, 2022, NWKT partner Bains Fleming presented at the International Association of Defense Counsel’s 2022 Professional Liability Roundtable as a part of the Medical Liability track.  The panel included attorneys and jury consultants.  The panel discussed the Defense…

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Christopher Weaver Joins NWKT as Associate

Norman, Wood, Kendrick, and Turner is proud to announce the addition of Christopher Weaver to our firm as an Associate.  Chris is bringing with him a level of courtroom experience that makes him a perfect fit for NWKT and our…

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NWKT Lawyers Named 2021 Super Lawyers

NWKT would like to congratulate its Partners that were named 2021 Mid-South Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters!  Mid-South Super Lawyers included Thomas Kendrick in Personal Injury – Medical Malpractice: Defense; Kile Turner in Civil Litigation: Defense; Mark P. Williams in Bankruptcy: Business; and William…

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NWKT Partner Kile Turner 2021 FDCC Awardee

FDCC Defense Counsel Members Kile Turner of the Norman, Wood, Kendrick & Turner law firm in Birmingham, AL and Lee Hall, of the Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC law firm in Huntington, WV were honored with the annual FDCC Awardees recognition. The…

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Fleming Begins Mediation Practice

It is with great excitement that NWKT announces that partner, Bains Fleming, has begun a mediation practice! For the last 14 years, Bains has litigated and tried almost every type of case throughout State and Federal courts in Alabama.  He…

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NWKT Lawyers Named 2020 Super Lawyers

NWKT would like to congratulate its Partners that were named 2020 Mid-South Super Lawyers and Rising Stars by Thomson Reuters!  Mid-South Super Lawyers included Thomas Kendrick in Personal Injury – Medical Malpractice: Defense; Kile Turner in Civil Litigation: Defense; and Mark P. Williams in Bankruptcy: Business. …

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NWKT Partner Kile Turner Wins 11th Circuit Appeal!

NWKT proud to announce that Partner Kile Turner has recently won an appeal in the Eleventh Circuit!  The Eleventh Circuit held that an Alabama district court wrongly applied federal rather than Alabama state laws when determining privity in a suit…

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