Methvin Terrell is proud to announce that founding shareholder, Bob Methvin, Jr. will become President elect of the Alabama State Bar in July 2019. He will then become the Alabama State Bar President in June 2020.
Methvin, Terrell, Yancey, Stephens & Miller, P.C. was recognized as a "Tier 1 Law Firm" in the 2019 editon of U.S. News - Best Lawyers for its Commerical Litigation expertise.
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James M. “Jimbo” Terrell, a shareholder of Methvin Terrell, was elected by his peers in the Tenth Judicial Circuit to serve on the Alabama State Bar’s Board of Bar Commissioners. Jimbo was elected to a three-year term,… read more
A large number of life insurance policyholders are being told they must pay increased premiums or they will lose their policy. Some policyholders who bought their policy decades ago are facing unexpected premium increases of 100 percent… read more
British Airways frequent flyers who paid fuel charges on rewards flights have won class certification in a New York federal court case over allegations they were swindled with overpriced and illegitimate “fuel surcharges.”
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The Alabama State Bar recently announced the selection of attorney and past president of the Alabama State Bar Phillip McCallum as its new executive director. McCallum will replace longtime Executive Director Keith Norman upon his retirement … read more
Often called “fuel surcharges” or “fuel recovery fees,” these add-on fees which many companies charge on top of their initial service price may be considered deceptive and misleading in violation of state consum… read more
McCallum, Methvin & Terrell is pleased to announce that the firm has been honored by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers in its 2017 edition of "Best Law Firms" as a Metropolitan Tier 1 Law Firm in the area of Commercial Litigat… read more
An Illinois Circuit Court recently Denied Heritage-Crystal Clean's Motion to Dismiss Plaintiffs' fuel surcharge class action on behalf of Heritage-Crystal Clean customers in Oklahoma, West Virginia, and Alabama who were improperly charged … read more