Attorneys2018-08-28T21:59:27+00:00

Jamie Carroll

jcarroll@carrollweiss.com

  • A.B., Princeton University
  • J.D., University of Pennsylvania
  • Captain, U.S. Army, Airborne
  • 20 years at King & Spalding

Mike Weiss

mweiss@carrollweiss.com

  • B.A, Syracuse University
  • J.D., Emory University, Woodruff Fellow
  • Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer
  • 8 years at King & Spalding

Russ Wofford

rwofford@carrollweiss.com

  • A.B., Princeton University
  • J.D., University of Chicago
  • U.S Army, Infantry officer and Ranger
  • 17 years at King & Spalding and Alston & Bird

Scott Cole

scole@carrollweiss.com

  • B.A., Auburn University
  • J.D., Georgia State University
  • 5 years at Carroll & Weiss

Client Results

Won a two week-long jury trial in federal court for a Fortune 25 company; plaintiff alleged the company’s products caused cancer.

National trial counsel for a large U.S. manufacturer of household fixtures; have represented the company in numerous wrongful death and brain injury suits.

Represented a manufacturer in proceedings before the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA); after eight months of submissions, NHTSA determined there was no evidence of defect and denied a recall petition.

Won an appeal, before a state supreme court, of a jury verdict of 130 million dollars.

Represented a pharmaceutical manufacturer in two birth defect cases in Philadelphia: in one, the court directed a verdict for our client; in the other, the jury’s verdict was less than the plaintiff’s actual medical costs.

Overturned on appeal, before a state supreme court, a jury verdict of $150,000,000.

Tried a multi-week wrongful death case and received from plaintiffs’ counsel — the day before closings were to begin — a stipulation of dismissal.

Regulatory counsel for clients involved in proceedings before the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) concerning safety standards, ongoing and completed recalls, and accident investigations.

Represented a pharmaceutical client in a suit brought by the state of Alabama, alleging fraud in Medicaid-related drug prices. The Supreme Court of Alabama found for the manufacturer on all counts.

Obtained a directed verdict during trial from a federal district court on a Daubert motion; appellants dismissed their case after oral argument in the Eleventh Circuit.