Maron Marvel Bradley Anderson & Tardy LLC Establishes UM Scholarship in Honor of Renowned Lawyer, Thomas Tardy III

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi School of Law has received a generous $100,000 gift to establish a scholarship for military service members. The Maron Marvel Bradley Anderson & Tardy LLC firm donated the funds in honor of the late attorney, Thomas W. Tardy III. The endowed scholarship will be awarded to rising third-year law students with a military service background who show a strong interest in litigation. Tardy, an alumnus of Ole Miss Law School and a former U.S. Army instructor, passed away in March 2022. He was known for his dedication to … Read more

Legendary Charleston Lawyer Gedney Howe III: A Master of Storytelling and Courtroom Triumphs

Charleston, South Carolina – Gedney Howe III, a seasoned lawyer with over 50 years of experience, has earned a reputation as one of the most formidable storytellers in the legal profession. With a career that boasts an impressive portfolio of landmark cases such as Lost Trust, Operation Jackpot, and Morning Dew, it’s no wonder that his friends affectionately refer to him as the “rainmaker,” the highest honor bestowed upon an attorney. Recently, as Howe began his second half-century in the legal field, I had the opportunity to join him and his colleagues for lunch. The … Read more

Judge Alex McVeagh Qualifies for Republican Primary in Race for Division III Circuit Court in Hamilton County

Chattanooga, Tennessee – Hamilton County General Sessions Court Judge Alex McVeagh has officially qualified to run in the Republican primary election for the Division III Circuit Court race in Hamilton County. Accompanied by former District 29 State Rep. Joan Carter, as well as fellow judges Gary Starnes and Lila Statom, Judge McVeagh filed his nominating petition at the Hamilton County Election Commission. Expressing gratitude for the support he has received so far, Judge McVeagh said, “Today marks the next step in our race to be Hamilton County’s next Circuit Court Judge. I am humbled by … Read more