D&G Law

Attorneys

David Guin
Named by Birmingham Magazine as one of Birmingham’s top business litigators, David Guin’s law practice emphasizes complex financial litigation on a national scale, often including securities and antitrust class actions. Although most securities class actions involve straightforward allegations of fraud in the wake of a sudden stock drop, Guin’s securities cases more often address particularly unique situations that require creative litigation approaches. [more…]

Tammy McClendon Stokes Since joining the firm in 1998, Tammy Stokes has exercised lead roles in many of the firm’s highest profile cases, including the HealthSouth Bondholder Litigation, the Culpepper mortgage litigation under RESPA, our OSB (Oriented Strand Board) price-fixing litigation, and Kentucky Dept. of Revenue v. Davis, which she took all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Ms. Stokes’ …. [more…]

Dawn Stith Evans
Ms. Evans’ experience litigating securities cases in FINRA/NASD arbitrations and trying business cases to verdict in court has earned her an “AV” peer-review rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating given by attorneys to their peers, as well as a spot on Birmingham Magazine’s list of the “Rising Stars” among Birmingham attorneys. [more…]

David Donaldson
David Donaldson’s 30 years experience trying all types of business, financial and other cases to verdict has earned him an “AV” rating from Martindale-Hubbell.  Mr. Donaldson is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers and he was selected for inclusion on the 2010 and 2011 “Super Lawyers” list.  Donaldson has been counsel of record in more than thirty reported federal and state appellate decisions. He frequently lectures on topics related to business litigation, the prosecution and defense of class actions, and other complex litigation topics. [more…]

Charles Watkins
Mr. Watkins entered private practice in 1980 following a clerkship in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. He has represented plaintiffs (and defendants) in complex and class action lawsuits throughout the United States continuously since then. He is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court, six United States Courts of Appeals and many District Courts, and is a member of the trial Bar of the Northern District of Illinois.   [more…]

Rex Slate Rex graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1996. While in school, Rex was elected Student Bar Association President, joined the law school’s national trial advocacy competition team, received the George Peach Taylor award in trial advocacy, received the Stancil R. Starnes scholarship for trial advocacy, and served as Dean Charles Gamble’s research assistant and project manager. [more…]