Publications

Lawrence King has spoken at a number of legal seminars and presentations to lawyers, manufacturers’ representatives, and other professionals, on topics ranging from insurance bad faith to subrogation to workers’ compensation. He has also published scholarly articles extensively, in legal treatises and periodicals.

  • Preventing Brushfires: Avoiding Procedural Traps in the Course of Litigation, 11 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 203 (1987) (with Alabama Supreme Court Justice Richard L. “Red” Jones)
  • On Civil Punishment and Tort Reform in Alabama, 20 Cumberland Law Review 47 (1989)
  • Testing the Exclusivity Provision of the Alabama Workmen’s Compensation Act, 11 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 121 (1989)
  • Re-Testing the Exclusivity Provision of the Alabama Workers’ Compensation Act: Where We Are Now, 18 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 295 (1994)
  • Products Liability in Florida, “Practice and Procedure” (with Ronald M. Owen, Esquire) (3d ed. 1995)
  • Fired in Retaliation for Claiming Workers’ Compensation Benefits in Alabama, 24 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 539 (2001)
  • Hardly a Landmark Case for Employers: Alabama Power Co. v. Aldridge Provides No License to Fire Injured Workers, 26 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 563 (2003) (with Stevan K. Goozée)
  • “I Feel Your Pain:” Visible Evidence of Invisible Phenomena and Other Tales of Round Pegs and Square Holes, 32 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 235 (2009) (lead article; with Traci Reid)
  • What Triggers the Application of Alabama Code §25-5-11.1?, 33 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 1 379 (2010) (with Christina Van Der Hulst)