Paige J. Casey


  • Office Contact Info
  • Biography

    Paige J. Casey is an Associate in the Birmingham office of GRSM and is a member of the Employment Law practice group. She has experience handling cases involving medical malpractice, age and race discrimination, banking, FDCPA, TILA, FCRA, and tort and contractual disputes.


    • Alabama

    Community Involvement

    • Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum, Class of 2016, a program designed for nurturing and developing leadership skills and values among a select group of qualified, promising lawyers each year
    • Board member for The Dance Foundation, a nonprofit organization providing all children of the community the opportunity to learn dance, including classes offered and community outreach into the local schools, social services, and daycares
    • Former junior board member for Childcare Resources, LLC, a nonprofit organization that provides information, education and assistance to families, providers of child care and the community
    • 3rd and 4th grade Sunday School teacher with Bluff Park Community Church
    • Serve on Young Professional Women's Committee for the United Way
  • Practice Areas
  • Representative Experience
    • Obtained summary judgment for nursing home in a wrongful death action following the death of a special needs resident from complications from a boil/lesion on her groin.
    • Obtained summary judgment in a matter against a mortgage company for violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act (and numerous other state law claims) by its credit inquiries and loan application process.
    • Obtained summary judgment in favor of logistics company after a former employee brought age discrimination claims against it complaining he was terminated due to his age.
    • Obtained jury defense verdict after a week-long trial in Elmore County, Alabama, in favor of a gasoline remediation company who effectively and efficiently remediated over 11,000 gallons of gasoline that leaked from an underground storage tank.
    • Represented special servicer in negotiations related to defaulted non-recourse loan for an office building in Alabama. After discovering that the members of the LLC diverted over $500,000 in rents, we initiated a lawsuit to recover the funds, citing breach of contract, fraudulent conveyance, conspiracy, monies had and received/unjust enrichment, conversion, and intentional interference with contractual relations. Following a bench trial, the Circuit Court of Calhoun County, Alabama agreed, awarding our special servicer client more than $1.6 million in compensatory damages, prejudgment interest and punitive damages.
  • Education


    J.D., Cumberland School of Law, 2008

    • Dean’s List (all semesters)
    • Presidential Scholarship
    • Phi Kappa Phi
    • Articles Editor for the Cumberland Law Review
    • Caruther’s Fellow (writing mentor/instructor) for Cumberland’s legal research and writing program for 2007/2008 school year

    B.S., Biology/ Psychology, Birmingham-Southern College, 2004

    • Phi Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa Honors Society; Phi Eta Sigma Honors Society; Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society
    • Dean’s List all semesters; National Dean’s List
    • Presidential Scholarship for Birmingham-Southern College
    • Birmingham-Southern Women’s Soccer Team, NCAA Division I (Captain)
      • Academic All-American
      • Big South Conference Academic Award
      • Soccer scholarship
      • Big South All-Academic Team


    Best Lawyers in America® Ones to Watch distinction in Labor and Employment Law - Management (2021-2024)

    Mid-South Rising Stars 2016, 2017