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Five Law Firm Interviewing Tips for 3Ls (or Any Lawyer
(7 days ago) The following are the five things that I believe every law student should know before interviewing with a law firm. 1. Do Your Research. Nearly every law firm has a website or a social media page. It is crucial that you spend time learning everything you can about the firm before the interview. Review the firm’s practice groups, news and
Birmingham Offices Bradley
(2 days ago) Birmingham. Our office in Birmingham, Alabama, was established in 1870. Although we have grown into a national law firm with clients all around the globe, we have never lost sight of the core values that our founding partners insisted on: ethics, integrity, excellence in our work product, and an unwavering dedication to community service.
Tampa Offices Bradley
(7 days ago) Tampa. Bradley’s Tampa office originally opened in 1983 as Glenn Rasmussen and joined with our law firm in 2015. As our first office in Florida, the Tampa location brings the same exceptional client service and dedication to the highest ethical standards as our law firm is …
Nashville Offices Bradley
(1 days ago) Nashville. Bradley’s Nashville office was founded in 1910 as Boult Cummings Conners & Berry and merged with Bradley in 2009. We are the second largest Bradley office and the third largest law firm in Nashville. We offer a full suite of legal solutions for local, regional, and national clients, with a focus on healthcare, real estate, and
Huntsville Offices Bradley
(2 days ago) Huntsville. Bradley’s office in Huntsville, Alabama, opened in 1985 as the law firm’s first location outside our original home in Birmingham. Attorneys in the Huntsville office uphold the firm’s reputation for outstanding legal results, exceptional client service, and a commitment to the highest levels of ethics in our law practice.
Bradley Welcomes 24 New Attorneys Insights & Events
(9 days ago) He earned his J.D. (summa cum laude) from South Texas College of Law Houston, where he was the development editor for the South Texas Law Review, a member of the Student Bar Association, and an officer on the Board of Advocates. He has a B.A. in Spanish and Psychology from Southern Methodist University.
Bradley Named U.S. 'Law Firm of the Year' for …
(4 days ago) Bradley is pleased to announce that the firm has been named the nation’s “Law Firm of the Year” for Construction Law in the 2018 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms." Only one law firm is selected as the “Law Firm of …
Four Attorneys Join Bradley's Construction Practice Group
(3 days ago) She received her J.D. (cum laude) from the University of Houston Law Center and her Bachelor of Arts (summa cum laude) from the University of Houston. Attorneys in Bradley’s award-winning Construction Practice Group counsel clients on projects in the United States, Canada and Mexico, as well as more than 35 countries across Europe, Asia
Media & Entertainment Lawyers Bradley Practices
(3 days ago) Bradley’s attorneys are well-versed in all aspects of media and entertainment law, from the many complex issues facing traditional media outlets to multimedia and distribution issues. In addition to our experience in music, television, film, sports, and print media, we represent major entertainment companies and their affiliates, including
Washington, D.C. Offices Bradley
(5 days ago) Washington, D.C. Bradley's Washington, D.C., office opened in 1999 as a governmental affairs-focused shop, then expanded in 2005 when a group of five law firm partners and several associates joined the firm, including current office managing partner Doug Patin. The influx of legal talent enriched our capabilities with practice experience in
Construction Law Practice Bradley Practices
(2 days ago) Construction. From initial contract negotiation and bid preparation to project close-out and dispute resolution, Bradley’s Construction Practice Group has handled every aspect of large-scale construction projects across the country and around the world. Our broad experience comes from our hands-on approach to managing both the business and
Jim Murphy People Bradley
(3 days ago) Jim practiced for 18 years in the legal department of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, serving as the Director of Law from 1993 to 1999. In his highly visible role with the City, Jim provided legal advice to the Mayor and Metro Council, along with other municipal departments, boards, and commissions.
Health Law for Long Term Care & Senior Housing Facilities
(4 days ago) We provide a full spectrum of health law services to post-acute and non-acute care providers, including: Acquisitions and dispositions, leasing, negotiation of management and support services agreements, and other transactional matters; Licensing and certification; Defense of civil and criminal False Claims Act and anti-kickback issues
Trusts & Estates Practices & Industries Bradley
(7 days ago) In the area of probate law, we represent the personal representatives and beneficiaries of estates. Our practice is focused on guiding personal representatives through the probate process and preparing both federal estate and state inheritance tax returns. We also engage in post-mortem planning to minimize estate taxes.
William L. Norton III People Bradley
(9 days ago) Bill is the managing editor of Norton Bankruptcy Law and Practice 3d, which is a premier 13 volume treatise on bankruptcy law published by Thompson Reuters and is the co-author of a handbook entitled Norton Creditors’ Rights Handbook (2020 Thompson Reuters). Bill is a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy.
Regulatory & Compliance Law Firm for Financial Services
(2 days ago) Developing programs for the supervision of third-party vendors and law firms; Reviewing and developing policies and procedures for essential business functions ; Developing single-point-of-contact programs for loss-mitigation programs
Labor & Employment Law Firm for Businesses Practices
(9 days ago) Our attorneys attended law schools such as Duke, Harvard, SMU, Stetson, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Washington & Lee, and other top-tier institutions, and many have 30 years of hands-on experience in handling virtually every type of employment case imaginable. Our clients rely on us when they face high-stakes, large-scale, and multi-plaintiff claims
Defense Attorneys for Government Enforcement
(Just Now) Businesses across industries – healthcare, finance, government contracting, and many others – face increased challenges. Bradley’s government enforcement lawyers have the significant criminal and civil law experience, both in and outside of the government, needed to help clients navigate this environment.
John E. Murdock III People Bradley
(7 days ago) John Murdock's practice exercises his extensive experience in the deployment and recovery of debt and equity capital and in commercial law. His practice includes business formations, acquisitions and dispositions, distressed asset investing, private equity transactions, commercial and real estate mezzanine lending, commercial lending, creditor's rights, loan workouts and …
Top Business Litigation Lawyers Bradley Practices
(9 days ago) Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group knows the stakes for your business in every case we litigate. From fighting bet-the-company lawsuits to resolving daily risk management issues and everything in between, we understand that helping clients achieve their business goals efficiently and cost-effectively is the greatest measure of success.
Caleb L. Barron People Bradley
(7 days ago) Caleb received his law degree (summa cum laude) from the University of Tennessee College of Law. While in law school, Caleb was recognized as a distinguished student attorney for his representation of not-for-profit and student-founded businesses in the business law clinic and served as a judicial intern to Justice Gary Wade of the Tennessee
Corporate & Securities Law Bradley Practices
(3 days ago) Corporate & Securities. Bradley advises corporate clients by understanding and assessing the market and the business enterprise, identifying risks and opportunities, and providing in-depth, actionable strategies throughout the life of a company. Whether a business client is a start-up or a large, high-profile corporation, our attorneys can
Inclusion & Diversity Our Story Bradley
(3 days ago) Bradley is honored to have received local, regional and national recognition for our commitment to diversity, including: Named one of the 2016 Working Mother and Flex-Time Lawyers 50 Best Law Firms for Women. Honorees are selected and applauded for raising the bar through family-friendly policies, talent cultivation, business development initiatives, and ultimately creating best …
The Most Important Government Contract Disputes Cases of
(5 days ago) Author (s) Aron C. Beezley. In 2016, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued two important decisions that will have a significant impact on the law of Government contract disputes. Specifically, the Federal Circuit has changed the lens through which claims accrual is to be assessed, thus impacting statute of limitations defenses.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau – Law Firm Banking
(7 days ago) Since the financial crisis, Bradley attorneys have assisted numerous banking and other financial services clients in “remaking” themselves to be in compliance with Dodd-Frank and the new regulations imposed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
Amy S. Leopard People Bradley
(6 days ago) Amy Leopard advises a diverse array of clients in the healthcare and technology industries. Amy is a valued business advisor at the intersection of healthcare and information technology law. She provides trusted counsel to healthcare providers, entrepreneurs, and service providers on licensing, payment, regulatory compliance, privacy and
Robert Maddox People Bradley
(6 days ago) Robert is an adjunct professor at the Cumberland School of Law, where he teaches Real Estate Transfer, Finance and Development and previously taught State Constitutional Law. He also was an adjunct professor at the University of Alabama School of Law from 2001 to 2006 and taught both graduate and undergraduate courses on American, Legal, and
Everything You Need to Know (And Probably Don’t) About
(8 days ago) The legislature has recently revised its non-compete statute, codifying existing law in some areas, while making new law elsewhere. For this chapter, we’ll add the insights of my Birmingham, Alabama, partner John Goodman, who has for more than 30 years represented non-compete plaintiffs and defendants in Alabama courts (as well as the courts
International Copyright Protection: How Does It Work
(4 days ago) Under U.S. law, copyright protection in original works of authorship exists once the work is fixed in a tangible medium of expression. That is, copyright exists upon “putting pen to paper” and creating an original work.
Law Firm for Small Dollar Lenders in Consumer Finance
(1 days ago) Bradley has helped small dollar lenders navigate a period of significant change in the industry. Our attorneys counsel clients on a wide spectrum of legal issues, including regulatory compliance, licensing, governmental investigations, mock audits and risk assessments, audit and exam support, business transactions, pre-litigation compliance counseling, litigation and multi …
Russell B. Morgan People Bradley
(9 days ago) Russ serves on the prestigious Board of Visitors of the University of Kentucky College of Law. Russ is licensed in Tennessee and Kentucky and regularly practices in both states. He frequently speaks on issues of concern for corporate counsel, such as crisis management, internal investigations, data retention policies, and attorney-client privilege.
Amy Elizabeth Garber People Bradley
(3 days ago) From 2010-11, she was the Senior Staff Attorney for the D.C. Board on Professional Responsibility, an arm of the D.C. Court of Appeals which hears attorney discipline cases, and at her previous law firm she routinely provided internal guidance on complex conflict of interest and other professional responsibility issues.
Spencer R. Mobley People Bradley
(9 days ago) Through his involvement in the American Bar Association’s Title Insurance Litigation Committee, Spencer stays apprised of new developments in real property and title insurance law. He has also presented to the committee regarding title insurance issues from a lender’s perspective.
Toxic Tort Litigation Defense Lawyers Top Business
(6 days ago) Our litigation attorneys are at the forefront of this evolving area of law and have served as counsel in many of the key cases that have shaped the country’s toxic tort litigation landscape. The firm partners with our clients to assess matters and design strategic plans to manage risk and minimize exposure.
Katherine J. Henry People Bradley
(Just Now) American Law Institute . American Bar Association. Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Defense Research Institute. District of Columbia Bar Association. National Association of Women Lawyers. Liaison to ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, 2000-2004. Past President, 2001-2002. Immediate Past President, 2000-2001. President, 1999-2000
Former U.S. Attorney A. Lee Bentley III and Assistant U.S
(Just Now) Following law school, Mr. Bentley clerked for the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit for Chief Judge Haynsworth and for the Supreme Court of the United States for Justice Powell. Mr. Mehta helps businesses and individuals navigate government investigations, conduct internal investigations, and defend False Claims Act and
Marc James Ayers People Bradley
(9 days ago) Marc received a B.A. from Florida State University (Philosophy, 1993), and later undertook graduate studies in theology and apologetics at Reformed Theological Seminary. He received his J.D. from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University (1998), where he was the Research and Writing Editor for the American Journal of Trial Advocacy.
TENNESSEE PROPERTY TAX*
(9 days ago) tution and common law authorize counties and cities to tax property. T.C.A. § 67-5-101. Although the law includes references to a state property tax, no state tax has been imposed since 1949. T.C.A. § 67-1-602. The Tennessee property tax is imposed on most privately-held real property, tangible property other than household
Daniel F. Murphy People Bradley
(8 days ago) Dan’s work at Baxter also included roles as the primary financial analyst providing budgeting, strategic planning, and financial analysis for several business units with over $100 million in annual revenue. In addition to his experience at Baxter, Dan practiced international trade law in the Washington, D.C. office of White & Case LLP.
Bradley Receives Top Rankings From 2019 U.S. News – Best
(1 days ago) The Best Lawyers in America ® and U.S. News & World Report ranked law firm practice areas nationally and across more than 180 metropolitan areas for the 2019 edition of “Best Law Firms.” Rankings are based on client evaluations, peer reviews from leading attorneys, and review of additional information provided by law firms as part of the
Robert J. Symon People Bradley
(7 days ago) Bob Symon practices in the areas of construction and government contract law. Clients routinely seek out Bob’s advice to assist in such matters as protesting government procurement decisions, interpreting the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), prosecuting claims under the Contract Disputes Act (CDA) or insuring compliance with ethical obligations to name just a few.
Lawyers for Foreign Investment in U.S. Real Estate
(Just Now) Our law firm is active in recruiting international investment to the United States and has traveled with the governors of Alabama and Tennessee, as well as state economic development authorities, to China, Japan, Singapore, Korea, and Hong Kong to find new investors.
Texas Update: HB 1578 – Attorney’s Fees Insights
(9 days ago) However, Texas law has long provided that a party in a breach of contract claim may recover her attorney’s fees in addition to the damages she suffers. This exception to the rule has certain procedures that must be followed and is outlined in Chapter 38 of the Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code.
Bradley Names Yvonne Sexton as Chief Information Officer
(2 days ago) Bradley is pleased to announce that Yvonne Sexton has joined the firm as its new chief information officer. “Yvonne is a highly regarded IT professional in the legal industry and is extremely knowledgeable about information governance, compliance and security,” said Bradley Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner Jonathan M. Skeeters.. “This is an important …