The Birmingham office of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings has added partner Leigh Anne Hodge in its Birmingham office. Hodge, who specializes in health care litigation, was previously a partner at Balch & Bingham. Her addition takes to 15 the number of health care attorneys who have joined BABC since late last year.
A practicing nurse before she went to law school, Ms. Hodge holds a J.D. (summa cum laude) from Cumberland School of Law and a B.S. (with honors) from the University of Alabama. She is the Treasurer of the American Inns of Court in Birmingham; a member of the Health Law Section of the Alabama Bar; and a member of the Executive Committee of the Autism and Behavioral Health Center in Birmingham. She previously served as an adjunct professor of health law transactions at Cumberland School of Law.
LifeWay Christian Resources has acquired a 19-year-old Christian student camp and conference organizer based in Birmingham. The companies aren't sharing many details of the deal, but say they work with more than 100,000 youths each year and will continue to market their services separately.
"Both of our organizations provide conferences and camps in slightly different ways that meet needs of individual churches and student ministries," Trueblood explained. "Many of those differences won't change so that we can continue to meet specific needs of individual churches.
A two-year-old gym operator out of Birmingham is close to signing franchise agreements with two Nashville-area entrepreneurs. The Birmingham News says the two locations will go north and south of the city's core.
Iron Tribe began with a single gym in a garage in Homewood in 2010 and today has four Birmingham-area locations. The gyms specialize in a system of training that combines a variety of types of exercise in short, intense sessions. Membership in Iron Tribe facilities is capped at 250 people per gym, and fees average about $250 per month.
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