The Huntsville office of Bradley Arant Boult Cummings has lured four attorneys, including two partners from one of Alabama's largest law firms.
Joining BABC in the Rocket City are partners Bartley Loftin III and George Smith II as well as counsel David Vance Lucas and associate Kathleen Milam. Loftin and Smith are moving from the Huntsville office of Maynard Cooper & Gale, which has four offices in Alabama. Lucas is a former general counsel for software maker Intergraph Corp. who returned to private technology practice last year. Milam previously clerked for a circuit court judge in Huntsville.
“Given its robust economy, particularly in the technology and government contracting sectors, Huntsville is an important driver of growth for our firm and we are pleased to welcome these talented new attorneys to that office,” said firm chairman Beau Grenier. “They will all add significantly to our existing strengths, both locally and firmwide.”
BABC's Hunstville office is home to about 25 attorneys.
Family law attorney Phillip Robinson is the top choice of Nashville Bar Association members surveyed about the candidates looking to take the seat of Circuit Court Judge Barbara Haynes. Robinson received both the highest number of 'Highly recommend' nods and the fewest 'Do not recommend' votes. Coming in second and third in the survey were Bradley Arant Boult Cummings Partner Joycelyn Stevenson and Stanley Kweller of downtown firm Jackson Kweller McKinney Warden & Hayes. Check the full results here.
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