Bradley Elevates Five Birmingham Attorneys to Partner

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BIRMINGHAM, AL—Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that the firm has elevated the following five Alabama attorneys to partner, effective Jan. 1, 2022: Abigail B. Harris, Matthew A. Hinshaw, Gregory B. Pipes, Grant A. Premo, and Benn C. Wilson. All are based in the firm’s Birmingham office.

Ms. Harris is a litigator in the firm’s Construction Practice Group where she represents EPC contractors, general contractors, and subcontractors on projects locally, nationally, and abroad. She has experience with projects ranging from condominium towers and retail centers to water treatment plants and utility-scale solar farms.

A member of Bradley’s State & Local Tax team and Economic Development Practice Group, Mr. Hinshaw focuses on economic development incentive package structuring and negotiation and represents clients in general corporate and tax matters and assists nonprofit entities with tax and governance issues.

Mr. Pipes is a member of the firm’s Banking & Financial Service Practice Group and focuses his practice on helping financial services clients (including depository institutions, non-bank mortgage originators and servicers, investment firms, debt collectors, and other companies in the consumer finance space) navigate all aspects of the consumer regulatory compliance landscape.

Also a member of Bradley’s Banking & Financial Services Practice Group, Mr. Premo represents financial services institutions and other businesses across the country in a variety of commercial litigation and compliance matters. He has experience advising clients on lending, servicing and operations in the areas of student lending, farm credit, and residential and commercial mortgage lending.

Mr. Wilson is a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group and focuses his practice on complex civil litigation, primarily in the areas of patent and IP litigation. He has extensive experience representing clients in complex patent disputes before both federal district courts and the International Trade Commission.

 

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