Chambers USA 2021 Ranks Bradley D.C. Attorneys

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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that Chambers and Partners has highly ranked two of the firm’s attorneys in its Washington, D.C., office in the 2021 edition of the prestigious and independent Chambers USA legal industry referral guide. In addition, Chambers ranked Bradley as one of the top firms in D.C. for Construction.

Across all of the firm’s offices, Chambers highly ranked 108 of the firm’s attorneys and 34 Bradley practice areas. The firm also was ranked nationally in six practice areas and eight Bradley attorneys were ranked nationally in their various practice areas.

Chambers USA ranked the following two attorneys in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office as among the leading lawyers for business in the District of Columbia:

• Douglas L. (Doug) Patin (Construction)
• Robert J. (Bob) Symon (Construction)

Chambers USA ranked Bradley as one of the top firms in the nation for the following six practice areas:

• Construction
• Financial Services Regulation: Consumer Finance (Compliance)
• Financial Services Regulation: Consumer Finance (Enforcement & Investigations)
• Government Contracts
• Healthcare
• Product Liability & Mass Torts

In addition, eight Bradley attorneys were ranked nationally:

• Aron C. Beezley (Government Contracts) in Washington, D.C.
• Lindsey C Boney IV (Product Liability & Mass Torts) in Birmingham
• William F. (Will) Goodman, III (Product Liability & Mass Torts) in Nashville
• Tripp Haston (Product Liability & Mass Torts) in Birmingham
• Amy S. Leopard (Privacy & Data Security: Healthcare) in Nashville
• Robert Maddox (Financial Services Regulation: Consumer Finance [Enforcement & Investigations]) in Birmingham
• Kimberly B. Martin (Product Liability & Mass Torts) in Huntsville
• Haydn J. Richards, Jr. (Financial Services Regulation: Consumer Finance [Compliance]) in Washington, D.C.

 

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