Our attorneys provide customized services for each client. For some, our attorneys regularly serve as outside general counsel or as resources for C-level executives or existing in-house counsel. For others, we act on a transaction-specific basis, which leverages our industry experience and strategic insights on capital markets.
Regardless of the situation, we deliver creative, cutting-edge solutions for business operation, transaction, and succession planning that add significant value, which is one of the reasons why our clients rely on us to coordinate all their legal needs. We also collaborate with the client’s other counsel and professional advisors, such as accountants and investment and insurance advisors.
Meet our Blog Contributors
Denson N. Franklin III205.521.8246Email
D. Franklin’s primary areas of practice include corporate, mergers and acquisitions, finance transaction and federal and state securities matters. He represents a variety of clients ranging from established companies with global operations to early stage businesses. View articles by D.
Frederic L. Smith Jr.205.521.8486Email
Frederic Smith has nearly 20 years of experience representing businesses in M&A transactions, contract negotiations, joint venture transactions and financing transactions. In addition to his transactional practice, Frederic serves as outside general counsel to several privately held and family-owned businesses. View articles by Frederic
Scott E. Adams205.521.8384Email
Scott Adams practice focuses on estate planning strategies designed to minimize estate and other taxes, as well as ensure that assets left under a decedent’s will or trust for family members can be effectively and efficiently managed. In addition, Scott has significant experience in advising clients with respect to the administration of trusts and estates, and handling trust and estate litigation matters. View articles by Scott
Sarah Clark Hannah615.252.3823Email
From start-ups to publicly traded corporations, Sarah Hannah provides a full range of transactional and strategic support to clients with matters involving mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private securities, venture capital, recapitalizations, and other corporate matters. In addition to Sarah’s corporate practice, she supports clients with their supply chain needs, including franchise and distribution matters. View articles by Sarah
Harold B. Kushner205.521.8600Email
Harold Kushner’s practice is focused in the areas of tax and corporate law, including mergers and acquisitions, securities, estate and trust planning and employer resources. He represents clients in diverse industries such as steel, manufacturing, retail, technology and software, distribution, franchising, publications, construction, real estate development and healthcare, with an emphasis on representation of closely held corporations.
Bradley W. Lard205.521.8812Email
Brad Lard’s practice primarily involves estate and trust planning and administration, with an emphasis on the related income, estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax issues. In addition, Brad is actively engaged in representing individual and corporate fiduciaries (executors and trustees) in administrating and litigating estate and trust matters. View articles by Brad
Jennifer L. Commander205.521.8128Email
Jennifer Commander’s practice includes advising public and private companies in a variety of corporate transactions, including securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, business entity formation, private equity transactions, corporate reorganizations, and financing transactions. Jennifer also assists public companies with 34’ Act reporting compliance, public debt and equity offerings, and corporate governance matters. View articles by Jennifer
J. Daniel Feltham Jr.205.521.8677Email
Danny Feltham advises publicly traded and privately held companies on a broad range of business issues, including securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital transactions, corporate reorganizations, financing transactions, and general corporate matters. View articles by Danny