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Multiple Bradley attorneys appointed to American Bar Association’s Litigation Section leadership

Six attorneys with Birmingham-based Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP have been appointed to leadership roles with the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Litigation Section.

Bradley, which employs nearly 600 lawyers, holds law offices in Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Washington, D.C.

The firm’s attorneys represent regional, national and international clients in various industries. Bradley’s areas of expertise include banking and financial services, construction, energy, healthcare, life sciences, manufacturing, real estate and technology, among others.

The ABA’s Litigation Section provides litigators of all practice areas with resources that are designed to enable them to become successful advocates. The goal of the section is to provide opportunities for networking and career advancement, Bradley advised in a release.

Additionally, the association provides a wide-ranging portfolio of professional and business development products.

The appointments became effective at the conclusion of the ABA’s annual meeting in Chicago, which took place Aug. 3-9.

Bradley attorneys appointed to ABA Litigation Section leadership roles for the 2022–2023 bar year as follows:

  • Anne Marie Seibel: Chair-elect of the ABA’s Litigation Section
  • Dylan C. Black: Co-chair of the Membership and Marketing Committee
  • Tiffany J. deGruy: Co-chair of the Women Advocate Committee
  • Junaid Odubeko: Co-chair of the Privacy & Data Security Committee
  • Robert Emmett Poundstone IV: Co-chair of the ABA Resource Committee
  • Ethan T. Tidmore: Co-chair of the Trial Evidence Committee

Jonathan M. Skeeters, Bradley’s chairman of the board and the firm’s managing partner, heaped praise upon the law office’s attorneys for being selected to the prominent leadership positions.

“We are immensely proud of the initiative and commitment to excellence in the legal industry this group of attorneys has shown by taking on these leadership roles within the ABA,” expressed Skeeters.

EDITOR’S NOTE: The headline for this article has been updated to reflect that the attorneys were appointed to leadership roles in the ABA’s Litigation Section.

David Palmore is a contributing writer to Yellowhammer News

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