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View David Wright's Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com David Wright focuses his practice on the efficient and creative resolution of complex business, product liability and employment disputes through strategic counseling, informed risk assessment, negotiation, alternate dispute resolution, and trial. Full Bio
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View Stephen Cox's Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Stephen Cox represents clients in bench and jury trials and in appeals to state and federal appellate courts, including the United States Supreme Court. He serves as an arbitrator and mediator in commercial disputes. He also represents clients in class actions, derivative litigation and corporate governance disputes. Full Bio
View Kevin Crandall’s Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Kevin Crandall earned his law degree cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was a winner of the Ames Moot Court Competition. He also received a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Alabama and a bachelor’s degree in economics, summa cum laude, from Clemson University. Full Bio
View Adam Doerr's Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Adam Doerr helps companies untangle complex litigation problems, with a special focus on class actions. He has handled class actions in state and federal court involving securities law, mergers and acquisitions, employment, and contract issues. Full Bio
View Robert Fuller's Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Robert Fuller has coordinated the defense of a number of class actions and putative class actions. He focuses his practice on counseling business clients and resolving business disputes through litigation, negotiation, or ADR mechanisms. Full Bio
View Rob Harrington's Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Rob Harrington focuses his practice on the representation of corporate clients in contract and trade practice litigation, the defense of consumer lenders, the representation of financial institutions in disputes based on their service as fiduciaries and employment-related litigation. Full Bio
View Mark Hiller’s Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Mark Hiller is a trial and appellate lawyer who helps companies and individuals navigate their business disputes at all stages of the litigation process. He has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of complex matters, including securities class action litigation, False Claims Act lawsuits, and bankruptcy litigation. Full Bio
View Tommy Holderness's Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Tommy Holderness tries cases and resolves complex disputes for businesses and individuals, with a specialty in tax litigation and trust and estates disputes. Full Bio
View Susan Huber's Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Susan Huber represents business clients in a wide variety of single plaintiff and multi-plaintiff disputes. She routinely advises employers on employment issues, including wage and hour compliance, to help reduce the risk of high-stakes class action litigation. Full Bio
View Amanda Pickens Nitto’s Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Amanda Pickens Nitto focuses on complex business disputes and employment law. She has experience enforcing and defending noncompetition and trade secrets disputes and representing employers before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Full Bio
View Stuart Pratt’s Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Stuart Pratt practices in the area of commercial litigation. In addition to representing companies as both plaintiffs and defendants in general business disputes, he has particular experience in the area of tort and product-liability litigation. Full Bio
View Matt Tilley’s Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Matthew Tilley represents clients involved in complex civil litigation, including the resolution of commercial, contract, intellectual property, trade secret, employment, regulatory, and general business disputes. He has successfully prosecuted and defended actions in federal and state courts at both the trial and appellate levels. Full Bio
View John Wester's Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com John Wester concentrates in the trials and appeals of complex civil litigation, including corporate, partnership, and shareholder rights disputes, federal securities cases, unfair trade practice issues, tax controversies, patent infringement claims, and employment discrimination suits. Many of his cases have been brought as class actions. Full Bio
View Rich Worf’s Complete Bio at Robinsonbradshaw.com Rich Worf focuses his practice on helping businesses manage and resolve mass tort litigation. He has extensive experience in the field of mass tort bankruptcy. Full Bio
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