Burr & Forman LLP
Size of Organization: 277
Year Established: 2014Web Site: http://www.burr.com
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|Commercial Law||Commercial Litigation|
|Communications Law||Construction Law|
|Corporate Law||Creditors Rights|
|Employment Benefits Law||Environmental Law|
|General Practice||Health Care Law|
|Insurance Defense||Insurance Law|
|Intellectual Property Law||Labor and Employment Law|
|Land Use Law||Legal Malpractice|
|Mergers and Acquisitions||Municipal Bond/Public Authority Financing|
|Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Unfair Competition||Real Estate Law|
|Securities Law||Sports and Entertainment Law|
|Tax Law||Trademark, Copyright, and Unfair Competition|
Burr & Forman LLP is a century old, full-service law firm with a forward-thinking approach to providing legal solutions. A southeast regional firm with nearly 250 attorneys in offices in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and Tennessee drawing from a diverse range of resources to help clients achieve their goals.
Burr & Forman is distinguished by its exceptional client relationships.
COMMIT. As a firm, we commit our time, our talent, and our resources to delivering results for our clients. We work hard to understand what our clients need; we devote ourselves to ensuring that our clients have what they need to reach their own ambitious goals.
INFORM. At Burr, we understand more than the law. We work to understand our clients' businesses; to understand the economic, political, financial, and technological developments that affect their goals. We inform ourselves so that we can more effectively serve our clients. It's a never-ending process, but as a result, we are more than a law firm; we are valued advisors.
INVOLVE. At Burr, we are participants. We give of our talents, not just to serve our clients, but to better the communities in which we live. Our professional, civic, and charitable actions also add to our breadth of knowledge and understanding.
COLLABORATE. It is in our nature to work together. We collaborate with clients, offering our expertise and our effort to ensure that they succeed. We also collaborate within the firm, working across practice and industry groups to give our clients access to more diverse skills and expertise. It's a practice that is both more effective for our clients and healthier for our firm.
At Burr & Forman, we dedicate our collaborative energy to making significant contributions to our client and community relationships.
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Devin C. Dolive,Bryance Metheny,Matthew T. Scully, July 16, 2015
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DOL Will Require Overtime for Employees Who Earn Less Than $50,000
Ronald W. Flowers,Bryance Metheny,M. Clark Spoden, July 15, 2015
In a much-anticipated move, on June 30, 2015, the Department of Labor issued a proposed rule requiring a weekly salary of at least $970.00, or $50,440.00 annually, for employees to be exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act's (FLSA's) overtime provisions under the common "white collar...
Recent Developments Concerning the Right of Redemption Relating to Homestead Property: Act of Apr. 23, 2015, Alabama Senate Bill No. 124, Ala. Acts, 2015-79
Ryan D. Thompson, July 14, 2015
Under current Alabama law, an interested party (e.g., mortgagor, junior mortgagor, judgment creditor) may redeem real property sold at foreclosure within one (1) year of the date of the foreclosure sale. See ALA. CODE §§ 6-5-248, 6-5-252. The current redemption law does not require the...
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