- Alternative Dispute Resolution
|Contact Info||Telephone: 404.853.8151|
|University ||Samford University, B.A.|
|Law School||University of Georgia School of Law, J.D., cum laude Notes Editor, Georgia Law Review|
Member, American Law Institute
|Born||Valley, Alabama, April 13, 1952|
After 25-plus years, Henry Parkman continues to resolve difficult construction industry disputes. His practice primarily focuses on the many environmental and construction issues that arise from the planning, design and building of transportation projects. Henry's extensive experience includes highways, bridges, runways, industrial plants, reservoirs and buildings.
Henry tries cases before judges, juries and arbitrators and successfully conducts mediations on a variety of construction projects and issues, as well as on other commercial disputes including public procurement cases addressing constitutional issues. Henry has also successfully handled numerous appeals in state and federal appellate courts.
Sutherland represents cement plant owner in arbitration against contractor.
Landowner relies on Sutherland to compel state DOT to choose alternative highway route.
Sutherland represents major tire manufacturer in arbitration against design-build contractor.
Awards and Rankings
Named to The Best Lawyers in America in the areas of construction law (2007-2011, 2016) and construction - litigation (2012-2016)
Selected for inclusion in Georgia Super Lawyers (2007-2013)
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COP21 Yields Landmark Climate Change Accord: What’s Next?
James E. Guy,Jay Holloway,Susan G. Lafferty,W. Henry Parkman,Liz Williamson, December 28, 2015
More than a week has passed since 195 countries announced a climate change deal to hold global average temperatures to 2°C above pre-industrial levels, with an aspirational ceiling of 1.5°C. While the accord represents an unprecedented level of international cooperation on climate change,...
Final Clean Power Plan Released; Significant Changes Will Not Ward Off Legal Challenges
Jay Holloway,Susan G. Lafferty,W. Henry Parkman,James A. Thompson,Liz Williamson, August 6, 2015
On August 3, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its long-awaited final rule regulating carbon emissions from existing power plants (Clean Power Plan). In nine months, EPA waded through more than four million public comments and formulated the final rule. EPA retained some of...
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