Daniel G. Blackburn

Daniel G. Blackburn: Attorney with Blackburn & Conner, P.C.

Biography

Member, Editorial Board, Alabama Law Review, 1980-1982. Author: "The Fifth Circuit Considers Worldwide Volkswagen and In Personam Jurisdiction: Oswalt v. Scripto, Inc.," 32 Alabama Law Review 571, 1981. Director, North Baldwin Healthcare Foundation, 1988-1995. Regional Director, Regions Bank, 1991—. Member, Board of Visitors, University of Alabama College of Continuing Studies, 2006—.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Commercial Litigation
  • Real Property Litigation
  • Civil Litigation
  • Personal Injury

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
877-314-0676  Phone
www.blackburnpc.com
University Attended:
University of Alabama, B.S., 1979
Law School Attended:
University of Alabama, J.D., 1982
Year of First admission:
1982
Admission:
1982, Alabama and U.S. District Court, Southern and Middle Districts of Alabama; 2000, U.S. Court of Federal Claims
Memberships:
Baldwin County Bar Association; Alabama State Bar.
Birth Information:
Mobile, Alabama, November 2, 1956
Reported Cases:
Smith v. Flowerwood Nursery, Inc., 6 So.3d 534 (Ala. Civ. App. 2008), Catrett v. Baldwin County Electric Membership Corp., 996 So.2d 196 (Ala. 2008); Baldwin County Electric Membership Corp. v. City of Fairhope, 999 So.2d 448 (Ala. 2008); Dyess v. Bay John Developers II, L.L.C (Ala. 2007); AmSouth Bank, N.A. v. British West Florida, L.L.C., 988 So.2d 545 (Ala. 2007); Leiser v. Raymond R. Fletcher, M.D., P.C., 978 So.2d 700 (Ala. 2007); Schreck v. Friedman, 981 So.2d 1125 (Ala. 2007); The Dunes of GP, L.L.C. v. Bradford, 966 So.2d 924 (Ala. 2007); Hodges v. Gulf Highlands Development, L.L.C., 965 So.2d 795 (Ala. 2007); Joseph v. MTS Inv. Corp., 964 So.2d 642 (Ala. 2006); Baldwin County Elec. Membership Corp. v. Catrett, 942 So.2d 337 (Ala. 2006); Seventh Street, LLC v. Baldwin County Planning and Zoning Com'n, 172 Fed. Appx. 918 (Ala. 2006); Gulf Coast Realty Co., Inc. v. Professional Real Estate Partners, Inc., 926 So.2d 992 (Ala. 2005); City of Foley Board of Adjustments and Appeals v. H & S Southern Graphics Systems, Inc., 878 So.2d 294 (Ala. 2003); Steele v. McRaney, 855 So.2d 1114 (Ala. 2003); Lee v. Baldwin County Elec. Membership Corp., 853 So.2d 946 (Ala. 2003); Mobile Eye Center, P.C. v. Van Buren Partnership, 826 So.2d 135 (Ala. 2002); Allstate Ins. Co. v. Coastal Yacht Services, Inc., 823 So.2d 632 (Ala. 2001); Baldwin County Electric Membership Corp. v. Lee, 804 So.2d 1087 (Ala. 2001); Redden v. State, 804 So.2d 196 (Ala. 2001); City of Spanish Fort v. City of Daphne, 774 So.2d 567 (Ala. 2000); United Services Auto. Ass'n v. Vogel, 733 So.2d 401 (Ala. 1998); City of Foley v. McLeod, 709 So.2d 471 (Ala. 1998); Boykin v. Drake, 699 So.2d 233 (Ala. 1997); Bass Pecan Co. v. Berga, 694 So.2d 1311 (Ala. 1997); State Home Builders Licensure Bd. v. Grzelak, 705 So.2d 406 (Ala. 1997); Fairhope Yacht Club, Inc. v. Johns Eastern Co., Inc., 686 So.2d 1133 (Ala. 1996); Campbell v. Colonial Bank, 678 So.2d 189 (Ala. 1996); Flournoy v. Sanders, 670 So.2d 866 (Ala. 1995); Ex parte Lake Forest Property Owners Ass'n, Inc., 659 So.2d 607 (Ala. 1995); Thompson v. Wasdin, 655 So.2d 1058 (Ala. 1995); Sanders v. Flournoy, 640 So.2d 933 (Ala. 1994); Lake Forest Property Owners Ass'n, Inc. v. Baldwin County Bd. of Equalization, 659 So.2d 605 (Ala. 1994); City of Orange Beach v. Perdido Pass Developers, Inc., 631 So.2d 850 (Ala. 1993); Board of Dental Examiners of Alabama v. Townsley, 668 So.2d 4 (Ala. 1993); State Highway Dept. v. Parsons, 623 So.2d 285 (Ala. 1993); Stewart v. Stewart, 625 So.2d 454 (Ala. 1993); M & M Wholesale Florist, Inc. v. Emmons, 600 So.2d 998 (Ala. 1992); McCary v. City of Fairhope, 599 So.2d 1214 (Ala. 1992); Springer v. Baldwin County Federal Sav. Bank, 597 So.2d 677 (Ala. 1992); Stewart v. Kelley, 587 So.2d 384 (Ala. 1991); Lake Forest Property Owners Ass'n, Inc. v. Baldwin County Bd. of Equalization, 587 So.2d 393 (Ala. 1991); Baldwin County Federal Savings Bank v. Central Bank of the South, 585 So.2d 1279 (Ala. 1991); Sanwa Business Credit Corp. v. G. B. Boots Smith Corp., 563 So.2d 1028 (Ala. 1990); Springer v. Baldwin County Federal Sav. Bank, 562 So.2d 138 (Ala. 1989); Barclay Intern., Inc. v. First Alabama Bank of Montgomery, N.A., 557 So.2d 1201 (Ala. 1989); Sanwa Business Credit Corp. v. G. B. "Boots" Smith Corp., 548 So.2d 1336 (Ala. 1989); Newsome v. Morris, 539 So.2d 200 (Ala. 1988); Ritchey v. Dalgo, 514 So.2d 808 (Ala. 1987); Trio Broadcasters, Inc. v. Ward, 495 So.2d 621 (Ala. 1986).
ISLN:
909000378

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