What You May Not Know About Our Firm

What You May Not Know About Our Firm


 Partners listed in The Best Lawyers in America, 2015


 Attorneys listed in Chambers USA, 2014


 Attorneys have served U.S. Supreme Court clerkships


 Members of American Colleges


 Attorneys have served clerkships in U.S. District and Appellate Courts, State Appellate Courts, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, and the U.S. Tax Court


 Attorneys practicing in seven strategically located offices 


Bradley Arant Boult Cummings ‘Highly Recommended’ and 42 Attorneys Listed as Leading Litigators in 2015 Benchmark Litigation Guide

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that the firm has been “highly recommended” in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee and “recommended” in North Carolina in the 2015 edition of Benchmark Litigation. The publication also recognized 42 of the firm’s attorneys as either litigation “stars” or “future stars.”

“We are honored to be well represented in the 2015 Benchmark Litigation guide and thankful for the praise that we receive from our peers and clients,” said Firm Chairman Beau Grenier. “It is gratifying to see this recognition for the high level of service our attorneys provide to clients.”

According to Benchmark Litigation, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings “enjoys brand-name status not only in its native Alabama, but also in out-of-state locales like Jackson, Mississippi; Nashville, Tennessee; and Washington, DC.”


Robert M. Couch Quoted in Law360 Article Regarding the Impact of Recent Federal Regulatory Changes on the Housing Market

Robert Couch was recently quoted in a Law360 article entitled "New Mortgage Rules Complicate Fannie, Freddie Endgame." The article explores new federal regulations, finalizing a risk-retention rule that will exempt banks from holding a five-percent stake in mortgage-backed securities sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, furthering the stagnation of private companies’ and investors’ participation in the housing market.

“There are lenders interested in providing mortgages to borrowers who may not meet the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s qualified mortgage standard or Fannie and Freddie’s requirements for purchasing loans, but they want to avoid keeping them on their books,” said Couch, current Housing Commissioner for the Bipartisan Policy Center and former Ginnie Mae President, adding, “The status quo becomes even more entrenched in the system… As a friend of mine says, inertia is gaining momentum.”