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

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings ‘Highly Recommended’ and 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 43 of the firm’s attorneys as either litigation “stars” or “future stars.”

12/9/2014

Paul Compton Quoted in Asset Securitization Report Regarding Disparate Impact

Paul Compton was recently quoted in an Asset Securitization Report article, entitled “How Disparate Impact Creates Liability for Securitizers.” The article outlines how “disparate impact,” a controversial legal theory on discrimination, will impact consumer lending and the possible liabilities it places on securitizers. The disparate impact theory is currently being challenged and, in this article, legal practitioners discuss the ramifications the doctrine will have on the industry at large.
12/3/2014

Jonathan R. Kolodziej Quoted in PaymentsSource Regarding Impact of CFPB Proposal on Virtual Currency Providers

Jonathan Kolodziej was quoted in PaymentsSource regarding the impact that a recent prepaid proposal by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau might have on virtual currency providers, such as Bitcoin. “If the proposal were ultimately enacted 'as is,' consumers of this new broad class of products would be afforded considerably more protections than what they receive today. The CFPB's proposed amendments to Regulations E and Z would certainly broaden the scope of what is considered a 'prepaid account' under the current law,” said Kolodziej.