Bradley Arant Is Pleased to Welcome A. Michelle Canter

Bradley Arant Is Pleased to Welcome A. Michelle Canter

Building on several recent additions to its national Financial Services Litigation and Compliance Team, Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that A. Michelle Canter has joined the firm as a partner. Along with recent additions Haydn J. Richards, Jr. and Heather Cain Hutchings, and former Citigroup in-house counsel Jeff Beatrice, Ms. Canter is the fourth financial services litigation and compliance partner to join the firm in the last month.

5/11/2015

Dana Lumsden Quoted in American Banker Regarding CFPB, DOJ’s Increased Scrutiny of Redlining Practices in Lending Industry

Dana Lumsden was recently quoted in American Banker in an article which examines the Department of Justice’s and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s increased scrutiny of redlining, a discriminatory practice in which lenders deny or charge more for services provided within specific geographic areas. Both agencies cite the fallout from the financial crisis as the reason for the increase in redlining.
5/11/2015

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings Defends Its Title as Huntsville’s “Brightest Company”

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that the firm has won the title of Huntsville’s “Brightest Company” for the second consecutive year in the 2015 Alabama’s Brightest Company Charitable Trivia Competition, hosted by Impact Alabama. Attorneys David Mixon, Scott Burnett Smith, Angela Holt, Tim Cummins, and Ben McArthur accepted $10,000 for the Huntsville office’s chosen charity, the Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program (MCVLP).