Go to main navigation
2700 Corporate Drive, Suite 200, Birmingham, Alabama 35242
205-314-4874 205-314-4874
/ Home / Blog


Recent Blog Posts

Best Practices for EB-5 Professionals and Their Clients

The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program captured media attention recently as Jared Kushner’s sister touted a Manhattan EB-5 project to Chinese investors. This article reflects in no way on the merits of that project, but immigrant investors and

Dual Representation Issues in Immigration Law

In immigration practice, dual representation issues present themselves in both business immigration and family-based immigration matters. These are of course broad categories, and the dual representation issue thus confronts both attorneys and clients in most immigration matters.
Whether you are

When Your Attorney Should Litigate Your Immigration Case

Immigration law can be confusing, even for experienced attorneys. The immigration laws and regulations were enacted over decades by politicians and bureaucrats with differing views of immigration policy. For these reasons, by contrast with, for example, the relatively elegant

Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice – Mediation and Collaborative Law

I have practiced law for twenty-five years. For most of that time, I have been a certified mediator and arbitrator. Mediation, unlike arbitration or lawsuits in court, offers parties the ability to resolve their dispute on their own terms.

“Diversity” and the Supreme Court

Class Action Notice

Have you received notice of a class action?

You may have seen or heard a published notice that the pharmaceutical company that manufactured a prescription you used is facing a class action, or that a class action regarding a product

The Cautious Client and the “Non-Refundable Fee”

Recently a potential client visited my office to ask me to consider taking on a fairly complex matter involving numerous parties, claims, and counterclaims, litigation arising in the Alabama courts which might have expanded to other states or forums.

The United States Supreme Court and the Oligarchs

I published this blog post in an earlier, now discontinued blog, but since one of the oligarchs has decided to emerge from behind the curtain and actually run for president himself, it seems timely to repost it now in