Bradley Arant Boult Cummings Attorneys in Mississippi and Tennessee Named to Top 50 Super Lawyers for 2012

Press Release

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that seven of the firm’s Jackson, Miss., and Nashville, Tenn., attorneys have been named among the “Top 50 Super Lawyers” for 2012 in their respective states or regions. “Top 50” attorneys received the highest point totals in the rankings of all Super Lawyers. Only up to 5 percent of attorneys in any state or region are named Super Lawyers each year.

Attorneys in the firm’s Jackson office (and their practice areas) who were named “Top 50 Mississippi Super Lawyers” for 2012 are: Roy D. Campbell, III (General Litigation, Personal Injury Defense: General and Insurance Coverage), David W. Clark (Business Litigation, Antitrust Litigation and Securities Litigation), W. Wayne Drinkwater (Business Litigation and Appellate) and William R. Purdy (Construction Litigation and Government Contracts).

Attorneys in the firm’s Nashville office (and their practice areas) who were named “Top 50 Nashville Super Lawyers” for 2012 are: William L. Norton, III (Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights, Business Litigation and Bankruptcy: Consumer) and Robert S. Patterson (Business Litigation, Securities Litigation and Civil Litigation Defense). In addition, Nashville attorney Ann Peldo Cargile (Real Estate and Banking) was named to the Top 50 Women Mid-South Super Lawyers list for 2012. The Mid-South region includes Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee.

“All of our firm’s Super Lawyers have earned a special distinction among their peers and we are particularly proud of our colleagues who have been selected as among the best of the best,” said Firm Chairman Beau Grenier. “We congratulate all of the honorees.”

Super Lawyers are selected through a process involving peer nominations and evaluations along with third-party research. Attorneys are rated for more than 70 practice areas and rankings are published in Super Lawyers magazines and special sections of leading city and regional magazines nationwide.

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