Bradley is pleased to announce that firm partner J. Douglas Minor Jr. has joined the firm’s Nashville office. He previously was based in Bradley’s Jackson, Miss., office, from which he will continue to practice on a limited basis.
A member of Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group since joining the firm in 2006, Mr. Minor has been a litigator in the Southeast for more than two decades.
“We are thrilled to welcome Doug to our Nashville office, and we especially look forward to him bringing his experience and practice leadership to enhance our litigation client services locally while continuing his national practice,” said Bradley’s Nashville Office Managing Partner Lela Hollabaugh.
Mr. Minor focuses his practice in wide variety of areas, including consumer and investment fraud, commercial loan workout litigation, unfair competition claims, class actions and product liability. Additionally, he has helped clients develop compliance programs and conduct internal investigations, and he has coordinated responses to governmental investigations.
Mr. Minor’s litigation practice includes the defense of insurers and lenders facing contract, tort and consumer protection claims across the country. His clients include a large venture capital firm, a national life/health/disability insurer and several mortgage companies. He has appeared in courts in Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, Alabama, Virginia and West Virginia. Mr. Minor also has extensive appellate experience. He has argued before the Second, Fourth and Fifth Circuit Courts of Appeals.
Mr. Minor is a past chair of the Litigation Section of the Mississippi Bar and is a certified instructor for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. He is licensed in Mississippi and Florida, and is a frequent lecturer in the areas of conflicts of interest, juror bias and the impact of social media on the jury system. He recently was appointed by the president of the American Bar Association (ABA) to the ABA’s Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary. Mr. Minor earned his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and his A.B. from Harvard University.