Bradley is pleased to announce that E. Mabry Rogers and David W. Owen, partners in the firm’s Birmingham office and Construction and Government Contracts Practice Group, have been named 2018 BTI Client Service All-Stars for providing superior client service.
“The firm congratulates David and Mabry on their recognition as BTI Client All-Stars for the outstanding service they provide to our clients and the high standards they set for the firm and the legal profession. We are particularly gratified that clients’ corporate counsel recognize their strength in construction law, which is one of the areas of the law where Bradley excels and where lawyers practice on a national and international stage,” said Bradley Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner Beau Grenier.
According to BTI’s President Michael B. Rynowecer, selected attorneys are “part of a rare breed of attorneys who combine exceptional legal expertise with practical advice, business savvy and innovative, effective solutions—all of which help make [their] clients’ lives easier.”
Mr. Owen and Mr. Rogers were recognized in the practice area of Construction Litigation and Disputes. Bradley is one of only 72 law firms with two or more attorneys selected as 2018 BTI Client Service All-Stars, which is in its 17th year. This year’s 328 All-Stars were identified by corporate counsel through interviews and other research conducted by BTI Consulting Group on how clients acquire, manage and evaluate their professional service providers.
Mr. Rogers has been named a BTI Client Service All-Star four out of the last five years. He focuses his practice in complex construction or procurement matters. He has been involved in a great deal of complex litigation and arbitration throughout the country and in foreign jurisdictions and has assisted in negotiations of large construction projects at the front-end, representing owners, lenders, designers and contractors. He also frequently has served as an arbitrator and as a mediator. He received his J.D. (cum laude) from Harvard Law School and his Bachelor of Arts (cum laude) from Yale University.
Mr. Owen leads Bradley’s Construction and Government Contracts Practice Group and serves as co-chair of the firm’s Energy Team. As an attorney who is also a registered professional engineer, he represents contractors, subcontractors, engineers and owners in private and government contract matters. His practice has concentrations in energy, industrial, commercial building, hospital, highway, and geotechnical and civil site development. He received his J.D. (cum laude) from the University of Alabama School of Law and his Bachelor of Science (cum laude) from the University of Alabama School of Engineering.