Bradley is pleased to announce that D. Bryan Thomas, a partner in the firm’s Nashville office, has been selected as a Fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America (CLSA).
“We are very proud of Bryan’s selection as a Fellow of the prestigious Construction Lawyers Society of America,” said Bradley Nashville Office Managing Partner Lela Hollabaugh. “Bryan is among the highly skilled and accomplished Bradley attorneys and industry leaders who make up our nationally renowned construction law group.”
Bradley has received multiple top rankings and accolades for its construction practice over the years and in 2018 was named the nation’s “Law Firm of the Year” for Construction Law in the “Best Law Firms” industry guide published by U.S. News & World Report.
Mr. Thomas joins multiple Bradley colleagues as Fellows of the CLSA, which presented its 2018 Law Firm Award to Bradley for “high acumen and ability in construction law, construction arbitration, surety and/or other construction-related fields.” The CLSA’s current president is Bradley partner and Birmingham attorney E. Mabry Rogers.
A member of Bradley’s Construction Practice Group, Mr. Thomas advises clients on projects throughout the United States and abroad. A primary focus of his practice has been industrial and power plant construction projects involving coal, LNG, combined cycle, hydro, solar, and wind, among others. In these energy projects, Mr. Thomas has represented owners, as well as EPC-prime and multi-prime contractors, in a variety of disputes. He also has substantial experience with multifamily and commercial construction and has handled a number of disputes involving residential construction.
The CLSA is an invitation-only, international honorary association of preeminent lawyers specializing in construction law and related fields. Membership is limited to 1,200 practicing Fellows from the United States and around the world. Attorneys are selected and invited into CLSA Fellowship after being evaluated for effectiveness and accomplishment in construction law, along with ethical reputation.