Bradley is pleased to announce that David W. Holt, a partner in the firm’s Huntsville office, has been named a Departmental Fellow of the University of Alabama (UA) Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.
“We are very proud of David’s successes and professional leadership, and we congratulate him on his selection as a Distinguished Engineering Fellow,” said Bradley Huntsville Office Managing Partner Frank M. Caprio.
Selected by a committee of department faculty, UA Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering fellows must have achieved significant status through contributions to the profession, to society, or to the department. Typically, no more than 10 percent of UA alumni can be selected as fellows at any given time.
An alumnus of UA with both a Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering, Mr. Holt currently serves as president and has been a member since 2011 of the UA Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering Advisory Board.
A member of Bradley’s Intellectual Property Practice Group, Mr. Holt works on a variety of complex litigation matters in state and federal courts around the country. His cases span a broad range of issues, including patent, trademark, and copyright infringement and business disputes. A registered patent attorney, Mr. Holt also advises clients in all aspects of intellectual property protection.