Bradley is pleased to announce that David W. Holt, a partner in the firm’s Huntsville office, has been elected as a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation (ABF).
“We are very proud of David’s achievements with Bradley and in the larger legal community that have earned him selection as an American Bar Foundation Fellow,” said Bradley Huntsville Office Managing Partner Frank M. Caprio. “David joins numerous other Bradley attorneys as ABF Fellows who help support the organization’s important mission to advance justice.”
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.
Also a Departmental Fellow of the University of Alabama (UA) Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Mr. Holt currently serves as president of the department’s advisory board. In addition, he presently serves as vice president of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Chemical Engineering and the Law Forum. Mr. Holt also is president-elect of the executive board of the Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program.
The ABF Fellows is a global honorary society that recognizes attorneys, judges, law faculty and legal scholars whose public and private careers have demonstrated outstanding dedication to the highest principles of the legal profession and to the welfare of their communities. Fellows membership is limited to one percent (1%) of lawyers licensed to practice in each jurisdiction. Members are nominated by their peers and elected by the ABF board. The Fellows support the research of the ABF through annual contributions and sponsor seminars and events of direct relevance to the legal profession. The independent, nonprofit ABF seeks to advance the understanding and improvement of law through research projects on the most pressing issues facing the legal system in the United States and the world.