Bradley attorney David Pratt was quoted in The Texas Lawbook on recently transitioning his practice to Bradley's Dallas office to expand his client relationships.
“Bradley provides a platform to serve my clients across the country,” he said. “I can expand my existing client relationships by working with Bradley attorneys in other states where clients have properties. On the lending side, as we move into a workout cycle, Bradley has attorneys that are already on the approved lists of banks I represent that have litigation and restructuring expertise," said Pratt.
He noted COVID-19 has already had a severe impact on the commercial real estate industry and some properties, particularly retail, have been hit especially hard. Pratt said many of his clients such as retail shops and office building owners are looking at how they can monitor the number of people that get on an elevator at one time and increasing the cleaning of common areas.
The original article, “Founder of Dallas Boutique Joins Bradley,” appeared in the Birmingham Business Journal on June 9, 2020 (subscription required).