Two Bradley Groups Recognized with 2021 “Go-To Thought Leader Awards” by The National Law Review

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Bradley is pleased to announce that the firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group and Cannabis Industry team have been recognized with The National Law Review’s 2021 “Go-To Thought Leader Awards.”

The fourth annual awards include 87 legal authors across a variety of practice areas. Recipients are selected by the editorial team from a pool of more than 14,000 legal news articles published by The National Law Review in 2021.

“We are proud of our talented attorneys and their dedication to creating thoughtful and timely content that is valuable to business clients, particularly during another challenging year navigating evolving issues,” said Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner Jonathan M. Skeeters.

Bradley’s Labor and Employment Practice Group was recognized in the category of COVID Vaccine Mandates for coverage regarding masking and vaccine requirements. The National Law Review noted, “Their ongoing reporting on COVID-19 employer vaccine mandates has been a significant asset for both employers and employees alike.” The firm’s attorneys listed as regular contributors on this topic include John W. Hargrove, Anne R. Yuengert, Anne Knox Averitt, John P. Rodgers, and J. William Manuel.

The firm’s Cannabis Industry team was selected in the category of Cannabis Industry Regulation for coverage of the medical cannabis industry in Alabama, including cultivation, processing, and dispensing, as well as the SAFE Banking Act as it pertains to cannabis. The Bradley attorneys recognized as recurring authors on this topic include Whitt Steineker, James W. Wright Jr., Shelby D. Lomax, J. Hunter Robinson, and Richard W.F. Swor.

The full list the 2021 National Law Review Thought Leadership Awards is available here.