Bradley's Harold D. Mooty III Appointed to Alabama Access to Justice Commission

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Bradley is pleased to announce that Harold D. Mooty III has been appointed to a two-year term on the Alabama Access to Justice Commission by the Supreme Court of Alabama.

The Alabama Access to Justice Commission was created in April 2007 by the Supreme Court of Alabama to serve as a coordinating entity for the legally underserved, the legal community, social service providers, and the private and public sectors. The commission is dedicated to coordinate, expand, and promote effective and economical civil legal services for the disenfranchised population of Alabama.

A partner in the firm’s Huntsville office, Mr. Mooty focuses his practice on resolving commercial litigation matters, including contract disputes and business torts, across the Southeast. He regularly handles cases where injunctive relief is requested, frequently in emergency situations where the success or failure of a business is at stake. Mr. Mooty also has experience in insurance coverage actions as well as in representing healthcare clients against allegations of medical malpractice and civil rights violations.

Mr. Mooty is an active member of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association and the Madison County Volunteer Lawyers Program and is a past president of Crisis Services of North Alabama, a nonprofit organization serving victims of domestic violence and their families. He is also an active member of the Alabama Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Mr. Mooty is involved in Bradley’s recruitment efforts and heads the Huntsville office’s annual summer clerkship program for law students. He has been recognized in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® in America from 2021-2023 in the areas of Commercial Litigation and Litigation – Intellectual Property. Mr. Mooty received his J.D. and B.S. from the University of Alabama.