John Mark Goodman

Legal Assistant
Carla Batchelor
P: 205.521.8214

John Mark Goodman has been with Bradley his entire legal career as a member of Bradley’s Litigation and Construction practice groups. He has an engineering degree from Georgia Tech and a law degree from Virginia. John Mark has had the privilege of representing clients throughout the U.S. and abroad in a wide variety of litigation and arbitration matters, including construction disputes, products liability claims, tax appeals, breach of contract/warranty, patent disputes, trade secret theft, and general commercial litigation. 

John Mark represents both plaintiffs and defendants, and has taken many cases to trial. He has handled cases involving less than $10,000, more than $30 billion, and everywhere in between. He enjoys working on all kinds of cases, particularly ones involving complex technical and legal issues.

Notable Matters

In re: National Prescription Opiate Litigation (2020, various jurisdictions)
Representation of national chain pharmacy in opioid cases pending throughout the U.S.

Alto Maipo v. CNM (2020, ICC arbitration seated in Chile)
Obtained $180M award against contractor for default and anticipatory repudiation

Strata Solar v. Hypower, Inc. (2018, North Carolina State Court, unreported)
Defeating delay claim by electrical subcontractor on 100MW solar project after two-week trial.

Hoar/BE&K Children’s Hospital JV v. U.S. Gypsum (2015, Alabama State Court, unreported)
Successful prosecution of warranty claims against caulk supplier on hospital project.

Tucker v. Scrushy, 70 So.3d 289 (Ala. 2011)
Affirming $2.9 billion trial judgment against client’s former CEO for breach of fiduciary duty and fraud.