George Parker is a partner in Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group and represents clients in a variety of matters in both state and federal courts. His practice focuses on pharmaceutical and medical device, product liability, mass tort and class action matters. In his nearly 20 years of practice, George has spent a significant portion of his career representing Fortune 500 pharmaceutical manufacturers and medical device companies in individual and mass tort actions as both national and local counsel in state and federal courts across the country. George has gained a wide range of general commercial litigation experience representing commercial real estate corporations, trucking companies, bus lines, insurance companies and their insureds, as well as financial and credit institutions in matters involving credit card fraud, credit reporting and mortgage-related issues. He currently represents electric cooperatives in class action lawsuits pending in Alabama state courts. He also defended several toxic tort matters for clients in various industries and has represented a restaurant chain in premises liability, product liability and employment matters. He has tried, arbitrated and mediated numerous cases for his clients.
George is active in national, state, and local bar organizations. He is a member of the Alabama State Bar Board of Bar Commissioners for the 15th Circuit (Montgomery, Alabama) and is a member of its Executive Committee. He previously has served as president of both the Alabama State Bar Young Lawyers Section and the Montgomery County Young Lawyers Section. He is presently serving on several ABA/TIPS committees, including the Membership, Outreach to Young Lawyers, and Business Litigation Committees.
George is listed in The Best Lawyers in America® in the areas of Product Liability, Commercial Litigation and Insurance Litigation and was recognized as Montgomery’s “Lawyer of the Year” for Product Liability in 2021 and for Insurance Litigation in 2022. He also is listed in Mid-South Super Lawyers for General Litigation.