Burr & Forman Welcomes a New Associate in its Nashville Office

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Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 10, 2016 - Burr & Forman LLP announces the addition of Nashville-based associate Payton Bradford to the firm's Commercial Litigation practice. His addition is part of Burr & Forman's continued expansion in Nashville, where it recently added Real Estate counsel John Rogers tripling its attorney count over the last 18 months.

During law school, Bradford served as editor-in-chief of the Georgia Law Review, co-chaired the annual Protect Athens Music Conference, and served as a research assistant for Professor Elizabeth Chamblee Burch on issues related to multidistrict litigation and common benefit attorneys' fees.

Bradford earned both his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Georgia.

Burr & Forman's Commercial Litigation practice represents corporate clients in commercial disputes and is based on striving for a complete understanding of clients' businesses and goals, which better enables the team to assist with litigation prevention strategies. The attorneys in the practice have extensive trial and arbitration experience along with a track record for achieving favorable results, and regularly try commercial cases in the Southeast and across the country.

Burr & Forman's experienced legal team serves clients with local, national, and international legal needs. With particular industry strengths in the financial institutions, health care and manufacturing sectors, the firm's attorneys draw from a diverse range of backgrounds and experience to serve as trusted business advisors and legal counsel to help clients achieve their goals. Burr & Forman is a Southeast, regional firm with nearly 300 attorneys and 10 offices in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and Tennessee. For more information, visit the firm's website at www.burr.com.

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