Burr’s John Browning Leads Largest Ever Bench and Bar Conference in Mobile, AL

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Mobile partner John Browning recently served as conference chair of the 31st Annual Bench and Bar Conference for the Mobile and Baldwin County Bar Associations, overseeing all programming and logistics of the conference, the organizations’ largest one since its inception. Also representing Burr & Forman, was Mobile partner Mike Strasavich, serving on a feature panel that covered persuasion in advocacy with Supreme Court justices Sarah Stewart and Jay Mitchell. The entire federal bench for the Southern District participated, featuring Burr & Forman former partner, U.S. District Judge Jeff Beaverstock. Those in attendance included the Alabama Supreme Court, 300 lawyers and nearly 60 judges from South Alabama.

At Burr, Browning is member of the firm’s Torts, Trial and Insurance Practice Section and a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, He is an experienced trial lawyer, having represented businesses and their insurers in cases involving personal injury, wrongful death, and commercial losses arising out of motor vehicle accidents, engineering and construction defects, worksite accidents, product defects, dram shop & social host liability, negligent security, environmental and public nuisance, and general premises liability.

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