Bradley’s Class Action team aggressively and efficiently deals with the unique threats faced by clients in class actions and mass actions. Bradley attorneys serve as national and regional counsel to multinational and regional companies in numerous federal and state class actions, mass actions, and MDLs, cost-effectively scaling and strategically deploying resources and personnel to ensure an outcome that meets or exceeds the client’s expectations. Our lawyers have successfully obtained early dismissals, summary judgments, favorable individual settlements, and denials of class certification for hundreds of clients in a variety of industries, including mortgage servicing, financial services, pharmaceuticals, retailing, manufacturing, and more.
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Michael R. Pennington205.521.8391Email
Mike Pennington has extensive experience in defending high stakes class actions and mass actions of all kinds, including class and mass actions involving mortgage servicing, insurance sales and claims practices, variable annuities, alleged product defects, construction defects, forced-placed insurance, due process and civil rights claims, and statutory damage class actions under the federal statutes such as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), and the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). In addition to chairing Bradley’s Class Action Team, Mike is also chair of DRI’s Class Action Task Force and DRI’s Class Action Specialized Litigation Group. View articles by Mike
John E. Goodman205.521.8476Email
John Goodman has represented clients in complex litigation for more than 25 years. He has tried jury and non-jury cases in state and federal courts in Alabama, throughout the region and beyond. His practice is principally in the area of class action and mass action defense, having served as lead counsel in more than one hundred putative class actions and in more than twenty different states.
Zachary A. Madonia205.521.8013Email
Zac Madonia represents public and private companies, and their officers and directors, in all stages of class action litigation in federal and state courts all over the country. Zac has successfully opposed class certification and obtained dismissal or summary judgment of class claims involving a variety of different legal issues, such as securities fraud, antitrust, and federal and state consumer and debtor protection statutes, and industries, including financial services, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, software, and gaming.
J. Thomas Richie205.521.8348Email
Thomas Richie has defended dozens of class actions involving federal statutory claims, breach-of-contract, negligence, products liability, warranty, data breach, tax and financial services issues. He represents clients across industries, including insurance, retail, construction, defense, pharmaceutical, energy, environmental, finance, wireless communication, and manufacturing.
Dylan C. Black205.521.8296Email
Dylan Black focuses his practice on complex civil litigation in state and federal courts, with particular emphasis on professional liability, class action, state and federal securities fraud cases, and insurance coverage litigation. Dylan’s experience in professional liability litigation includes the defense of public accounting and auditing firms, outside directors, audit committee members, and lawyers in a variety of cases. View articles by Dylan
Jamie L. Moore205.521.8045Email
Jamie Moore’s practice is concentrated on insurance litigation, class action and general litigation. Jamie has defended life, health and disability insurers and annuity companies in complex litigation including policyholder disputes, agent cases, contract claims, and fraud, bad faith and other tort actions in federal and state courts nationwide. She has defended insurance companies in numerous class actions, and is actively involved in the American Council of Life Insurers.
Darrell C. Tucker II205.521.8356Email
Darrell Tucker is focused mainly on representing construction, insurance, and pharmaceutical and medical device companies in commercial disputes, class actions and mass tort litigation. Darrell is known for his ability to understand the industry-specific details inherent in the often multi-faceted process of complex litigation. He represents his clients in numerous states, counseling them on risk management, litigation-related due diligence, and preparing and defending witnesses for depositions.