Mediation: The firm's attorneys are available to serve as mediators and arbitrators or to provide consulting services on an hourly fee basis. Wallace, Jordan, Ratliff & Brandt is also willing to establish retainer relationships under which the firm’s attorneys provide dispute resolution services at reduced rates.
Mediations will be conducted under the Alabama Civil Court Mediation Rules, unless the parties agree otherwise.
Banking & Finance: The firm’s banking attorneys advise banks, mortgage companies, and other financial institutions of all sizes, both within and outside the state of Alabama.
The firm also serves as local counsel for banks from other states. Lawyers in the group represent lenders and borrowers in financing transactions of all types, including: commercial mortgages, asset-based lending, tax credits for low income housing, and letter of credit transactions.
Construction Law: The construction law practice group of Wallace Jordan handles a full range of legal issues related to all aspects of a construction project. The attorneys working in this area represent owners, developers, design professionals, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers in all areas related to the construction industry. Some of these areas are...
Our attorneys also provide general corporate, business, tax, and estate advice to businesses engaged in the construction industry.
Appellate: Wallace, Jordan, Ratliff & Brandt has an extensive appellate-litigation practice with experienced attorneys. Our attorneys have appeared in well over a hundred appellate proceedings.
These attorneys handle cases before both state and federal courts of appeals, including the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, the Supreme Court of Alabama, and many more.
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