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Mabry Rogers focuses his practice on complex construction and procurement litigation. He has been with Bradley Arant Boult Cummings since 1975 and worked on some of the most important matters in Alabama, the Southeast and around the country over the past several decades. Rogers is a member of the American College of Construction Lawyers, named a leading lawyer by Best Lawyers and Chambers USA. He holds a B.A. (cum laude) from Yale University and a J.D. (cum laude) from Harvard Law School. View articles by Mabry

COVID-19 in the Workspace: Is Enough Enuf?You’ve been to the webinars about COVID-19. You’ve read the trade publication tips. You’ve implemented measures to protect your workers. You’re ahead of the game, right? Well, you’re certainly ahead of the sheriff who reportedly instructed his employees not to wear masks in the office. If a visitor enters Sheriff Billy Wood’s office with a

Contract, Project, and Arbitration in Florida? State Has Personal Jurisdiction Over Action to Enforce Arbitration AwardOn June 24, 2020, in Sayers Constr., LLC v. Timberline Constr., Inc., et al., a Florida District Court of Appeal affirmed a trial court’s denial of a contractor’s motion to dismiss. The contractor moved to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction in a dispute with a subcontractor over confirmation of an arbitration award. The

Arbitration Clause Requiring Arbitrators to Render a Decision within 30 Days from Their Appointment? Superfast Decision?Ever wonder about a superfast arbitration procedure in a contract that you have been given? An arbitration clause requiring an arbitration panel to issue a decision within 30 days of being selected for the panel was recently challenged on a construction project in the Carolinas. Our firm was asked to provide assistance in handling a