The members of the Bradley Construction Practice Group have spent decades representing a broad range of construction industry clients around the country and the world, providing a wealth of practical, hands-on business and legal experience to develop solutions for the challenges our clients confront every day.
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E. Mabry Rogers205.521.8225Email
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
J. David Pugh205.521.8314Email
David Pugh represents owners, general contractors, subcontractors, engineers, architects, insurance companies and sureties throughout the United States. He advises clients at every stage of a construction project: conception, planning, performance and closeout. David drafts and negotiates contracts for several large scale projects, and he participates in trials, hearings, appellate arguments, mediations and arbitrations in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Mexico, among others.
Ryan L. Beaver704.338.6038Email
Ryan Beaver is a partner in the Construction and Litigation practice groups in the Charlotte, North Carolina office. His primary focus is large public and private commercial construction practice disputes. Ryan has extensive experience in representing contractors, subcontractors, and sureties in various state and federal courts, as well as private arbitrations. Ryan also assists clients in drafting and negotiating their construction contracts to meet the client’s specific needs on each project. View articles by Ryan
Amy Elizabeth Garber202.719.8237Email
Amy Garber focuses her practice on construction and government contracts, and has significant experience in commercial litigation. She handles construction, arbitration, and litigation matters in the District of Columbia, Virginia, and the Fourth Circuit. In her construction practice, Amy has represented and counseled contractors in cases involving federal and state Miller Act and complex payment disputes, and effected removal, settlement, and/or dismissal of various claims. View articles by Amy
Meet Our Recent Blog Contributors
Ty E. Howard615.252.2376Email
Ty Howard brings the perspective of a former state and federal prosecutor to defending and counseling businesses and individuals involved in government investigations, compliance matters, False Claims Act and whistleblower cases, related business litigation, and white-collar criminal matters. As a litigator and chair of Bradley’s Government Enforcement and Investigations group, he works collaboratively with clients, across many industries, to find creative solutions to their compliance needs, to conduct sensitive investigations and negotiations, and—when necessary—to mount a vigorous defense.
Brad Robertson works with clients facing government investigations and litigations, dealing with whistleblower allegations and qui tam actions, and planning compliance programs to prevent these occurrences in the first place. He helps his clients navigate compliance and potential liability under the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute and FIRREA, in addition to other areas of health care fraud and abuse, financial/mortgage fraud, and white collar criminal law. View articles by Brad
Frederic L. Smith Jr.205.521.8486Email
Frederic Smith has nearly 20 years of experience representing businesses in M&A transactions, contract negotiations, joint venture transactions and financing transactions. In addition to his transactional practice, Frederic serves as outside general counsel to several privately held and family-owned businesses. View articles by Frederic
David K. Taylor615.252.2396Email
Finding out what’s best for the client has been David Taylor’s approach to practicing law for more than 30 years. David chairs the firm’s construction group in its Nashville office, and has for over 30 years been a commercial litigator, with an emphasis on construction and real estate dispute resolution. David has a national construction practice representing all participants in the construction industry, and is recognized as one of the leading construction lawyers in Tennessee and the southeast. View articles by David
Aron C. Beezley202.719.8254Email
Aron Beezley’s practice is focused primarily on government contracts law. Ranked nationally in Government Contracts Law by Chambers in 2019, named one of the “Top Attorneys Under 40” nationwide in Government Contracts Law by Law360 in 2016-2017, and listed in Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” in Government Contracts Law in 2014-2019, Aron’s vast experience includes representation of government contractors in a variety of industries and in all aspects of the government-contracting process, including negotiation, award, performance and termination. View articles by Aron
Patrick R. Quigley202.719.8279Email
Patrick Quigley’s practice is focused on litigating bid protests, contract claims, prime/subcontractor disputes, and small business size protests/appeals at the Government Accountability Office, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, boards of contract appeals, federal agencies, the Small Business Administration, and state courts. He conducts internal investigations and defends clients in False Claims Act litigation, government investigations, and suspension and debarment actions. Patrick conducts due diligence reviews of and advises on the government-contract aspects of business transactions, and counsels on procurement law compliance, federal employee ethics rules, teaming agreements, and conflict-of-interest mitigation plans.
Sarah Sutton Osborne256.517.5127Email
Sarah Osborne’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation. Within the Construction and Government Contracts Practice Group, Sarah has experience defending construction disputes and represents government contractors in prosecuting and defending bid protests before the Government Accountability Office and the United States Court of Federal Claims.
Lisa Markman focuses her practice on construction litigation and government contracts. Lisa has experience in complex litigation, representing general contractors and subcontractors across a range of public and private projects both domestically and abroad. In her construction practice, she has represented and counseled contractors in cases involving federal and state Miller Act claims, requests for equitable adjustment, mechanic’s liens, delay claims and surety disputes.
Carly Miller is a litigator representing clients in a variety of industries, with a focus on construction, government contracting and energy. She has experience in construction disputes, in both litigation and arbitration, across the United States and abroad, including Alabama, California, Tennessee, Illinois, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Arizona, Puerto Rico, Panama, Mexico and Chile. Carly also advises construction clients in contract negotiation and contract administration during the performance of construction contracts.