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T. Proctor

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Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP

Alabama, USA
    Local Time: Thursday 03:30

Practice Expertise

  • Litigation
  • Complex Business Litigation
  • Class Actions
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Areas of Practice

  • Class Actions
  • Complex Business Litigation
  • Litigation
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Profile

Brooks Proctor represents clients in a broad range of litigation matters, including contract disputes, business torts, general commercial litigation, and class actions. He has handled a variety of cases in both federal and state courts and has experience in all stages of litigation.

Brooks graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law (magna cum laude), where he was a member of the Alabama Law and Psychology Review. He was also a Hugo Black Scholar and a member of the John A. Campbell Moot Court Board. Brooks received his Bachelor of Arts from Washington and Lee University.

Bar Admissions

  • Alabama, 2016

Education

  • University of Alabama School of Law, J.D., 2016, magna cum laude; Hugo Black Scholar; Senior Editor, Alabama Law and Psychology Review; John A. Campbell Moot Court Board
  • Washington & Lee University, B.A., 2012

Areas of Practice

  • Class Actions
  • Complex Business Litigation
  • Litigation

Blogs

Declassified

The Declassified blog offers commentary and insights on the latest class action suits, significant class action opinions, relevant changes to laws and rules, and important class action trends. Declassified covers topics ranging from significant Supreme Court and appellate court decisions regarding class certification requirements to proposed or enacted legislation, rules and regulations that impact class action litigation to key industry developments that may indirectly impact class action...

Patent 213

Patent law, like most things in life, is subject to change. Changes to patent laws not only impact investment in your existing IP, but directly shape strategies to protect your freedom to operate. The Patent 213 blog provides up-to-date, insightful analysis of the evolution in the written description and enablement requirements of 35 USC 112 and the subject matter eligibility requirements of 35 USC 101. The Patent 213 blog analyzes key decisions from the district courts and the Federal Circuit,...

The Law of Order

Bradley’s The Law of Order blog serves as a general parliamentary procedure resource, providing information about creation and revision of governing documents (constitutions, bylaws, or rules), application of Robert’s Rules of Order and other procedural authorities in a variety of contexts (such as nonprofits, political parties, homeowners associations, unions, churches, trade associations), and leadership of any type of organizational meeting. In an effort to make all things parliamentary more...

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