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Providing Legal Direction Throughout Alabama and Beyond Since 1941...


Hand Arendall provides its clients with legal services in all areas of traditional civil practice. The firm was organized in 1941 and has more than 70 lawyers, making it one of the largest law firms in the State of Alabama. The firm has a fundamental commitment to providing quality legal services in a timely and cost-effective manner. Cases and projects are staffed with the goal of achieving success for the client with maximum efficiency. With offices in Mobile, Birmingham, Fairhope and Athens, Alabama, Hand Arendall is uniquely situated among the Southeast's major law firms to provide legal direction to clients throughout Alabama, Mississippi and the Panhandle of Florida.


Firm News


Monday, Aug 18th, 2014
33 Lawyers Named to The Best Lawyers in America© 2015


Hand Arendall LLC is pleased to announce that 33 lawyers have been listed in The Best Lawyers in America© 2015.

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Monday, Aug 18th, 2014
Four Hand Arendall Members Named Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers


The attorneys selected as “Lawyers of the Year” are: J. Hodge Alves, III, Mobile, Admiralty and Maritime Law; Brooks P. Milling, Mobile, Corporate Law W. Alexander Moseley, Mobile, Litigation - Construction George M. Walker, Mobile, Employment Law - Management

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Friday, Aug 1st, 2014
Caine O'Rear Featured in Business Alabama


In the August 2014 issue, Caine O'Rear discusses where to start if your firm faces a bet-the company lawsuit in the article Your Company on the Line.

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Tuesday, Jul 15th, 2014
Hand Arendall Attorneys Attend Farnborough Airshow


Members Roger Bates, Preston Bolt and Caine O’Rear were part of the team that attended the Farnborough International Airshow to again promote Alabama to businesses.

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Thursday, Jun 19th, 2014
Waggoner and Morgan Appear Before U.S. Supreme Court


Mark Waggoner and Jennifer Morgan recently represented a former college president, Dr. Steve Franks, in a First Amendment case before the United States Supreme Court.

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