Education
  • Duke University School of Law
    J.D., 2014, Duke Law Journal
  • The University of Alabama
    B.S., 2011, Electrical Engineering with the Computer Engineering option, minors in Computer Science and Mathematics, summa cum laude
Bar Admissions
  • Alabama, 2014
About Brandi
Q&A
  • What types of clients do you represent?

    I represent a variety of clients, both individuals and entities. In my estate planning practice, I represent individuals seeking assistance in preparing their own estate plans by preparing wills, powers of attorney, and living wills. I also have experience in assisting individuals during estate administration, both as beneficiaries and executors of an estate.

    In contrast, in the intellectual property and antitrust areas, I primarily represent business entities. In my intellectual property practice, I have provided assistance to both for-profit and non-profit entities, ranging from primarily local organizations and groups focused on the State of Alabama to entities operating across multiple states. Similarly, in the antitrust area, I have represented a range of entities, including public utilities and commercial businesses operating across the U.S. 

  • What type of matters do you work on most often?
  • What previous experiences, prior to your work at Balch, influence your practice?
MORE ABOUT Brandi
  • Privacy policy: Served as counsel to a mobile application developer in the preparation of a nationwide compliant privacy policy, including providing counsel as to compliance with disclosure requirements under California's Shine the Light law. (2015)
  • Estate litigation: Assisted in the removal of the personal representative of an estate in Jefferson County Circuit Court due to extensive and ongoing breaches of fiduciary duty. (2014 and 2015)
  • Resale price maintenance: Assisted in analyzing and providing counsel as to current resale price maintenance laws across a multitude of states throughout the U.S. (2014 and 2015)
  • Hart-Scott-Rodino filing: Assisted an investment fund in complying with obligations under the Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification program triggered by the purchase of an electric power generation facility. (2016)
Education
  • Duke University School of Law, J.D., 2014, Duke Law Journal
  • The University of Alabama, B.S., 2011, Electrical Engineering with the Computer Engineering option, minors in Computer Science and Mathematics, summa cum laude
Bar Admissions
  • Alabama, 2014
Professional Affiliations
  • Estate Planning Council of Birmingham
  • Magic City Bar Association