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Butler Snow expands law practice into Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE – 256 Today called it in the weekly OTR – indeed, Butler Snow has expanded into Huntsville with an office at 200 West Side Square in Huntsville.

The practice includes 23 attorneys, nine staff members, managers, paralegals, legal assistants and marketing staff.

Huntsville will be the firm’s third location in Alabama after Montgomery and Birmingham.

Butler Snow’s Bill Lunsford in the Huntsville office (Butler Snow contributed)

“It’s an honor that this team of exceptional attorneys is joining Butler Snow, and it is a true testament to our culture of teamwork and our client-first approach,” said Christopher Maddux, chair of Butler Snow. “They share our commitment to client service and will be true assets to the firm.

“We have also long viewed Huntsville as a key market with great potential. Huntsville is an ideal location, positioned near our Birmingham and Nashville offices. These additions will greatly benefit clients and help facilitate the firm’s future growth strategies.”

Attorneys joining Butler Snow in the Huntsville office are David Block, Allison Cain, Isom Carden, Dan Chism, William Cranford, Jon Holland, Harper Lanier, Bill Lunsford, Melissa Marler, Matthew Moore, Matt Parker, John Parker, Jr., Lynette Potter, Matthew (Matt) Reeves, Leslie Caren Sharpe, Reave Shewmake, Zane Stafford, Kenneth Steely, Andrew Toler, Allie Tucker, Ariel Wetzel and Daniel Wilson.

Anne Adams Hill will join the firm’s Montgomery office location.

Christopher R. Maddux, chair of Butler Snow in Huntsville (Butler Snow contributed)

“Butler Snow’s reputation as a firm with a truly collaborative client-focused culture was attractive to us and we know that it will be to our clients as well,” said Leslie Caren Sharpe, who is joining the firm’s Finance, Real Estate & Restructuring Group. “We couldn’t be happier to join such an innovative and unique firm.”

Butler Snow offers a full range of business and litigation services, the firm said.

With this latest addition, the firm adds increased depth and breadth across many legal practice areas, further benefiting local, regional and national clients.

Leslie Sharpe, Butler Snow Huntsville (Butler Snow contributed)

“Our entire team is excited to join Butler Snow, and is looking forward to combining our expertise and resources to enhance the services we can offer our clients,” said Bill Lunsford, who will become part of the firm’s litigation practice, continuing to litigate on behalf of various state agencies across the country. “This is a great cultural fit and one that matches up well with our practices and clients.”

Butler Snow’s team approach to serving clients lets the firm use key resources from across its footprint to strategically align legal experience with specific client needs. As a result, clients benefit by receiving efficient and innovative solutions that target the increasingly complex challenges they face every day.

This integrated approach is reinforced by the firm’s removal of critical barriers that are typically preventative of a truly collaborative culture.

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