In addition, Mr. Davis is the office’s subject matter expert on non-compete and trade secret litigation. He has defended and prosecuted these cases across Alabama.
Mr. Davis’ trial experience includes BioTech v. Wilson (2009)(breach of contract and wrongful discharge claim – defense verdict); Smith v. Target (2005) (single plaintiff race case – defense verdict); Bracey v. Target (2005) (retaliatory discharge case – defense verdict); Tom James Clothier v. Greg Brown (2004) (2 non-jury trials resulting in favorable results for client); Shuman v. Alfa Insurance (2002)(age and gender case that settled after first day of trial); Reynolds v. Alfa Insurance (1999)(breach of contract case that settled after four days of trial); Saia v. Alfa Insurance (1997)(state tort lawsuit – defense verdict); Poore v. Southern Natural Gas (1996)(state tort lawsuit –defense verdict); Carpenter v. Del Monte (1994)(race and retaliation case – plaintiff verdict); Samples v. Alfa Insurance (1993)(bench trial – plaintiff verdict).
Earlier in his legal career, Mr. Davis was a Judicial Clerk for Judge Robert B. Propst, U.S. District Court, Birmingham, Alabama from August 1992 to August 1993. Mr. Davis earned his J.D. from the Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama in 1992. He was a Cordell Hull Teaching Fellow and wrote the Best Paper in Antitrust in the fall of 1991 for the Cumberland Law Review. In 1989, Mr. Davis received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.