Brannon's Profile

Brannon is a Shareholder in Maynard’s Insurance & Financial Services Litigation practice group.

Brannon represents insurance and financial services companies in a variety of complex litigation matters. His practice focuses primarily on defending life, disability, and property/casualty insurers against claims for breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, and bad faith failure to pay/investigate. Brannon regularly represents and advises clients on matters involving insurance coverage, insurance and securities sales practices, fraudulent insurance claims, and rescission actions based on misrepresentations in the procurement process. Brannon also has extensive experience defending brokerage firms against claims relating to suitability, churning, and other alleged sales practice violations.

In addition to his work in the insurance and financial services arena, Brannon has represented the Firm’s business clients in a wide range of commercial disputes.

Brannon received his J.D. summa cum laude from Cumberland School of Law and B.B.A from the University of Georgia.

Brannon's Accolades

  • Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Star” (2021)

Admissions

State Bar: Alabama

U.S. District Court: Alabama (Northern, Middle, Southern)

U.S. Court of Appeals: Ninth Circuit

Education
  • Cumberland School of Law, Samford University
    • (2013, J.D., summa cum laude; Judge Abraham Caruthers Fellow; Judge James Edward Horton Inn of Court, Pupil; Dean’s Merit Scholarship Recipient; Scholar of Merit; Cumberland Law Review, Copy Editor)

  • University of Georgia
    • (2007, B.B.A., Marketing)

Monday, January 3, 2022

Maynard Elevates Ten Attorneys to Shareholder

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (January 3, 2022) — Maynard & Gale (Maynard) is pleased to announce the promotion of ten attorneys to shareholder, effective January 1, 2022. The Firm’s new shareholders include Alina Arbuthnot, Caroleene Dobson, Baker Findley, Charles Fleischmann, Mitchell Greggs, Josh Hess, Brandt Hill, Brannon Parker, Rich Pugh, and Ann...

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