Beth is a Shareholder and member of the following Corporate Practice Groups: Real Estate; Intellectual Property & Technology; Corporate, Securities & Tax; Energy & Natural Resources; and Health Care.
Her Real Estate and Intellectual Property practices are concentrated in several highly regulated industries, including health care, financial and insurance, and energy and natural resources. Beth leverages her deep industry knowledge and extensive corporate law experience to provide clients with complex transactional and contracting services tailored to meet their business needs.
Beth’s practice is uniquely suited to serve the Real Estate needs of our clients, particularly those in the health care and energy & natural resources industries. She regularly represents buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants and developers in real estate matters, including, acquisition, development, financing, land use planning, zoning, annexation and leasing matters. Her extensive experience with the regulatory issues facing health care providers allows her to handle real estate transactions and related matters for several hospitals, medical office developers and individual physician groups. Beth represents several mineral, mining and timber clients, and she regularly advises them on all of their real estate matters, including compliance with zoning, land use and mining regulations.
She recently has represented several large landowners in negotiations with solar project developers who are taking advantage of the extension of federal tax credits and increasing demand for alternative energy projects. She also advises real estate development clients on the licensing requirements of the Alabama Board of General Contractors.
Beth’s Intellectual Property practice includes licensing work for clients that own and want to monetize their intellectual property as well as clients that are acquiring intellectual property rights for use in their businesses. Her clients include software and technology vendors, data center operators, manufacturers and several large health care, financial and insurance clients. She uses her regulatory knowledge to assist clients in structuring agreements to license, sell, acquire and protect intellectual property rights while complying with regulations protecting sensitive health and financial information.
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