Fulton County Daily Report Honors Brad Harmon as “On the Rise” Attorney

BHarmon-7050editedIMG1-OPTThe Fulton County Daily Report, one of Georgia’s top legal publications, recently honored HunterMaclean partner Bradley M. Harmon as an On the Rise Attorney, adding him to the elite list of the Peach State’s leading lawyers under the age of 40.

The complete list of honorees is published in today’s edition of the Fulton County Daily Report and can be viewed at www.dailyreportonline.com. Winners were nominated and selected based upon their contributions to law in Georgia.

“Brad is an outstanding attorney offering exceptional legal counsel in areas ranging from logistics to business litigation,” said Frank S. Macgill, HunterMaclean’s managing partner. “The firm congratulates Brad on this impressive honor.”  

Harmon has practiced extensively in business litigation and personal injury defense, successfully representing hospitals, financial institutions, industrial materials manufacturers and other businesses in commercial disputes and OSHA claims. He has defended medical care providers, trucking companies, manufacturers and other businesses in personal injury and products liability lawsuits and has experience in complex antitrust class actions and construction litigation. As chair of the Firm’s logistics practice group, Harmon assists warehousing and logistics clients with their business transaction needs.

Harmon has been repeatedly honored as a Georgia Super Lawyers Rising Star by Atlanta magazine. Earlier this year, Savannah Magazine and Business in Savannah recognized him as a “Generation Next” business leader under the age of 40.

An active community volunteer, Harmon is a member of the board of directors for the Chatham County Live Oak Public Libraries Foundation. He previously served on the United Way of the Coastal Empire’s Campaign Cabinet and on the executive committee of the Savannah Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division.

A native of Sevierville, Tenn., Harmon earned a J.D. from Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law and an undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee.