Savannah Magazine and Business in Savannah recently honored HunterMaclean partner Brad Harmon in the 2013 Generation Next: Rising Stars of Business competition, which recognizes local business and community leaders under the age of 40. Click HERE to read the article in Business in Savannah.
Winners were nominated and selected based upon their extensive business accomplishments and charitable community efforts. Generation Next honorees are featured in the March/April issue of Savannah Magazine and in the March 6 issue of Business in Savannah.
“Brad is an exceptional litigator with a strong commitment to the community,” said Frank S. Macgill, HunterMaclean’s managing partner. “He is a respected leader at HunterMaclean who embodies the firm’s longtime tradition of service.”
Harmon is the hiring partner at HunterMaclean and heads the Logistics practice group. He has extensive experience in business litigation and personal injury defense. He successfully represents hospitals, financial institutions, industrial materials manufacturers and other businesses in commercial disputes and OSHA claims.
Harmon also defends medical care providers, trucking companies, manufacturers and other businesses in personal injury and products liability lawsuits. He has experience in complex antitrust class actions and construction litigation. He has been repeatedly honored as a Georgia Super Lawyers Rising Star by Atlanta magazine.
A dedicated community volunteer, Harmon is a member of the board of directors for the Chatham County Live Oak Public Libraries Foundation and 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.
Originally from Sevierville, Tenn., Harmon earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee and a J.D. from Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law.