Sirote & Permutt Announces Marcus M. Maples and Kelli F. Robinson as New Shareholders
The law firm of Sirote & Permutt, PC is pleased to announce that Marcus M. Maples and Kelli F. Robinson have become shareholders in the firm.
“We are delighted to welcome Marcus and Kelli as shareholders of Sirote & Permutt,” says John Cooper, CEO. “They are excellent attorneys, dedicated to our clients and the practice of law, and committed to our community and the law firm. Marcus and Kelli will continue Sirote's tradition of delivering excellent client service and legal representation.”
Maples and Robinson practice out of the law firm’s Birmingham office.
About Marcus M. Maples
Maples represents clients in general business and commercial litigation matters. He works with life, health, disability and long-term care insurance companies in bad faith and ERISA related issues, and also represents shareholders, officers and directors in shareholder derivative claims. Maples serves on the Executive Committee of the Young Lawyers Section for the Alabama State Bar Association and is an active member of the Defense Research Institute (DRI). He serves on the Board of Trustees for Farrah Law Society and is the founder and coach of the Miles College Mock Trial Team. Maples earned his J.D. from The University of Alabama School of Law and his B.A. from the University of North Alabama.
About Kelli F. Robinson
Robinson is a member of the Health Care Law Consulting Group at Sirote. She advises clients in the areas of health care law, corporate compliance, administrative law and business law. Robinson represents numerous physicians, physician groups and health care organizations on matters involving regulatory issues, formation and operations. Prior to practicing law, she had 12 years of corporate human resources experience with such companies as Parisian, HealthSouth, Compass Bank and Humana. Robinson is a member of the Birmingham and Alabama State Bar Associations and also the National Association of Women Lawyers. She serves on the Board of Directors for Girls Incorporated of Central Alabama. She earned her J.D. from Cumberland School of Law and her B.S. from Louisiana State University.