Mason Davis Featured in the Birmingham News
Joseph Ritchey, a Sirote & Permutt, PC shareholder,l introduced Mr. Davis, who shared his personal testimony about growing up and forming a family business in the time of a segregated Birmingham.
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Mr. Davis is deeply committed to the promotion of religious and racial tolerance in our community. He was involved in some of the most significant controversies in the civil rights struggle and was pictured on the cover of Time magazine in recognition of his conspicuous contributions in advancing racial reconciliation.
At Sirote, Mr. Davis has a long, distinguished career representing clients in business, antitrust, securities and product liability litigation, as well as life, health and surety company defense. He also has extensive experience before Insurance Regulatory Departments and Commissions and has participated in numerous trials in both state and federal courts. A Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney, Mr. Davis is also listed in the Best Lawyers in America for Public Finance Law and Best of U.S. Inc. for Commercial Litigation. He previously served as President of the Birmingham Bar Association and on the Board of Bar Commissioners for the Alabama State Bar. In 2009, he was presented an honorary doctorate by the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Mr. Ritchey represents various individuals and businesses, including physicians, physician networks, multi-specialty physician practices, health care organizations, healthcare ventures, food businesses, retail and wholesale businesses and other concerns. He chairs the firm's Corporate and Tax Group and is also a member of the Health Care Law Consulting Group. Mr. Ritchey is an AV rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell and in listed in Alabama Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America for Health Care & Tax Law.
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