Sirote Welcomes Three New Attorneys to Birmingham Office
Sirote & Permutt is pleased to welcome three new attorneys. Sirote attorneys Alex Ash, Jordan Jackson, and Meghan Salvati will join the firm’s Birmingham office, in which they have previously worked at Sirote in recent years as summer associates. Click here to view all the attorneys.
Sirote Attorney Alex Ash works in the firm’s Corporate Tax Practice Group where he will assist clients in a broad range of corporate matters, including corporate structure, formation and reorganization, contract negotiation, and mergers and acquisitions. He has worked for several local companies, including a political consulting firm as a campaign coordinator and law firms in a diverse range of practice areas. Alex graduated cum laude with a BA in Political Science and a minor in economics from the University of Alabama and magna cum laude with a J.D. from the University of Mississippi School of Law. He served on the Dean’s Leadership Council, was an Associate Cases Editor of the Mississippi Law Journal, and received the Outstanding Student Award in Federal Jurisdiction while in law school and was involved in leadership positions for various student groups and honor societies in his undergraduate years. Alex’s article (Click here), “It’s Your Money and We Want It Now: Regulation for the Structured Settlement Factoring Industry in the Era of Dodd-Frank,” was published in the Mississippi Law Journal this year.
Sirote Attorney Jordan Jackson joins the firm’s Corporate Health Practice Group. In addition to having clerked at Sirote & Permutt in the health care area, Jordan also worked at Gilpin Givhan, PC, and for the Alabama Attorney General. Jordan earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at the University of Alabama and her Master of Science degree in Biotechnology at the University of Alabama – Birmingham. During her studies, she researched in the areas of molecular biology and neuropsychology. Jordan graduated with a J.D. from Cumberland School of Law in the top 4% of her class. While at Cumberland, Jordan was a research editor for the Cumberland Law Review and was a Scholar of Merit in five areas: Health Care Delivery Systems; Civil Procedure II; Contracts II; Taxation of Nonprofit Organizations; and Natural Resources Law. She was also a member of the Intellectual Property Law Society and a Judge Abraham Caruthers Fellow. Jordan’s article, “Religious Exercise and Contraceptive Coverage: The Substantial Burden of Accommodations,” will be published in the Cumberland Law Review this fall.
Sirote Attorney Meghan Salvati represents clients in Sirote’s Litigation Practice Group. She has interned for the Union County Counsel Office (New Jersey) for two consecutive summers, worked for the United States Attorney’s Office (Newport News, VA) as a fall extern, and worked as a law clerk for the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office (Alabama). She graduated with distinction with a Bachelor of Arts from the Pennsylvania State University, where she majored in history and minored in philosophy. During her undergraduate years, Meghan was a Phi Beta Kappa scholar; was named to the Dean’s List; and participated in Penn State Club Swimming. She received her J.D. from William and Mary Law School, where she participated in the Family Law Clinic and the Public Service Fund.
To find out more about Sirote’s Summer Associate Program, click here.