Maynard Cooper and Gale, a Birmingham based law firm, has announced that they are opening an office in New York City to be led by 3 veteran Intellectual Property attorneys. Since opening their San Francisco office in 2014, they have seen a doubling in size of their office there.
According to the BBJ “Kevin J. Culligan, John P. Hanish and John M. Hintz will practice out of the firm’s office located at the Fred F. French Building, 551 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2000, in New York.”
Citizens of Chilton County haven’t had a hospital or emergency room since 2013. That is about to change with the new St. Vincent’s Chilton County, a $40M new hospital with 30 beds and approximately 130 employees.
Birmingham is known for its sense of community and support for local companies. For the first time, Birmingham Business Journal is looking for these families that represent some of our most beloved businesses.
Throughout the summer and months following, we have seen exponential growth with many small businesses. This proves that Birmingham is on the rise due to investors and the dedicated men and women of the Magic City.
Checkout the inspirational story told by Birmingham’s Woodlawn High School teacher Tashina Lee and her students. Turning vacant lots into natural spaces, the Woodlawn community is working with the Nature Conservancy of Alabama to “return Woodlawn back to it’s glory days.”
Birmingham will become the “Soccer Capital of the South” this weekend with 232 soccer teams from 7-8 different states participating in this year’s Birmingham Bash.
The annual Birmingham Bash Soccer Tournament hosted by the Birmingham United Soccer Association (BUSA) will take place October 1st and 2nd at 7 different venues in Shelby County and Southern Jefferson County.
Where business deals, hangouts, and studying goes on, the coffee shops in Birmingham are a must visit. I heard plenty of how this culture is rising in the “Ham” so I sought after it myself. After being highly caffeinated this past Saturday afternoon, I think back on my journey of Magic City Coffee shops and this is what I find.
Birmingham native and executive director of the Alabama Coastal Foundation (ACF) Mark Berte will be on hand at the Back Forty Brewery in Gadsden this Thursday night, September 29th, 5:00 to 9:00pm for the foundation’s “Connect to Your Coast” tour.
Tonight at 8pm, millions are estimated to be tuned into the first 2016 Presidential debate. Unsurprisingly, that includes college students, especially from UAB. During class discussions, Political Science Professor, A.K. Shauku, found out what his students really wanted to get out of this important debate.