Allen Bradley focuses on corporate and technology law; corporate finance and private securities; corporate and partnership tax; executive and other non-qualified compensation; and wills, trusts and estate law. He is also involved with renewable energy and sustainability initiatives and has assisted clients with regard to renewable energy projects and the structuring of philanthropic financing concerning renewable energy projects for non-profit organizations. In addition, Allen represents clients in the healthcare and hospitality industries.
Allen is AV® Peer Review Rated in the Martindale-Hubbell® Law Directory and was selected as the Solar Advocate of the Year (2020) by the Georgia Solar Association. Prior to joining Trusted Counsel, Mr. Bradley was a Partner at Stites & Harbison. Before that, he was vice president and general counsel for a technology company in Atlanta, Georgia and began his legal career at the Atlanta law firm of Morris, Manning and Martin. Allen lives in Atlanta with his wife Lila Bradley.
INTERESTS OUTSIDE OF LAW
Allen enjoys canoeing and sea kayaking. His longest trip was 150 miles down Georgia’s coast. He is also proud to have been a Canoe guide in Canada.
- LL.M., New York University School of Law
- J.D., University of Georgia School of Law, cum laude
- B.A., University of Georgia, magna cum laude
- Atlanta Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Georgia Bar Association
- Atlanta Tax Forum
- Georgia Solar Energy Association – Former Board Member
- Public Policy & Incentives Working Group of the Georgia Solar Energy Association
- Atlanta Boy Scout Troop Leader Advisor
- Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA)
PRESENTATIONS, PUBLICATIONS, ETC.
- Co-author (click to read) “Tax Reform: Why the Right Business Structure Is Vital for Tech Startups.” February, 2019.
- Contributor of Southface’s 2018 white paper “Solar for Georgia’s Nonprofits.”
- Solar Power Southeast Conference 2015 – Spoke with regard to structuring the financing of solar power projects in order to utilize tax incentives (May 2015)