Jeremy W. Richter

Shareholder | Birmingham
March 18, 2019By KdrjTSv1zt

Recent Publications

  • “Aligning Your Tactics with Your Client’s Objectives,” Attorney at Work (July 31, 2017).
  • “Identifying Improper Requests for Admission,” Vol. 33 Alabama Defense Lawyers Association Journal(Spring 2017).
  • “Track These Performance Metrics to Improve Client Relations,” Attorney at Work (May 2, 2017).
  • “The Admissibility of Post-Accident Drug and Alcohol Screens,” Vol. 32 Alabama Defense Lawyers Association Journal (Fall 2016).
  • “Considering the Scaly Side of “‘Beyond Compliance,'” 9 Claims Management 3 (September 2016).
  • “Driving While Exposed: The Applicability of the HIPAA Privacy Rule to DOT Medical Examination Records,” 5 Claims Management 3 (March 2016).
  • “Parsing Pell to Provide Context: What Constitutes an Unusual Obstacle or Obstruction?” Vol. 31Alabama Defense Lawyers Association Journal  (Fall 2015).​

When approaching cases, my priority is to collaborate with clients to achieve efficient and effective results by way of tenacious advocacy. I strive to align my tactics and objectives with my client’s goals in handling cases. I enjoy the various aspects of litigation, ranging from strategy and planning that go into research and brief writing, to the in-person chess matches that take place during depositions and trial.

It is important to me to keep my clients and myself informed of trends and developments in Alabama law so we can most effectively evaluate and prosecute cases to the best possible result. To that end, I regularly write articles in trade publications and author a law blog that focuses on insurance defense and practice management topics. Most recently, I have written a book, Building a Better Law Practice.

When I’m not in the office, I can almost certainly be found with my wife Anna and children Jack and Caroline. We love playing outside and going to the zoo. On the occasions that I’m not at work and not with my family, I’m probably running or fly fishing.​