On September 30, 2014, the Alabama Supreme Court issued an important decision regarding which financial institution will bear the burden of a check encoding error under the check-encoding warranty found in Alabama’s U.C.C. Article 4. According to the Alabama Supreme Court, this case is truly a case of first impression as there are no reported
Adam is a Partner in Balch & Bingham’s Birmingham office. Adam’s practice primarily centers on financial services litigation, general commercial litigation, and appellate litigation in both federal and state court. Adam has represented lenders in a variety of contexts, including suits regarding real estate title disputes, card processing disputes, promissory note disputes, and securities-related disputes.