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880 Montclair Road Suite 100 Birmingham, AL 35213
Connie Shannon
Legal Assistant
bio image Sarah Redmond

Sarah is a member of the LGWM Labor and EmploymentPractice Group. Sarah represents corporate and individual employers againstvaried claims of race discrimination, age discrimination, genderdiscrimination, national origin discrimination, religious discrimination,disability discrimination, sexual harassment and retaliation arising underTitle VII and other federal and state statutes. The remainder of Sarah’spractice is devoted to General Liability and Environmental Law. She hasexperience defending clients involving commercial construction disputes,architects, engineers, product defects, premises liability and personal injuryclaims.

Professional Profile
- Member, Alabama Bar Association
- Member, Litigation Section
  • All Alabama State Courts
  • The United States District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Alabama

The University of Alabama School of Law, J.D. (2016)
- Senior Editor for the Alabama Law Review
- National Trial Team Member
- Recipient, CALI Award for Excellence: Family Law II

Samford University, B.A. in History, cum laude (2013)
- Dean's List
- Phi Alpha Theta Honors Society; Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society; Gamma
  Sigma Alpha Honor Society
- Student Government Association
  • Underwriters at Lloyds v. Southern Roof--Represented Roofing Consultant with respect to alleged faulty construction that allegedly led to damaged pharmaceutical products in a commercial building in La Vergne, Tennessee.
  • Mary Spencer v. Jason Black—Represented restauranteur with regard to a claim of negligence brought by a customer that allegedly led to personal injuries on the premises.
  • Shelia Milstead v. Bonide Products, Inc.—Represented company that manufactured Home and Garden Products from AEMLD claims.
  • Avant Garde Homeowners’ Association v. Roach busters—Represented company arising out of claims for breach of contract and negligence for alleged failure to comply with contracts related to rodent and termite prevention.
  • Stephen Cook and Timothy Brady v. Contractor Service—Represented Construction Company against claims by their employees with regard to the Alabama’s Employer liability Act.
  • Dolbeer v. 3M Company—Represented manufacturing facility alleged to have contaminated 150 homeowners properties through the migration of particulate emissions as a result of development of a waste water treatment facility