Mr. Natter provides representation in complex litigation, strategic consultation in business transactions and construction litigation. Mr. Natter has served as lead counsel in many litigation cases involving fraud, breach of contract and construction liens. Mr. Natter assists clients in understanding and navigating complex corporate matters involving reorganizations, partnership matters, real estate transactions and litigation management.

Mr. Natter has extensive courtroom experience trying both jury and non-jury cases. His courtroom and mediation experience includes cases involving construction litigation, liens, landlord/tenant breach of warranties, fraud and other business torts.
Mr. Natter is on the Federal and State Court lists of approved attorneys as a mediator.

Mr. Natter served on active duty and in reserves of the United States Navy from 1962 to 1998. Notable assignments include Deputy Director of the United States Naval Reserve in Washington and Deputy for Commander of Naval Forces in Europe, retiring as a Rear Admiral, United States Navy.

Current Employment Position:

Senior Partner

Areas of Practice/Litigation:

Commercial Real Estate 
Transactional Real Estate 
Construction Law
Probate and Estate 
Estate Planning Constitutional Law
Business Organizations     Complex Business Litigation

Bar Admissions:
Alabama State Bar – 1974
U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. District Courts
U.S. Court of Appeals


United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, 1962 B.S.
Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, AL, 1973 J.D.
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1993.

Professional Associations:
Birmingham Bar Association
Chairman-Special Assignments Committee;
Task Force on Professionalism;
Legal Referral Committee;
Medical Liaison;
Grievance Committee;
Entertainment Committee;
Fee Arbitration Committee;
Public Speaker’s Bureau

U.S. Naval Institute Foundation
Chairman, Board of Directors, 1996.

American Red Cross
        Birmingham Chapter, Board of Directors, 2006;
        Southern Chapter, Board of Directors, 2005.

John Carroll Educational Foundation
Chairman, Board of Directors, 2006.

Birth Information:
    1939, Schenectany, N.Y.

In accordance with Alabama State Bar requirements, no representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.