Will grew up in Montgomery Alabama. He graduated from Samford University in 1992 and upon graduation moved to Washington D.C. to serve on the Congressional staff of U.S. Congressman Spencer Bachus of Alabama. From 1993-1996, Will served as the Congressman’s Press Secretary, as well as the Spokesman for the House Banking Committee’s subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation.
Will left Washington in 1996 to attend the University of Alabama School of Law. After graduating, he began working as the Director of Governmental Affairs for the Alabama Credit Union League. He became the Vice President of Governmental and Public Affairs and Staff Counsel, then became the Sr. Vice President of Governmental Affairs and Staff Counsel for the League of Southeastern Credit Unions, which was created by the consolidation of the Alabama and Florida Credit Union Leagues. During his time at the League, Will oversaw the legislative, compliance, political, grassroots, and legal departments of the organizations. In 2012, Will left the League to join the firm.
Will and his wife Elizabeth live in Birmingham, and have two children, Caroline and Christopher.
Megan heads up the firm’s Intellectual Property practice. She regularly handles trademark and copyright matters for the firm’s credit union and CUSO clients including matters before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. She also assists clients with incorporation of non-profits and filing for federal tax exemption for public charities and private foundations. Megan specializes in contract negotiations and drafting, advertising and marketing issues, technology and software license agreements and tax matters.
Norman Snell’s practice focuses on the financial services industry and estate planning. He has been active in every area of the firm’s practice including regulatory compliance and litigation, including class action on behalf of financial institutions. In addition to financial institution representation, Norman regularly assists individuals with a variety of legal problems and their personal estate planning.
Norman earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and received his Juris Doctorate from the Cumberland School of Law. He enjoys the outdoors, sports, travel adventures and community activities. Norman is married, has two sons and is a native of Birmingham.
Ryan is the managing attorney of the firm’s collection, bankruptcy, and foreclosure division. His focus is geared towards assisting his clients with recovery of unsecured debt, representation in Bankruptcy Court for Ch. 7 and Ch. 13 matters, foreclosure of real estate, and recovery of personal property. Ryan additionally provides training and guidance in the areas of account offset, cross-default, cross-collateralization, and FDCPA/TCPA compliance.
Ryan is a native of Alabama. He attended Auburn University for his undergraduate studies, and received his law degree from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law.
Alex is the newest associate to join the team at Kudulis Reisinger Price. He assists clients in a wide array of contractual, power of attorney, and trust related matters. Prior to joining Kudulis Reisinger Price, Alex spent time in the financial sector monitoring and testing funds for compliance with various IRC and SEC regulations.
Born and raised just outside of Lawrence, KS, Alex earned a B.A. in Communication Studies from the University of Kansas. Alex has a J.D. from the University of Alabama School of Law, where he was active in Moot Court, including winning Best Brief at the Florida Bar National Tax Moot Court Competition (2020) and serving on the John A. Campbell Moot Court Board. During law school, he served as an extern for the Hon. Eric F. Melgren of the United States District Court for the District of Kansas. He also received the C. Dallas Sands Dean’s Ambassadors Award (2020).