When it comes to legal counsel, experience matters. But at Kudulis, Reisinger, and Price, we believe understanding is even more important. Industry understanding. Operational understanding. Procedural understanding. Because when your legal team truly understands your business, you get the right advice quickly and efficiently.
But what does that mean to our clients? It means we don't have to spend a lot of time researching or getting up to speed. There's no learning curve. No "we'll get back to you on that." In the words of one of our attorneys, "we know your questions before you ask them." And we know the answers, too.
All this adds up to something very important to any business: value. Because when you work with Kudulis, Reisinger, and Price, you get a legal partner you can trust to give you the right advice in an expeditious manner. And you get an outstanding return on your legal dollar.
You hear the word relationship all the time in all kinds of industries. But when it comes to legal services, having a strong, enduring relationship with a firm is essential. Again, it's about understanding. Working knowledge. We understand the risks you face. We're aware of your strengths and weaknesses. So all it takes is a phone call or email and we'll get to work. Answering your question, providing an opinion, revising a document — with little or no effort on your part whatsoever. That's a relationship.
When it comes right down to it, we're service providers. Our job is to be available to you to provide quality legal services when you need them. And because it's difficult to anticipate when you might need our advice, we simply make ourselves available to you. Always. In other words, you have unfettered access to a trusted legal partner who understands your business whenever you need it. We are at your service. Period.
We can negotiate a retainer, or fixed annual fee, which is the preferred financial arrangement for many of our clients. That's because with a retainer comes comprehensive, unlimited legal services for a year. Unlimited. For one year. No surprises. No crazy bills. Just simplified budgeting and the confidence of knowing our attorneys are at your disposal whenever you need them. Every institution has different legal needs. Some require regular, ongoing access to legal services, while others might only need them periodically to support internal compliance or legal departments. What's more, budgets for legal services vary greatly from institution to institution. For these reasons, we offer real flexibility when it comes to financial arrangements.
Jonathan’s practice involves supervision of civil litigation for the firm’s representative clients, as well as general regulatory and operational guidance. Jonathan handles a wide assortment of cases, in both federal and state courts, including vendor (contract) disputes, construction disputes, regulatory issues and bond claims.
Jonathan is a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law. He is a member of the Alabama State Bar, Florida State Bar, Louisiana State Bar, Mississippi State Bar, State Bar of Texas and Virginia State Bar. Jonathan has been recognized as a “Top 40 under 40” and “Rising Star” attorney by multiple publications.
Edward has a comprehensive understanding of credit union operations, process and procedures. His practice focuses upon employment matters, real estate and consumer lending, electronic and digital banking, creditor rights and strategic analysis. Edward has been a part of the Credit Union movement for more than 20 years and frequently provides training to credit unions and mortgage companies. He is a past president of the Vestavia Hill Sunrise Rotary Club and the Treasurer of the Leadership Council of the University of Alabama School of Law.
We honor and remember our colleague and friend Shannon Price who lost his battle with cancer in late 2020. Shannon is greatly missed by everyone, most of all by the firm’s clientele. Shannon was known for his personality, love of music, good food and positive attitude for life.
Shannon received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Alabama in 1990 and his law degree from Louisiana State University in 1997. Prior to attending law school, he worked for four years as an operations officer with Hibernia National Bank in New Orleans. Shannon provided general counsel services to financial institutions in the southeast since 1999 and specialized in the areas of financial institution compliance and regulatory law. He was a member of the Alabama State Bar and the Louisiana State Bar.
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