OSCAR M. PRICE, IV
Oscar has represented individuals and small business in all types of complex litigation including class actions, mass torts, qui tam actions, and securities fraud cases. Oscar is a member of the state bar of Alabama and has been admitted to multiple federal courts. Prior to starting Price Armstrong, Oscar was a partner in a regional defense firm where he specialized in commercial disputes and regularly litigated cases through trial.
Oscar attended Indian Springs School in Birmingham and continued his education at the University of Alabama where he was member of Omicron Delta Kappa and JASONS Honor Society. After graduation, Oscar received a J.D. from the Alabama School of Law where he served as a Senior Editor for the Alabama Law Review.
Oscar has served on the board of numerous community organizations including Kings Home, Cornerstone Schools of Alabama and Partners in Neighborhood Growth, and is a member of the University of Alabama Student Affairs Leadership Council.
NICHOLAS W. ARMSTRONG
Nick has successfully represented small businesses and consumers in class actions against some of the country’s largest corporations, obtaining multi-million-dollar results for his clients in venues from California to Florida. Nick is a member of the state bars of Alabama and California and has been admitted to multiple federal courts including the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He has been awarded the highest Martindale-Hubbell rating obtainable for ethics and professional ability.
Nick attended Indian Springs School in Birmingham and Wesleyan University in Connecticut. After college, Nick attended the University of Alabama School of Law where he received the Judge Henry Mize scholarship and served as a Senior Editor of the Alabama Law Review. Prior to opening Price Armstrong, LLC, Nick worked for a large defense firm.
JACOB M. TUBBS
Jacob handles a broad range of complex litigation in venues across the country, including class actions, mass torts, and financial fraud litigation, and has a track record of successfully litigating high-value cases through the appellate level.
Jacob serves on the board of directors of Alabama Appleseed, a nonprofit foundation working to identify root causes of injustice and inequality and to develop and advocate for solutions that will improve the lives of all Alabamians. Jacob also serves as a liaison to the ABA Product Liability Chemical Products subcommittee, and is a member of the Birmingham Bar Volunteer Lawyers Program. He is a past member of the Birmingham Bar Association’s Future Leaders Forum, and has served as a technical advisor to the Committee on Workforce Development for the Commission on Existing Industries, appointed by Governor Bob Riley. Jacob is also a USCF competitive cyclist, served on the Board of Directors for the Alabama Bike Racing Association, and is a founding member and President of the Birmingham Velo Race Team.
While at the University of Alabama School of Law, Jacob served on the Managing Board of the Alabama Law Review, and was a member of the John A. Campbell Moot Court Board and the Jessup International Moot Court Team. Jacob was co-winner of the law school’s Campbell Moot Court Competition and was awarded the Order of the Barristers for outstanding oral advocacy. Prior to joining Price Armstrong, Jacob was a partner at a regional defense litigation firm.
Emily represents whistleblowers across the country, advocating for brave individuals willing to expose fraud perpetrated against the federal government in the healthcare, shipping, and environmental sectors. With her colleagues at Price Armstrong, Emily has extensive experience successfully litigating qui tam cases on both an intervened and non-intervened basis, obtaining favorable results for both the relator and government.
Prior to joining Price Armstrong, she clerked for the Honorable Abdul K. Kallon in the Northern District of Alabama and worked at a large defense firm. While in law school at The University of Alabama School of Law, Emily represented domestic violence victims in the school’s Domestic Violence Clinic. She also competed on the Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court Team, where she placed in the top 75 advocates in international competition. Emily served as a senior editor for the Alabama Law Review. Upon graduating magna cum laude, she was elected to the Order of the Coif. Prior to joining Price Armstrong, Emily worked at large regional defense firm where she handled matters ranging from single events to complex business disputes.
Originally from central New York, Garrett attended Union College in Schenectady, New York. Garrett graduated from the University of Alabama School of law Magna Cum Laude and was elected to the Order of the Coif. He served on the Moot Court Board and as a Senior Editor of the Alabama Law Review. Garrett’s practice is focused on representing small businesses and individuals in a variety of class actions and other complex litigation across the country.
Bryan represents clients in stockbroker and securities fraud in Alabama, Georgia, Florida and across the country, both in FINRA arbitration and in court. After graduating Cum Laude from Cumberland School of Law, where he also was an editor of the Cumberland Law Review and Abraham Carruthers Fellow, Bryan worked at a large regional defense firm. His ability to approach stockbroker fraud lawsuits from a background in both sides of litigation provides a unique advantage in ensuring he obtains the best results for his clients. Bryan is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas.
Ryan represents individuals and businesses in a variety of complex commercial and employment matters, focusing his practice in the State of Florida. He graduated from Florida State University Summa Cum Laude and earned his law degree from North Carolina School of law, where he was a Dean’s Fellow and clerked at the North Carolina Court of Appeals for Judge James A. Wynn. He is licensed only in Florida. Ryan has been named in the top 40 under 40 by the National Advocates.
Patrick has extensive experience representing clients in matters across Georgia and Alabama, litigating cases successfully through trial in state and federal courts for a variety of clients. Patrick graduated from the University of Georgia and Cumberland School of law, and is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Alabama and Georgia. Before moving home to Albany, Georgia to serve the communities of southwest Georgia, Patrick practiced at a large defense firm where he specialized in commercial litigation.
Amy has over a decade of experience across a broad spectrum of litigation, assisting attorneys in high-stakes class action, mass tort, product liability, toxic tort, automotive and NCAA litigation.
Amy attended the University of Alabama and graduated from the University Honors college with a B.A. in History and Anthropology. She was a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Phi Eta Sigma, and Phi Theta Kappa. Amy also has a post-baccalaureate certificate in Nuclear Medicine. Amy’s medical education combines with her deep litigation experience to give her unique insight into cases presenting complex injury issues.
Amy has been active in a number of charitable organizations; she served with the RISE Center in Tuscaloosa, and held a seat on the Junior Board for Magic Moments, helping to raise money and grant wishes to children all over the state of Alabama.
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