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Gray Gilmore is an associate in Bradley’s Banking and Financial Services Practice Group and focuses his practice on commercial and financial services litigation. Prior to joining Bradley, Gray developed experience in a range of commercial litigation and insurance coverage matters at a well-respected local firm. Gray recognizes one of the premier responsibilities of an attorney is to be an effective problem solver and he places a high premium on providing excellent client satisfaction and preemptive legal work.

The Alabama Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Coan v. Championship Property, LLC has significant implications for mortgage lenders, servicers, and foreclosure sale purchasers. The decision settles a contested issue: May trial courts require borrowers to make escrow-style payments pending a final judgment in a foreclosure or eviction dispute? Although the full extent of the ruling