Beasley Allen has named F. Beau Darley, III; J. Ryan. Kral, Leslie L. Pescia, Robert S. Register, William R. Sutton, Joseph G. VanZandt and Sharon J. Zinns as new Principals.

“Each of these outstanding attorneys has worked tirelessly for their clients,” said Beasley Allen Managing Attorney Tom Methvin. “Their work has greatly benefited a number of people who have been injured by no fault of their own and we are thankful to have them with us.”

Beau Darley joined the firm in 2011 in the Mass Torts section where he has worked on cases involving transvaginal mesh and the chemotherapy drug Taxotere. Beau also is active in the Alabama State Bar and Montgomery County Bar Association. Beau attended Auburn University and Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law.

Ryan Kral also joined us in 2011 working on the BP Oil Spill litigation, representing businesses, commercial fishermen, and individuals who suffered as a result of exposure to oil and dispersants. Ryan is currently focused on assisting local governments in addressing harms posed by the nationwide opioid epidemic as well as representing water systems against companies alleged to have polluted the water supply with perfluorinated chemicals. Ryan attended Birmingham Southern College and the University of Alabama School of Law.

Leslie Pescia joined Beasley Allen in 2012 in our Consumer Fraud section. Leslie works on class action litigation, antitrust and whistleblower claims focusing on consumer protection and complex litigation. Leslie was recently a member of the team securing one of the largest single-case settlements in the history of the Consumer Fraud section. Leslie attended Auburn University and Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law.

Will Sutton joined the firm in 2015 after working with us as a law clerk during his law school days, moving from consumer fraud litigation to representing clients who have been diagnosed with cancer after occupational or environmental exposure to benzene. Will attended Auburn University and Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law.

Joseph VanZandt joined Beasley Allen in 2016 in the firm’s Mass Torts Section. Joseph works on cases involving blood thinners and continues to work on the national multidistrict litigation (MDL) for these claims and has been on the trial teams for multiple bellwether trials. Joseph attended Faulkner University and Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law.

Sharon Zinns joined the firm’s Atlanta office in 2018 with a focus on helping clients affected by asbestos-related illnesses including mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis. Sharon has represented clients from across the country. Sharon attended Columbia University and Emory University as well as the Emory University School of Law where she was a Robert F. Woodruff Scholar.

Rob Register also joined Beasley Allen Law Firm in our Atlanta office in 2018. He primarily handles personal injury cases involving life-altering harm including brain and spinal cord injuries, amputations, burns and wrongful death. Rob has consistently recovered millions of dollars for his clients over his 20-year career.  Rob attended the North Georgia Military College and Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law.

Additionally, Beasley Allen has named Ryan Beattie (Mass Torts Section), Paul Evans (Consumer Fraud Section), Leon Hampton (Consumer Fraud Section), Aigner Kolom (Mass Torts Section), Lauren Miles, (Fraud Section), Jeff Price (Toxic Torts Section), and Soo Seok Yang (Mass Torts Section) as new Associates.

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