Antichresis is when a debtor offers up an interest in a piece of real property to a creditor as a form of security for a specific debt. In the context of the law, such an agreement is legally binding, and if a debtor in an antichresis arrangement defaults on loan payments, the property rights can transition to the lender.
Mr. Hargrove joined the firm in 1999 and became a shareholder in 2005. He is a member of the litigation department, where he has a broad civil defense practice that includes complex and commercial litigation, construction defects, products liability, defense of state and federal employment claims, and insurance defense. Recently a significant percentage of his practice has focused on the representation of major pharmaceutical manufacturers. Mr. Hargrove has also defended employers in discrimination, retaliatory discharge, and whistleblower claims.
Mr. Hargrove holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Birmingham-Southern College with a major in political science. He graduated from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1999 where he was a member of the Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Court team and the John A. Campbell Moot Court Board.
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