Brady L. Thompson, an associate in the firm’s Banking & Financial Services Group, represents financial institutions throughout the commercial lending process, from loan origination to workouts. She represents lenders in commercial lending transactions, restructuring loan facilities, negotiating and documenting forbearance agreements, bankruptcy, collateral liquidation, and other creditors’ rights matters. She also has considerable experience in post-judgment enforcement measures, such as garnishments, commercial landlord tenant matters, and contract disputes.
Mrs. Thompson graduated in 2016 from the University of Maryland School of Law, where she served as her Class President and member of the Student Bar AssociationWhile in law school, she clerked for two years with a Maryland law firm, working on commercial litigation, transactions, and bankruptcy cases. Following law school and prior to joining Shapiro Sher, Mrs. Thompson worked at another Maryland law firm, where she focused primarily on commercial litigation, construction law, and creditors’ rights.
In addition to practicing law, Mrs. Thompson is a CrossFit enthusiast and an avid international traveler.
- Maryland State Bar Association
- Baltimore County Bar Association
- Bar Association of Baltimore City