N&H Attorneys Obtain $213,000 Judgment in Federal Jury Trial

N&H attorneys Steve Montgomery and Jay Harbison recently secured a $213,000 jury verdict on behalf of a Neal & Harwell client in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee.  […]

N&H Attorneys Secure Temporary Injunction for American Baptist College

The Chancery Court for Davidson County has issued a temporary injunction in favor of N&H client American Baptist College (the “College”), a landmark institution of higher education.   […]

N&H Welcomes Steve Groom

N&H is pleased to announce that Steve Groom has joined the firm as of-counsel. Steve is a seasoned attorney and business executive with more than 40 years experience helping companies solve problems, resolve disputes and manage crises. […]

Arrin K. Richards Joins Neal & Harwell

Arrin K. Richards has joined Neal & Harwell, PLC, as an associate. He will work in the areas of commercial transactions, bankruptcy, commercial real estate, and civil litigation. […]

N&H Attorneys Secure Two Appellate Wins

Neal & Harwell’s Appellate Practice Group recently secured two unanimous decisions from state and federal courts of appeals. […]

N&H Presents the Gerry Neenan Memorial Annual Golf Tournament

Neal & Harwell, PLC proudly presented the 2017 Donelson-Hermitage Chamber of Commerce Gerry Neenan Memorial Golf Tournament on September 5, 2017 at the Hermitage Golf Course in Old Hickory, Tennessee. […]

A Brief Review of Fair Use in Litigation

No, Dr. Smith, producing the articles you relied on for your expert testimony would not be copyright infringement.

A Brief Review of Fair Use in Litigation

By A. Scott Ross

Litigate long enough and eventually you will hear it. You request a key document and get the response: “Sorry, that document is ‘copyrighted.’ Making a copy for you would be copyright infringement.” […]

Bitcoin, Ether, Cryptocurrency & Such

By Bill Ramsey & Phillip Hampton

Yes, we know—Cryptocurrency is not a “gadget.” We do love our gadgets, but we love money, too, because it can buy us more gadgets. So, writing about BitcoinEther, and other cryptocurrency seems a natural fit for our monthly gadget. And, since this topic is so nerdy, it really appeals to us. […]

N&H Hosts Watergate CLE and an Evening with John Dean

John Dean, former legal counsel to President Richard Nixon, presented his Watergate CLE on the morning of August 29, 2017, and then unearthed part of Neal & Harwell’s history at a reception hosted at the firm later that evening.  Transformed from star witness to historian of an era that altered American politics, Dean displayed the same mastery of the facts that made him “Mean John Dean” during the Watergate Senate hearings and trial […]

N&H Attorneys Secure Unanimous Decision by the Tennessee Supreme Court in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

In an issue of first impression, the Tennessee Supreme Court reached a unanimous decision, reversing the dismissal of a wrongful death lawsuit filed without a lawyer in Linda Beard v. James William Branson and Trinity Hospital, L.L.C.  N&H attorneys Phil Elbert, Jim Thomas, and Jeffrey Zager represent the appellant, Linda Beard. […]

Injury Damages Under Tennessee Law – Lessons from a Recent Federal Trial

By A. Scott Ross

We recently won a defense verdict for Hankook Tire in the Western District of Tennessee, Eastern Division.[1]  The plaintiff was paralyzed from the neck down.  Workers compensation had paid more than $1.75 million in past medical expenses, and the plaintiff also sought millions in future life care expenses. […]

N&H Attorneys Obtain Defense Verdict and Win for Hankook Tire

After a two week jury trial in the Western District of Tennessee, N&H attorneys Scott Ross and Isaac Sanders, along with their co-counsel at DLA Piper, secured a defense verdict and win for Hankook Tire.   […]


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