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Chambers USA 2021 Recognizes Neal & Harwell Attorneys and Litigation Practice

Neal & Harwell, PLC has been recognized for its General Commercial Litigation – Tennessee practice in the Chambers USA 2021 Guide  of recommended lawyers and law firms. A source describes Neal & Harwell as the go-to, preeminent firm for government investigations.”

In addition, four members of Neal & Harwell are included in the Chambers USA 2021 Guide. Aubrey B. Harwell, Jr., founding member, is cited for his General Commercial Litigation practice and “is considered an expert in commercial litigation. He has several decades’ experience representing clients in a host of securities and product liability litigation as well.” James R. Kelley is recognized in Bankruptcy/Restructuring and “draws on wider experience in commercial disputes and tax issues.” William T. Ramsey, recognized for General Commercial Litigation and White-Collar Crime and Government Investigations, is noted for being “particularly experienced in representing artists and entertainers.” He is described by his peers as “very smart and effective. Not only can he do the intellectual review but he can move the case through to trial.” James F. Sanders, listed in General Commercial Litigation and White-Collar Crime and Government Investigations, is “well known for his significant expertise in white-collar crime litigation. He also has considerable experience handling high-stakes environmental and toxic tort proceedings.”

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