Nashville Employment Attorney

Seminars

Representative speaking engagements:

Ethics of Contacting the Opposing Party's Current and Former Employees (Federal Bar Association, Memphis/Mid-South Chapter, October 2011)

Physician Non-Compete Agreements: What Tennessee Attorneys Need to Know by the January Deadline (Tennessee Attorneys Memo, October 2007)

Strategies for Starting Your Own Law Practice (National Employment Lawyers Association, Developing and New Attorneys Committee, June 2007)

Choosing and Evaluating Cases and Clients (Tennessee Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division, October 2006)

Covenants Not to Compete: New Developments in the Law and Practice Pointers for Drafting, Enforcing, and Litigating Them (Nashville Bar Association, July 2006)

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