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Bone McAllester Norton Welcomes Attorney Knight Lancaster to the Firm's Nashville Office

B Knight Lancaster Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexBone McAllester Norton welcomes a new corporate attorney to its Nashville office.

“We are pleased to welcome Knight to Bone McAllester,” said Charles Robert Bone, president and CEO of Bone McAllester Norton. “We are eager to see the passion in young attorneys that will help grow our corporate law practice and provide fresh perspectives to our clients. Knight’s experience in finance makes him a great addition to our expanding team of attorneys.”

Knight Lancaster joins Bone McAllester Norton after graduating from the Belmont University School of Law with both a Juris Doctor degree and a master’s degree in business administration. At Bone McAllester Norton, his legal practice is focused in business and corporate law, banking and financial services, commercial lending and creditors’ rights, entrepreneurial and emerging business law, and real estate.

Charles Robert Bone Named to Nashville Business Journal's 2019 Power 100: Connectors List

Charles Robert Bone President CEO Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexBone McAllester Norton President and CEO Charles Robert Bone was named to the Nashville Business Journal’s Power 100: Connectors list for the fifth year in a row.

The Power 100 is the NBJ’s list of the most influential people in Nashville’s business scene, and it is divided into six categories: Connectors, Dealmakers, Disruptors, Heavy Hitters, Industry Giants and Trendsetters. Those listed in the Connector category are the people who know everyone and specialize in bringing people together to create positive change in Nashville’s business sector.

Bone concentrates his law practice in the areas of economic development, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and advising emerging businesses, entrepreneurs, officers and directors and governmental entities, including serving as general counsel for the Convention Center Authority of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County. He is known for providing his clients with good judgment, strategic counsel and practical advice.

The complete Power 100 list will be published in the Nov. 22 edition of the NBJ, and the Connectors list can be found here: https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2019/10/17/meet-the-2019-power-100-connectors.html.

Stephen Zralek Joins Invitation-Only International Association of Defense Counsel

Stephen J Zralek Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexStephen Zralek, veteran attorney and member of Bone McAllester Norton, has been accepted as a member of the preeminent invitation-only International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC).  IADC helps its members develop skills, professionalism and camaraderie to better serve their clients, the civil justice system and the legal profession. This prestigious group is comprised of the world’s leading lawyers, with members representing many companies listed in the FORTUNE 500.

Stephen has more than 20 years of experience as an intellectual property and business litigator, helping clients resolve complex disputes in the business and creative arenas, as well as class actions. He serves on the board of directors of the Nashville Bar Association and the Sexual Assault Center, as well as the board of trustees of St. Bernard Academy.  He is a graduate of Leadership Nashville, and previously chaired the ABA’s Copyright Litigation Committee as well as the boards of Conexión Américas, Nashville for All of Us, and Family & Children’s Service.

For more information on the IADC, visit www.iadclaw.org.

Bone McAllester Norton Volunteers with Habitat for Humanity

Bone McAllester Norton attorneys Sam McAllester and Glen Civitts along with Sherryl Sanders volunteered their time this week with Habitat for Humanity and the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project. This project is focused in the north Nashville neighborhood of Park Preserve and aims to address the affordable housing challenges facing the city. 

Sam McAllester is currently part of the Nashville Area Habitat for Humanity Advisory Board of Directors and a Member of the Finance Committee.


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Bone McAllester Norton Welcomes Two Attorneys to Nashville Office

Bone McAllester Norton PLLC has welcomed attorneys Mandy Strickland Floyd and Jack Spencer to the firm’s Nashville office.  

“We are thrilled that Mandy has decided to return to Bone McAllester. She and Jack are great additions to our practice,” said Charles Robert Bone, president and CEO of Bone McAllester Norton. “The expertise and passion they bring to their roles will help us continue to provide our clients with strategic solutions and optimal service.” 

Mandy Strickland Floyd Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexFloyd returns to Bone McAllester Norton following two years of service with the American Civil Liberties Union of Nashville (ACLU-TN), where she worked as a staff attorney focused on constitutional and civil rights issues. Prior to her position at ACLU-TN, she worked at Bone McAllester Norton and as a law clerk to the Hon. Richard H. Dinkins of the Tennessee Court of Appeals. In her career, Floyd has represented clients in appeals before the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Tennessee Supreme Court, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court. She will concentrate her Bone McAllester Norton practice in litigation and dispute resolution, education law, labor and employment law, and appellate practice. In addition to her litigation work, Floyd is actively involved in the industry through memberships with the Nashville Bar Association, Lawyers’ Association for Women, Tennessee Bar Association, Harry Phillips American Inn of Court and Napier Looby Bar Association. She also has been recognized as a recipient of the Tennessee Supreme Court Pro Bono Attorney for Justice Award and nominee for the ATHENA Nashville Young Professional Leadership Award. She earned her law degree from the University of Memphis in 2012.

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Spencer joins Bone McAllester Norton after clerking for the Hon. William R. Sawyer at the Federal Bankruptcy Court Middle District in Alabama. In his new role, Spencer will be concentrating his practice in the areas of commercial litigation, creditors’ rights, litigation and dispute resolution. A recent graduate of The University of Alabama School of Law, Spencer previously served as an intern in the civil rights and claims division of the Tennessee State Attorney General’s Office. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Nashville Bar Association, Alabama Bar Association and American Bankruptcy Institute.

Bone Attorney Trace Blankenship Moderates Risk Management Panel

Trace Blankenship Member General Counsel at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexWhat happens when you wake up and your company is in the headlines? Trace Blankenship, member and general counsel of Bone McAllester Norton, moderated a panel for the Nashville chapter of the Private Directors Association at Lipscomb University about enterprise risk management and the top things that keep a company’s board of directors awake at night. The panel of local corporate board members discussed unexpected risks.

At Bone McAllester Norton, Blankenship regularly advises chief executives, senior management, boards of directors and entrepreneurs on strategy, execution and legal requirements of significant business transactions, complex leadership and ownership decisions, and day-to-day operations. His practice is focused in mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and private equity and corporate governance/board functionality.

Latitude, Bone McAllester Norton to Host Diversity CLE Seminar on October 1

Please join us at the Bone McAllester Norton office Tuesday, Oct. 1, as Latitude hosts a CLE seminar titled “Building a Diverse and Inclusive Legal Team.” Look forward to discussions surrounding common questions including “What does ‘diverse’ mean, and how does it look in 2019?” and “What are the legal guidelines relating to recruiting, interviewing and hiring?”

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Bone Attorney James Crumlin Offers Insight on Workplace Age Discrimination

James A Crumlin Jr Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexBone McAllester Norton attorney James Crumlin wrote a column for the Nashville Business Journal called “Age discrimination: Advice from a Nashville attorney on keeping a level playing field.” In the feature, Crumlin offers his insight and advice about how to navigate and prevent age discrimination in the workplace.

Crumlin addresses a steady rise of age discrimination lawsuits and provides the steps companies should take to make sure they are not a part of a larger, cultural problem. At Bone McAllester Norton, he practices labor and employment law, helping his clients navigate the corporate legal landscape and avoid damaging mistakes.

To read his column, visit the Nashville Business Journal’s website.

Charles W. Bone Addresses End Slavery Tennessee’s Brentwood Chapter

CWB End Slavery TN ArticleRecently, Bone McAllester Norton founder and chairman Charles W. Bone was the featured speaker at the End Slavery Tennessee “A Voice for the Oppressed” benefit dinner. Nearly 50 people gathered at the Brentwood Country Club to hear Bone’s story about representing Cyntoia Brown.

Bone represented Brown in her bid for clemency after an original conviction of first-degree murder and life imprisonment. After 15 years served, and nearly 10 years of work by her pro bono legal team, Brown was released on parole in August of this year by the decision of Governor Haslam when he granted clemency for Brown. 

End Slavery Tennessee’s mission is to promote the healing of human trafficking survivors and strategically confront slavery in our state with a vision of creating a slave-free Tennessee.

Read more on the event here, and for more information on End Slavery Tennessee, visit its website.

Bone Attorney James Crumlin Leads Free Workouts at the State Capitol

James A Crumlin Jr Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexIn addition to working for Bone McAllester Norton, attorney James Crumlin spends his Monday and Thursday evenings motivating Nashvillians to improve their lives through fitness. His free workouts on the grounds of the State Capitol have become increasingly popular, with as many as 100 people showing up for each session.

“I just want to see people healthy, on the road or on the path to getting healthy,” James told WSMV in a recent interview.

We’re proud to have a team member who strives to improve people’s lives both in and outside of our firm. To read the full story, visit WSMV’s website.

Bone McAllester Norton Attorneys Named to 2020 Best Lawyers in America©

Bone McAllester Norton is honored to announce 18 of the firm’s attorneys have been named to the 2020 edition of Best Lawyers in America© across 28 distinct practice areas. In addition, Glen A. Civitts was named the 2020 “Lawyer of the Year” for Securitization and Structured Finance Law.

For more than 30 years, Best Lawyers® has identified the leading attorneys and law firms in the United States and 70 countries worldwide. The methodology behind Best Lawyers’ selection is based upon an extensive peer-review process and Corporate Counsel magazine has called Best Lawyers "the most respected referral list of attorneys in practice."

This year’s list recognizes attorneys David Anthony, Anne Sumpter Arney, Trace Blankenship, Charles Robert Bone, Charles W. Bone, John P. Branham, Glen A. Civitts, William J. Haynes III, Sharon O. Jacobs, Paul W. Kruse, Sam J. McAllester III, Robert G. McDowell, Andrea P. Perry, Christopher Raybeck, Jack F. Stringham II, Edward M. Yarbrough and Stephen J. Zralek in the firm’s Nashville office as well as attorney Marshall Cook in the firm’s Hendersonville office for the following practice areas:

  • Anne Sumpter Arney
    • Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships)
    • Closely Held Companies and Family Businesses Law
    • Health Care Law
  • Trace Blankenship
    • Banking and Finance Law
    • Mergers and Acquisitions Law
    • Nonprofit / Charities Law
  • Charles Robert Bone
    • Administrative / Regulatory Law
    • Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships)
    • Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs
  • Glen A. Civitts
    • Corporate Law
    • Health Care Law
    • Mergers and Acquisitions Law
    • Real Estate Law
    • Securitization and Structured Finance Law
  • Marshall Cook
    • Litigation – Construction
    • Litigation – Labor and Employment
  • Sam J. McAllester III
    • Banking and Finance Law
    • Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law
  • Edward M. Yarbrough
    • Criminal Defense: General Practice
    • Criminal Defense: White-Collar
    • DUI/DWI Defense
  • Stephen J. Zralek
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Copyright Law
    • Litigation - Intellectual Property

Best Lawyers featuring Bone McAllester Norton

Bone McAllester Norton Welcomes Attorney Doug Sloan to the Firm's Nashville Office

J Douglas Doug Sloan III Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexIndustry veteran Doug Sloan is bringing his legal expertise to Bone McAllester Norton PLLC to lead the firm’s Land Use and Zoning practice. He comes to the firm with more than 15 years of experience in government relations and land use and zoning regulations.

Most recently, Sloan served as the Vice President and Chief Legal Officer at the Metro Nashville Airport Authority, during a time when BNA embarked on a $1.2 billion expansion.

“As Nashville’s real estate market continues to grow, having Doug as a part of our team is a great situation for us and our clients,” said Charles Robert Bone, president and CEO of Bone McAllester Norton. “He brings a wealth of knowledge in development and strategic city planning, and his expertise in land use and zoning allows us to grow an important practice at our firm. Doug will be a huge asset for our clients and our entire team.”

A native Nashvillian, Sloan is best known locally for seeing Nashville through immense growth during his tenure leading the Metro Planning Department. He also served in the Office of Mayor Karl Dean, where he managed land purchases for Nashville after the 2010 flood and as liaison to the Tennessee General Assembly for the city. He advised a variety of Metropolitan Government departments throughout his career, including Codes, Planning, Public Works and Water services.

“I’ve admired Bone McAllester Norton’s work for a long time, and it’s an honor to join a firm of this caliber,” Sloan said. “I am looking forward to serving as a resource for real estate professionals and developers in the Nashville area and continuing to play a role in this city’s long-term and responsible growth.”

Bone McAllester Norton’s Land Use and Zoning practice group will represent a diverse set of clients, including commercial developers, property owners, home builders, small and large businesses in various industries, banks, and governmental agencies. The firm also deals with all types of land use and zoning litigation, in consultation with the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice group. Attorneys in this group have substantial hands-on experience in rezoning, compliance with zoning overlay requirements, public–private partnerships and increasing entitlements in highly regulated zoning districts.

Sloan earned his bachelor’s degree from Middle Tennessee State University and his J.D. from Nashville School of Law.

Bone McAllester Norton Attorney Raquel Bellamy Attends Equal Chance for Education’s Annual Salsa for Scholarships

Raquel L Bellamy Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexOn July 1, Bone McAllester Norton attorney Raquel Bellamy joined nearly 400 supporters, scholars and allies of Equal Chance for Education (ECE) for the nonprofit’s Salsa for Scholarships reception. The third annual event was held at the Plaza Mariachi and awarded college scholarships to 86 students who are not eligible for student loans or financial aid because of their legal status.  

ECE was founded in 2014 to enable opportunities for higher education for without regard for race, religion, or nationality. The nonprofit has since supported more than 300 Tennessee students at 15 colleges and universities, including 34 graduates. Next fall, ECE will enroll students at Trevecca, Cumberland, University of Memphis, Middle Tennessee State University, Milligan, Maryville, East Tennessee State University, and Carson Newman. Bellamy currently serves on ECE’s Board of Directors.

For more information about Equal Chance for Education, visit its website.

Bone Attorney James Crumlin, Jr. Offers Legal Advice for Office Internships in Nashville Business Journal

James A Crumlin Jr Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexBone McAllester Norton attorney James Crumlin, Jr. is a featured guest columnist in Nashville Business Journal. In his article titled “School’s out, interns are in: Office internship advice from a Nashville attorney,” Crumlin offers key points for employers to keep in mind when selecting and onboarding summer interns.

Crumlin concentrates his practice in the area of labor and employment law, where he counsels management on issues arising from the employment relationship. He helps clients including Tennessee-based businesses, entrepreneurs and start-up ventures to navigate the corporate legal landscape and avoid costly mistakes. His experience includes business formation and strategy, funding and investor relations, contracts, employment compliance issues, risk management, litigation and dispute resolution. He also serves as outside general counsel for several small and midsize businesses. 

To read the column, visit the Nashville Business Journal’s website.

Bone McAllester Norton Welcomes Attorney Courtney Lutz to the Firm’s Nashville Office

Courtney Lutz Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexBone McAllester Norton PLLC announced today the hiring of attorney Courtney Lutz in the firm’s Nashville office. Lutz focuses her legal practice on commercial litigation, with broad previous experience in the areas of business disputes, personal injury, legal and medical malpractice, premises liability, entertainment law, criminal defense and highly contested divorces. She is licensed to practice law in Tennessee and Kentucky.

Prior to joining Bone McAllester Norton, Lutz practiced at Leitner, Williams, Dooley & Napolitan, PLLC, where she represented both large corporations and small businesses in personal injury and professional liability lawsuits. She also represented attorneys and healthcare professionals in malpractice actions.

“Courtney’s passion for litigation, ability to connect with clients and deep breadth of experience in successfully managing and resolving cases in multiple practice areas makes her an outstanding addition to our firm,” said Charles Robert Bone, president and CEO of Bone McAllester Norton. “We look forward to supporting Courtney as she embarks on the next chapter of her career at Bone McAllester Norton.”

Lutz received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Music Business, magna cum laude, from Belmont University in Nashville, and also earned her Juris Doctor degree, magna cum laude, from Belmont. While in law school, she served as the Vice President of Appellate Advocacy for the university’s Board of Advocates, and was the Executive Articles Editor of the Belmont Law Review. Lutz also worked as a legal intern for both the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Medicaid Fraud Control Unit and the 16th District Attorney General’s Office.

A native of Madisonville, Ky., Lutz is also an avid musician. When not practicing law, she sings gospel music with her family band, The Childress Family, across the Southeastern U.S.

Bone McAllester Norton Attorney James Crumlin Celebrates Seven Years of his Capitol Steps Workout

 A local favorite for recoJames A Crumlin Jr Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexvering couch potatoes to seasoned triathletes alike, the Capitol Steps Workout celebrated its seventh anniversary on May 30 with a short workout followed by music, food, a raffle for prizes and giveaways from local vendors such as Fleet Feet Nashville, On Running, Lululemon and Nashville Fit magazine.

Attorney James Crumlin leads the workout every Monday and Thursday at 6 p.m. on the steps of the Tennessee State Capitol and welcomes all levels to join for free fun and fitness.

More than 100 people attended the workout’s seventh anniversary celebration on May 30, including Nashville’s WSMV News 4. Watch the segment on WSMV News 4

NewsChannel 5’s Kristen Skovira also recently shared the inspiring story.

Bone McAllester Norton Attorney Andrea P. Perry Receives Cable's Promote Women Award

Bone McAllester Norton attorney Andrea P. Perry received Cable's Promote Women Award during the organization's annual Celebration Luncheon on June 12, 2019.Andrea P Perry Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional index

Cable is Tennessee’s largest and most established network of diverse professionals committed to connecting women and opportunity. The Promote Women Award honors an individual or company who personifies the purpose of Cable through the promotion of business leadership opportunities for women. 

"I am passionate about the promotion and advancement of women and women’s issues. I am so honored and thankful to Cable for this award,"  Perry said. 

In March 2019, Perry chaired the 29th annual ATHENA Award & Scholarship Program, a unique community-supported event organized and sponsored through the collaborative efforts of local women’s organizations in partnership with area businesses and individual sponsors, including Cable.

As an attorney,  Perry concentrates her practice in the areas of real estate and commercial lending, regularly handling matters related to the conveyance, acquisition and development of commercial property. She also represents financial institutions and borrowers in loan transactions involving all types of collateral and projects.

For more information about Cable, visit its website

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Bone McAllester Norton Attorneys Named to 2019 Best of the Bar

NASHVILLE (June 18, 2019) — Bone McAllester Norton PLLC is honored to announce four of the firm’s attorneys have been named to Nashville Business Journal’s 2019 Best of the Bar, a prestigious list that recognizes leading legal professionals from across Middle Tennessee.

Attorneys David Anthony, Anne Sumpter Arney, Andrea Perry and Stephen Zralek were selected for their respective practice areas of Bankruptcy, Health Care, Real Estate and Intellectual Property.

Designed to determine which attorneys are considered best by their peers, award recipients were selected through a public nomination process, followed by due diligence from the Nashville Business Journal.

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David Anthony represents banks, businesses and individuals in commercial litigation in state, federal and bankruptcy courts throughout Middle Tennessee. In one of 2018’s most newsworthy local Bankruptcy Court cases, Anthony represented a large Nashville car dealership in its purchase of all assets of another regional dealership, including eight separate locations and over 400 vehicles. At the end of 2018, Anthony was one of three lawyers considered by Governor Bill Haslam for appointment to serve as Chancellor for the Davidson County Courts. In addition, Anthony facilitates the law firm’s volunteer efforts with the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee. In 2018, he was named an Attorney for Justice by the Tennessee Supreme Court.

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Anne Sumpter Arney has more than 30 years of experience working with many Nashville healthcare companies and medical professionals. She advises her clients on matters related to business law and transactional issues, and assists healthcare clients in navigating ever-changing healthcare laws and regulations.

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Andrea Perry concentrates her practice in the areas of real estate and commercial lending, regularly handling matters related to the conveyance, acquisition and development of commercial property. She also represents financial institutions and borrowers in loan transactions involving all types of collateral and projects. Recently, Perry assisted the African Methodist Episcopal Church’s (AMEC) sale of its historic property in downtown Nashville in excess of $21 million to Circle South Development, LLC. In addition, Perry also practices corporate law and serves as general counsel to a number of prominent businesses in Nashville.

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Stephen Zralek has more than 20 years of experience as an intellectual property and business litigator, helping clients resolve complex disputes involving copyrights, trademarks, rights of publicity, trade secrets and non-compete violations in the business and entertainment arenas. He recently won both a copyright infringement jury trial in U.S. District Court and a trademark infringement trial in the Tennessee Business Court. In 2019, Mayor David Briley appointed him to the Music City Music Council. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Nashville Bar Association and the Sexual Assault Center, as well as the Board of Ambassadors for Conexión Américas.

In May 2019, Nashville Business Journal honored the legal professionals in a special print publication and online. The honorees will also be celebrated at an awards reception at City Winery on Tuesday, June 18.

Bone McAllester Norton Celebrates Staff Appreciation “Time After Time”

On May 22, Bone McAllester Norton celebrated the firm’s annual Staff Appreciation Day at its Nashville office. To recognize the staff’s hard work, reliability and dedication to the firm “Time After Time”, staff were treated to a celebratory luncheon. During the lunch, remarks were given by attorneys Sam McAllester and Charles W. Bone as well as President and CEO Charles Robert Bone who reflected upon the history of the firm and the necessity of each staff member.
 
“While the firm appreciates the efforts of our staff every day, we also feel it’s important to dedicate a day each year to honoring them and the vital roles they play on our team,” said Charles Robert Bone. “Bone McAllester Norton’s continued success is a testament to the combined passion of the firm as a whole.”  
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Bone McAllester Norton Attorneys Attend Conexión Américas’ Annual Cafecito Breakfast

Bone McAllester Norton attorneys Charles W Bone, Stephen Zralek and Raquel Bellamy recently attended "Cafecito: A Cup of Coffee for Conexión Américas” breakfast reception. The annual event was held at Music City Center and benefited the nonprofit organization’s mission to help Latino families realize their aspirations for social and economic advancement through their integration into the Middle Tennessee community.

Conexión Américas was founded in 2002 to address some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities created by recent demographic changes in the Greater Nashville region as an increasing number of Latino families move to Tennessee in search of a better life. Raquel Bellamy currently serves on the board for Conexión Américas, while Stephen Zralek is a former board president. Zralek served as chair of the Cafecito in 2011 and Charles W. Bone served as co-chair of Cafecito in 2010.

For more information about Conexión Américas, visit its website.

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