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Chef Arnold Myint Launches New Restaurant, blvd

Congratulations to chef Arnold Myint on the opening of his new restaurant, blvd. The cozy bistro, bar and market is situated in the former Cha Chah location on Belmont Boulevard. Myint, a contestant on Top Chef, season 7, uses an inspired take on bistro fare while keeping some of Cha Chah’s favorites on the menu.

Chef Arnold Myint Launches New Restaurant, blvd

Congratulations to chef Arnold Myint on the opening of his new restaurant, blvd. The cozy bistro, bar and market is situated in the former Cha Chah location on Belmont Boulevard. Myint, a contestant on Top Chef, season 7, uses an inspired take on bistro fare while keeping some of Cha Chah’s favorites on the menu.

David Anthony Explains “Materially Less” in Foreclosure Auctions to Nashville Post

Bone McAllester Norton attorney David Anthony shed some light on what constitutes “materially less” in foreclosure auctions in a December 14 Nashville Post article. This clarification gives banks the backing they might need in court.

Read more about this explanation here.

David Anthony Explains “Materially Less” in Foreclosure Auctions to Nashville Post

Bone McAllester Norton attorney David Anthony shed some light on what constitutes “materially less” in foreclosure auctions in a December 14 Nashville Post article. This clarification gives banks the backing they might need in court.

Read more about this explanation here.

Stacey Garrett Featured in Nashville Post's Movers and Shakers

Congratulations to attorney Stacey Garrett for being recognized as a "Mover and Shaker" in the fall edition of the Nashville Post. Stacey was recently appointed to a vice president post at Cumberland University.

Sean Kirk Joins Bone McAllester Norton

As reported in the Nashville Post, Sean Kirk has joined Bone McAllester Norton as a commercial So with pigeons from the menu why not a slice of bingo-roulette mobile.the-best-casinos-online.info/roulette.php ?Casino entrepreneurs Jimmy and Simon Thomas, along with The spanish language expert Marcos Marugan, have produced a physical casino game that merges both bingo and roulette mobile.the-best-casinos-online.info/roulette.php into…well a bingo and roulette mobile.the-best-casinos-online.info/roulette.php kind of game. litigation attorney, firm Chairman Charles W. Bone announced today.

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Tucker Herndon and James Mackler Named in Nashville Post's Law Leaders Rising List

Law Leaders Rising

A strong group of young attorneys is making its mark on Nashville’s legal scene.

Published January 10, 2012

by Philip Nannie

Nashville has long been respected for its legal community, a business sector often defined by seasoned law professionals with stellar resumes and, in some cases, national notoriety. And for years, that community was defined in large part by men who earned their JDs at the Nashville School of Law, the University of Tennessee or Vanderbilt University.

However, Nashville’s impressive array of attorneys would not be as noteworthy without a cadre of young guns, often 20- and 30-somethings making major names for themselves. They have attended law schools throughout the nation, they have interesting legal specialties and they are — like the city in which they practice — far more diverse than their peers of a generation or even a mere 10 years ago.

In an attempt to highlight the best of this strong crop of fast-rising legal stars, Nashville Post interviewed dozens of local attorneys to solicit feedback. Based on the pros’ recommendations and our own research, we whittled down an impressive pool of dozens of candidates to the arbitrary number of 21. We did not include partners unless they started their own firms and we sought out a mix of industry specialists and emerging all-rounders. Together, they make up Nashville Post’s first Law Leaders Rising list.

Congratulations to Tucker Herndon and James Mackler:

Tucker HerndonMember
Bone McAllester Norton

Comments like “outstanding young lawyer,” “amazing worth ethic” and “effective leader” are a mere sampling of what folks around here think of the 2008 graduate of the Nashville School of Law. And, despite Herndon’s relative few years in the legal trenches, we consistently heard people say they were surprised to learn how young he was upon meeting him. Nevertheless, Herndon has impressed. His law practice centers on commercial lending, creditors’ rights, foreclosure and general real estate law. And, he has earned a unique reputation as the local “go to” attorney for expertise in alcohol beverage licensing and the regulatory and compliance aspects of that area of the law.

James MacklerMember
Bone McAllester Norton

Mackler, a New York City native, Duke University graduate and alumnus of the University of Washington School of Law, was contentedly practicing law in Denver before Sept. 11, 2001, changed his world — and a little more than most. Inspired by those events, Mackler walked away from the Denver law practice he’d spent seven years building and, by an amazingly circuitous route, found himself in the cockpit of a Blackhawk helicopter with the 101st Airborne serving missions in Iraq.

After an intense one-year deployment, Mackler returned to the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General Corps office, serving as legal advisor there, before relocating to Nashville in 2011 and affiliating with the Bone McAllester firm.

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Bone McAllester Norton Attorneys, John Branham, Will Cheek & Sharon Jacobs, Named to "Nashville’s 101 Top Lawyers"

Bone McAllester Norton is pleased to announce that three of its attorneys, John Branham, Will Cheek and Sharon Jacobs, were recently selected by their peers and clients for inclusion in the Nashville Post’s "Nashville’s 101 Top Lawyers."


After months of confidentially hearing the frank opinions of local lawyers, judges and businesspeople about members of the local bar, the Nashville Post identified Nashville’s top lawyers. A special effort was made to identify attorneys who are not necessarily very good self-marketers but whom peers hold in high esteem.


Bone McAllester Norton congratulates:


John P. Branham for Litigation
William T. Cheek III for Corporate
Sharon O. Jacobs for Environmental


Bone McAllester Norton Attorneys, John Branham, Will Cheek & Sharon Jacobs, Named to "Nashville’s 101 Top Lawyers"

Bone McAllester Norton is pleased to announce that three of its attorneys, John Branham, Will Cheek and Sharon Jacobs, were recently selected by their peers and clients for inclusion in the Nashville Post’s "Nashville’s 101 Top Lawyers."

After months of confidentially hearing the frank opinions of local lawyers, judges and businesspeople about members of the local bar, the Nashville Post identified Nashville’s top lawyers. A special effort was made to identify attorneys who are not necessarily very good self-marketers but whom peers hold in high esteem.

Bone McAllester Norton congratulates:

John P. Branham for Litigation
William T. Cheek III for Corporate
Sharon O. Jacobs for Environmental

Charles Bone, Charles Robert Bone, John Branham and Will Cheek recognized in Nashville Post's 2010 "In Charge" List

Nashville Post magazine launched its inaugural issue by featuring the 2010 “In Charge” list of “businesspeople and community leaders who are writing Music City’s success story.”   Among those recognized in the March/April edition as “making things happen in the Nashville area” are four Bone McAllester Norton attorneys.


As a leading authority on “gun ownership issues” and as “one of the city’s most well-rounded attorneys,” Will Cheek was named to the Nonprofits list.

Recognized for his legal career and as a “major player in Tennessee Democratic politics,” Charles Bone was named to the Legal list.

“A political force behind the scenes,” Charles Robert Bone was named to the Government / Politics list.

Recognized for his civil litigation practice,” John Branham was named to the Legal list.

Charles Bone, Charles Robert Bone, John Branham and Will Cheek recognized in Nashville Post's 2010 "In Charge" List

Nashville Post magazine launched its inaugural issue by featuring the 2010 “In Charge” list of “businesspeople and community leaders who are writing Music City’s success story.”   Among those recognized in the March/April edition as “making things happen in the Nashville area” are four Bone McAllester Norton attorneys.

As a leading authority on “gun ownership issues” and as “one of the city’s most well-rounded attorneys,” Will Cheek was named to the Nonprofits list.

Recognized for his legal career and as a “major player in Tennessee Democratic politics,” Charles Bone was named to the Legal list.

“A political force behind the scenes,” Charles Robert Bone was named to the Government / Politics list.

Recognized for his civil litigation practice,” John Branham was named to the Legal list.