Litigation - Tennessee
What the team is known for Experienced commercial litigation team with a deep bench of highly regarded bankruptcy attorneys. Other areas of focus include insurance coverage disputes, securities and healthcare regulatory issues.
Work highlights Represented NeWire in a major IP dispute case with Southwire, concerning Southwire's alleged breaching of the license agreement for the groundbreaking Flatwire technology.
Acted as debtors' counsel to a residential and commercial real estate developer on a Chapter 11 bankruptcy matter involving the reorganization of more than $50 million in assets.
Craig Gabbert is regarded as a "very fine insolvency lawyer" and is experienced in representing debtors and creditors in complex matters. He also maintains an active commercial litigation practice.
Glenn Rose is held in high regard for his work in commercial litigation and bankruptcy cases. His experience spans breaches of contract, False Claims Act violations and securities issues.
Practice head Alexander Fardon is recognized for his expertise across diverse commercial disputes involving matters such as trade secrets litigation and securities claims. Sources praise his "sound strategy and attention to detail."
Barbara Holmes is described as a "practical and pragmatic" insolvency attorney, who"works hard to find a middle ground." She has impressive experience in acting for clients such as debtors and trustees on bankruptcy matters, and also maintains a broader litigation practice.
Significant clients Moore Freight Service, Diversicare Healthcare Services, Door Components, First American Title, Pinnacle Bank.