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Bonelaw Client Studio Bank Takes Steps Towards Formation

- August 28, 2017 | Featured, News

Congratulations to our client, Studio Bank (In Organization), whose incorporators this week filed notice with the Tennessee Department of Financial Institutions of its intent to apply for a banking charter. Charles W. Bone, Trace Blankenship, and Chris Raybeck, members of Bone McAllester Norton’s Corporate and Banking/Financial Services teams, serve as corporate counsel to the new bank in […]

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16 Bonelaw Attorneys Selected to The Best Lawyers in America© 2018 List

- August 15, 2017 | Featured, News

Bone McAllester Norton is pleased to announce that 16 of its lawyers were selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2018 list including Anne C. Martin, named Best Lawyers© “Lawyer of the Year” for  Labor and Employment – Individuals. Anne Martin has been a member of Best Lawyers since 2007 and a “Lawyer […]

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“Should I Register My Trademark?”

- August 08, 2017 | Featured, News

The U.S. Supreme Court opens the door to the continued federal registration of REDSKINS as well as other marks thought to disparage others. Up until recently, marks that disparaged others did not qualify for federal registration under § 2(a) of the Trademark Act. However, the Supreme Court in Matal v. Tam recently concluded that the […]

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Bonelaw’s CEO Featured in Nashville Business Journal

- July 14, 2017 | Featured, News

  Charles Robert Bone, President and CEO of Bonelaw, was the featured leader in the Nashville Business Journal’s “The Boss” series. Click The Boss to read the full interview.  

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Bonelaw President and CEO Charles Robert Bone Discusses Nashville Growth

- June 29, 2017 | Featured, News

Bone McAllester Norton President and CEO Charles Robert Bone spoke with NewsChannel 5 on Nashville being named by Forbes as the city with the highest job growth among the 70 largest labor markets in the United States. Bone noted the firm has benefited from being in the “it city” with lawyers wanting to work in Nashville, […]

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Bonelaw Congratulates 19 Clients on the New Tennessee Whiskey Trail

- June 23, 2017 | Featured, News

Tennessee is the home of numerous world renowned distilleries and many of them turn to Bone McAllester Norton for legal guidance. Recently opened by The Tennessee Distillers Guild, a membership organization consisting of Tennessee distilleries, the Tennessee Whisky Trail consists of a 25-stop distillery tour across the state of Tennessee. Of those 25 stops, 19 turn […]

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Anne C. Martin Named Among Top Labor and Employment Lawyers in 2017 Chambers USA

- May 31, 2017 | Featured, News

Congratulations to BoneLaw’s Anne C. Martin for being ranked in the 2017 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, published by Chambers & Partners. Anne was recognized for her work in the area of labor and employment law. Noted by Chambers as a “highly respected employment lawyer in Tennessee,” Anne has been widely published […]

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Bone Law Attorneys Selected to Nashville’s Best of the Bar list

- May 17, 2017 | Featured, News

We are honored to share that three of our attorneys have been selected to Nashville’s Best of the Bar list, published by the Nashville Business Journal. The publication took nominations from the public for two months. Eligible nominees then participated in private voting, allowing the nominees to vote on each other. This process is designed […]

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BoneLaw’s Stephen Zralek to speak on Recent United States Supreme Court Trademark and Copyright Cases

- May 17, 2017 | Featured, News

On May 19th BoneLaw attorney, Stephen Zralek, will participate in the Tennessee Bar Association’s 2017 Entertainment & Sports Forum. Zralek is among a distinguished group of speakers for an afternoon discussion of some of the most cutting edge legal issues in the music and entertainment industry today. Zralek will take a fresh look at two […]

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Tennessee’s Business Court is Back in Business

- May 15, 2017 | Featured, News

Many of our clients will be happy to know that Tennessee’s Business Court is back in business as of May 1, 2017, after the Tennessee Supreme Court lifted an embargo on the filing of new cases. Clients with sophisticated business disputes and intellectual property disputes based in Tennessee can once again avail themselves of a forum […]

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