Bone McAllester Norton Welcomes Former U.S. Attorney, Current Assistant U.S. Attorney and Formation of Criminal Law Practice
Bone McAllester Norton announced today the addition of former U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee, Ed Yarbrough, along with current Assistant U.S. Attorney Alex Little. Together with Bonelaw attorney James Mackler, the trio will form a new practice focusing on criminal defense and governmental investigations.
“We are excited to have two attorneys of such prestige and caliber join our firm,” said Charles W. Bone, founder and chairman of Bone McAllester Norton. “Individually, they are each excellent lawyers. I have admired Ed’s service to the community for years and am proud to now have him as a partner. Alex has vast experience that spans the globe. With the addition of Ed and Alex, they will enable us to serve clients facing any type of criminal matter or sensitive investigation and to do so with a level and breadth of experience that is unique in Tennessee.”
Yarbrough and Little will join the firm on Thursday, August 1.
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