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Bone Law Attorney I’Ashea L. Myles Selected for 2021 Nashville Emerging Leaders Program

IAshea Myles Dihigo Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton ProfessionalBone McAllester Norton attorney I’Ashea L. Myles has been chosen to participate in the 2021 Nashville Emerging Leaders (NEL). This is an annual, 11-week leadership training program for talented young professionals who aim to shape and advance Nashville’s future. I’Ashea was selected as one of approximately 30 participants across the entire city.

I’Ashea is an expert in dispute resolution, particularly in the areas of construction, real estate, employment, and commercial business law. Clients trust her with every step of the resolution process, including mediation, arbitration, and jury and bench trials in both federal and state courts. She also has extensive experience in liquor licensing and development of commercial and residential property.

I’Ashea is passionate about equal justice for all and improving the community, particularly through volunteer legal clinics. She serves on the board of directors for the Napier Looby Bar Association, Elevated Development and recently served on the Board of Directors for the Lawyers’ Association for Women.  She is a Diversity Fellow with the Construction Law Forum of the American Bar Association, Nashville Bar Association, National Association of Women in Construction and many more.

Read more on the NEL program website, https://bit.ly/2LNMjX6

Bone McAllester Norton Spotlights Attorney Marshall T. (Marty) Cook

Marshall T Cook Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional IndexFor all things litigation, dispute resolution, real estate development and construction law, Marshall T. “Marty” Cook has the answer.

Marty is an attorney with Bone McAllester Norton’s Sumner County office and handles all aspects of litigation, arbitration and mediation for his clients. His background spans a wide range of industries and cases, including a mixed-use project development, a class action wage case and the sale of a multimillion-dollar international company.

Outside of the office, Marty is an active member of his Sumner County community. He is a board member and former president of the Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce, is the founding board member of nonprofit COMPASS, and has served on the boards of several nonprofits, like the Sumner Teen Center and United Way of Sumner County, among others.

Read more to learn what sets Marty apart by clicking here.

Bone McAllester Norton Attorney I’Ashea Myles-Dihigo Presents at 2019 ABA Forum on Construction Law

Bone McAllester Norton attorney I’Ashea Myles-Dihigo co-presented a workshop on critical insurance issues during the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Annual Forum on Construction Law held April 24-27 in Hollywood, Florida. 

Titled “A Closer Look at Insurance Issues Following a Natural Disaster,” the workshop covered topics such as builder’s risk insurance, business interruption losses and alternate insurance plans that can aid clients in the event of a natural disaster.

Members of ABA’s Forum on Construction Law represent all segments of the construction industry: owners, design professionals, general contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, suppliers, insurers and sureties. The Forum’s mission is to serve the construction industry through education and leadership while aiding in the professional development of construction attorneys.

I’Ashea Myles-Dihigo focuses her practice on construction law, real estate law, employment law and commercial business law, with an emphasis on dispute resolution, including mediation, arbitration, jury and bench trials in both federal and state court. 

For more information on ABA’s Forum on Construction Law, visit its website

ABA Construction Law Forum Bone McAllester Norton Attorney IAshea Myles DihigoPhillip Traux, Philip Silverberg, Bone McAllester Norton Attorney, I'Ashea Myles-Dihigo, and Anthony D. Lehman

Bone McAllester Norton Attorney I’Ashea Myles-Dihigo Offers Legal Advice in Tennessee Department of Transportation Newsletter

Bone McAllester Norton attorney I’Ashea Myles-Dihigo is a featured guest columnist in the Tennessee Department of Transportation Civil Rights Division’s recent newsletter for its Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program. In her article titled “Be Careful Who You Lien: A Change in the Law,” Myles-Dihigo offers legal advice and pointers on a new state law that covers liens involving general contractors, sub-contractors and laborers.

Myles-Dihigo focuses her practice on construction law, real estate law, employment law and commercial business law, with an emphasis on dispute resolution, including mediation, arbitration, jury and bench trials in both federal and state court.

To download a PDF of the “DBE Access” newsletter, click here.

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