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Bone Law Criminal Defense Attorney Henry Leventis Featured in the Tennessean about Justice and Enforcement of the Law

Henry C Leventis Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexJustice begins with equal enforcement of the law. The recent deaths of George Floyd and others at the hands of the police and the subsequent reactions have swept our city and country up in impassioned and necessary discussions of systemic inequities in policing.

Bone McAllester Norton’s Criminal Defense Attorney Henry Leventis has penned a column for The Tennessean. In this piece, he details how strong oversight by the Justice Department (DOJ) is crucial to address discriminatory policing and acts of police brutality. Read the full piece below to learn how and why the DOJ should hold everyone – including the police – accountable under law. Click here to read the full article.

Henry Leventis is a white-collar criminal defense and federal investigations attorney with Bone McAllester Norton. From 2010 to 2015, he prosecuted police brutality cases throughout the United States as a trial attorney with the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division. 

Bone Law Criminal Defense Attorney Kee Bryant-McCormick Named as Nashville ATHENA Traditional Award Recipient

Kee Bryant McCormick Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexBone McAllester Norton Criminal Defense Attorney Kee Bryant-McCormick was chosen as the recipient of the 2020 ATHENA Leadership Award. Presented by Nashville Cable, this award celebrates women who demonstrate excellence, creativity and initiative in their profession, contribute to their community, and mentor other women. Among the 25 women in Nashville and Middle Tennessee recognized in the final round, Kee was selected as the sole honoree for the Traditional category.

Kee is a member of our Sumner County office and concentrates her practice in the areas of criminal defense and government investigations, estate planning, probate, wills and trusts, business and corporate law, and special education law.

Kee believes everyone deserves excellent legal service regardless of income or social status, and has dedicated her career to representing people from all backgrounds. She has proved herself to be a problem-solver in tough situations. Prior to joining Bone McAllester Norton, Kee ran her own private practice in Hendersonville, where she represented clients in civil litigation and criminal litigation. Her passion for helping people blossomed through her service as assistant public defender for the 18th Judicial District.

A true humanitarian, Kee also serves her community through a variety of roles for professional organizations and nonprofits. She is a certified arbitrator for the Nashville Better Business Bureau, is acting chairman of the board for the Shalom Zone and serves as trustee for Volunteer State Community College. She is a former president of the Hendersonville League of Women Voters and a past board member of the Rotary Club of Hendersonville. Kee was the first African American woman to be selected as planning commissioner for the City of Hendersonville and currently serves as vice chairman for the organization. One of her favorite service projects is coaching the mock trial team for Beech High School, where her students have finished in the top 10 at the state competition for several years.

Read more about this award and the full list of honorees on Cable’s website, https://nashvillecable.org/advocacy/athena/.

Bone Law Criminal Defense Attorney Henry Leventis Featured in Association of Corporate Counsel on Heightened Risk of Federal Investigations Amid COVID-19 White Collar Crime

Henry C Leventis Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexThe U.S. government has spent an unprecedented amount of money fighting COVID-19’s economic impact with initiatives like the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). This act provides billions of dollars in relief funds for businesses across a wide range of industries who have been impacted by the pandemic. What these companies may not realize, however, is that, where there’s money, there’s enforcement. Bone McAllester Norton Criminal Defense Attorney Henry Leventis and Envision Healthcare chief litigation counsel Marc Bonora have penned a piece for the Association of Corporate Counsel, detailing the heightened risk of federal investigations for companies in the wake of COVID-19 and what they can do to be prepared.

An experienced litigator and the former White-Collar Chief and Director of Litigation for the United States Attorney’s Office in Nashville, Henry Leventis focuses his practice on helping businesses and individuals with criminal and federal investigations. Henry’s diverse background enables him to provide valuable perspective on a number of issues, including trial and litigation, regulatory and compliance matters, internal investigations and white-collar crime.

Click here to read the full article. 

Avoid Healthcare Fraud: Bone McAllester Criminal Defense Attorney Henry Leventis Offers Tips as Telemedicine Skyrockets

Henry C Leventis Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexTelemedicine use has skyrocketed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. With health care providers adapting to the new norms to serve their patients, they can open themselves up to unexpected and unwanted attention from government regulators. In an article for Nashville Medical News, Bone McAllester Norton Criminal Defense Attorney and former Director of Litigation for the United States Attorney’s Office Henry Leventis provides simple, essential guidance for providers to minimize their risk of being audited or investigated. Click the link to read the full article and learn how to sidestep the potential legal pitfalls of the coronavirus telehealth surge.

https://nashvillemedicalnews.blog/2020/04/10/hold-that-call-telemedicine-regulatory-compliance-issues-every-provider-should-know-about/

Bone McAllester Norton Welcomes Criminal Defense Attorney Jonathan Farmer to Nashville Office

Jonathan P Farmer Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexJonathan Farmer, former founding member of Farmer Purcell White & Lassiter, PLLC, has joined Bone McAllester Norton PLLC. Jonathan brings over 20 years of experience and concentrates his practice on criminal defense and federal investigations, personal injury, wrongful death, and civil litigation.

Jonathan’s leadership experience and litigation work in Nashville make him a great fit for our team,” said Charles Robert Bone, president and CEO of Bone McAllester Norton. “I’m looking forward to seeing him continue to build his practice with us, and use his level of expertise to provide great work for his clients.”

Jonathan is a native Nashvillian and received his bachelor’s degree and J.D. from the University of Tennessee.

Criminal Defense Attorney Henry Leventis Brings White Collar Crime and Healthcare Fraud Expertise to Bone McAllester Norton

Henry C Leventis Attorney at Bone McAllester Norton Professional indexFormer federal prosecutor and Director of Litigation for the United States Attorney’s Office in Nashville Henry Leventis has joined Bone McAllester Norton PLLC.

“Henry’s wealth of knowledge and years of experience make him a tremendous asset to our team,” said Charles Robert Bone, president and CEO of Bone McAllester Norton. “His diverse perspective and deep litigation experience will help us continue to build upon our practice areas and better serve our clients.”

Leventis will join former United States Attorney Ed Yarbrough in Bone McAllester Norton’s Criminal Defense and Federal Investigations practice group. He will focus on white-collar criminal defense, civil government enforcement matters and internal investigations. 

Leventis earned his bachelor’s degree from the College of Charleston and his J.D. degree from Washington and Lee University School of Law.