Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison is pleased to announce that Lisa Helton was elected as Secretary/Treasurer of the Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Law Alumni Association at the 2020 TBA [...]
The COVID-19 global pandemic has changed our lives. The effect on the healthcare industry has been immeasurable, and nursing homes are among the hardest hit sectors. The elderly population is the [...]
Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison attorneys Carla Lovell and Bob Mendes were included in the 2020 class of Best of the Bar presented by the Nashville Business Journal. The attorneys were [...]
Remember the 1994 movie version of Maverick? Remember when Maverick would say “My old papi always used to say, well, he said a lot of things…?” My father said a lot of things, too. [...]
Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison is honored to share that Lauren Curry has been recognized as a Change Agent for Children by The Family Center. Ms. Curry is a leader who helps make it possible [...]
If you want to arbitrate a dispute (instead of litigate in court), you must agree to do so in advance. A party who has not agreed from the outset to arbitrate will not be compelled to arbitrate, [...]
Forced into Bankruptcy: Could Unsecured Creditors File an Involuntary Bankruptcy Petition Against Your Business?
Co-authored by Ramon Ryan, SRVH Summer Associate Last month, investment firm Ashkenazy Acquisition surprised the New York real estate world when it filed an involuntary Chapter 11 petition to [...]