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Adams and Reese Partner Linda Edell Howard has been named among Nashville Business Journal’s 2016 Women in Music City Award winners. The award honors women working in the music business who are making a creative and economic impact on the industry. Edell Howard will be honored alongside 29 fellow 2016 award winners at a red-carpet dinner Sept. 27th at the Omni Nashville Hotel. The 2016 awards event will also recognize Reba McEntire, NBJ’s 2016 Artist of the Year, and NBJ 2016 Breakout Artist, Jana Kramer.
9/26/2016
The law firm of Adams and Reese is pleased to announce it has once again earned a spot on BTI Consulting Group’s annual BTI Litigation Outlook Report. The 2017 report – “BTI Litigation Outlook 2017: Changes, Trends and Opportunities for Law Firms” – ranked Adams and Reese among the top 15% of law firms in six areas of litigation, including complex employment litigation and IP litigation.
9/22/2016
Adams and Reese attorney Lara E. White, a partner in the firm’s New Orleans office, has been elected At-Large Council Member for the American Bar Association Section of Litigation for a three-year term beginning during the 2016-2017 bar year. She has also been appointed to the Section of Litigation’s newly created Strategic Planning Committee, which will undertake the Section’s first comprehensive strategic planning process in 10 years.
9/19/2016

Recent Media Mentions

Adams and Reese Partner Linda Edell Howard has been named among Nashville Business Journal’s 2016 Women in Music City Award winners. The award honors women working in the music business who are making a creative and economic impact on the industry. Edell Howard will be honored alongside 29 fellow 2016 award winners at a red-carpet dinner Sept. 27th at the Omni Nashville Hotel. The 2016 awards event will also recognize Reba McEntire, NBJ’s 2016 Artist of the Year, and NBJ 2016 Breakout Artist, Jana Kramer.
9/26/2016
The law firm of Adams and Reese is pleased to announce it has once again earned a spot on BTI Consulting Group’s annual BTI Litigation Outlook Report. The 2017 report – “BTI Litigation Outlook 2017: Changes, Trends and Opportunities for Law Firms” – ranked Adams and Reese among the top 15% of law firms in six areas of litigation, including complex employment litigation and IP litigation.
9/22/2016
Nashville Music Row Partner in Charge Lynn Morrow was interviewed as part of Wortman Works Media & Marketing’s WWTV Industry Expert Series “Show Me the Money.” In the two-part episode, Morrow analyzes the latest statistics on music sales and discusses the rise of the 360 record deal.
9/20/2016

Recent Announcements

Adams and Reese is pleased to announce that Blake Hale Hardwich, former Deputy Chief of Staff for Administration for Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley, has joined the firm as Special Counsel on the Government Relations Practice Team. Hardwich focuses her law practice in government relations, economic development and litigation. Hardwich will practice in Montgomery and the firm’s Birmingham office.
8/2/2016
Adams and Reese is pleased to announce that Jennifer Wilson has joined the firm’s Tampa office as a Government Affairs Advisor (non-lawyer lobbyist) on the Government Relations Practice Team. With a decade of experience working for the Florida Legislature, where she drafted and analyzed legislation as a staff member for four elected officials, Jennifer understands the inner-workings of Florida’s legislative process. She has written numerous pieces of legislation that became law in Florida, on topics ranging from economic development and transportation to criminal justice reform.
7/26/2016
Adams and Reese is pleased to announce that Anthony M. Quattrone has joined its Columbia, South Carolina office as an Associate and member of the firm’s Transactions and Corporate Advisory Services Practice Group and Government Relations Practice Team. Quattrone is a former public affairs director for a national communications firm, a former political director for a South Carolina gubernatorial campaign, and a former research analyst for the South Carolina Office of the Attorney General. He brings a valuable mix of experience in legal, political, public affairs and financial services fields to the regional firm—which has 16 offices in 15 markets across the southern U.S. and Washington, D.C.
7/21/2016