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Alan B. Easterly

Member

+ AEasterly 2016

Tallan Building 200 W. ML King Blvd., Suite 500 Chattanooga Tennessee 37402-2566

alan.easterly@leitnerfirm.com

423-424-3905 (direct)
423-308-0905 (direct fax)

423-265-0214 (local)
423-266-5490 (fax)
800-421-0979 (toll free)
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Areas of Practice

ADR / Mediation
Appellate Practice
Commercial Litigation
Construction
Environmental / Mass Torts
General Liability
Product Liability
Transportation Law
Insurance Coverage & Defense
Labor & Employment
Premises Liability
Workers' Compensation

STATE BAR ADMISSIONS

Tennessee

Education

University of Tennessee, B.A., 1985

University of Memphis, J.D., 1988

Honors and Awards

AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell

Best Lawyers, Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants (2015-2017)

Judge John D. Martin Scholar (University of Memphis)

Chief Justice of Moot Court Board (1987-88)

National Mock Trial Team (1986-87)

Vice-Justice and Justice of Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity

Best Lawyers in America listed Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants (2016-2018)

Best Lawyers Award Badge

AEasterly new MH

Court Admissions

Tennessee; US District Court of Middle, Eastern and Western Districts of Tennessee; US Court of Appeals; US Supreme Court

Professional Affiliations

Chattanooga, Tennessee, American and Federal Bar Associations

Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association

Defense Research Institute

Transportation Lawyers Association

American Law Firm Association (Product Liability, Mold, Transportation, Retail, & Employment sections)

Transportation Loss Prevention and Security Association

Trucking Industry Defense Association

Supreme Court Historical Society

Rule 31 Listed General Civil Mediator

Member of Federal Mediation Program for the United States District Court, Eastern District

Hearing Committee Member - Board of Professional Responsibility of the Supreme Court of Tennessee

Community Involvement

YMCA - Camp Ocoee Board of Managers

Publications and Lectures

"Solving Water Intrusion and Mold Problems in Tennessee" (2003) presented by Lorman Education Services