By Phil Gibbs on May 13, 2010
Attorney Amy J. Everhart has joined the E|SPACES Member Council, according to Jim Lackey, Council Chair. Amy founded her firm to focus on individuals and organizations in the creative industries, entrepreneurs, inventors, business owners, and others with legal needs in the areas of trademark, copyright, entertainment, and the internet. From 1998 to 2009, she practiced law with the Nashville firm Riley Warnock & Jacobson, PLC. A graduate of Vanderbilt School of Law, Ms. Everhart is the Founding Co-Chair of the Solo and Small-Practice Committee of the Nashville Bar Association, former Chair of the Entertainment & Sports Law Section of the Tennessee Bar Association, and Executive Council Member of the Intellectual Property Section of the Tennessee Bar Association.
E|SPACES is a new work and meeting space for today’s generation of mobile, connected professionals, including small firms and independent attorneys who need a professional environment to work and meet with clients. In addition to a physical environment, E|SPACES provides a professional community for attorneys, accountants, consultants, designers, entrepreneurs and professionals in all areas to learn, network, find clients and make referrals.
In her role on the Member Council, Amy will provide feedback on all aspects of the E|SPACES experience. Prior to opening in July in the new Hill Center at Belle Meade, the full Council will be in place to help redefine the concept of the office and meeting space for professionals.
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