- Civil Litigation
- Business Transactions
- Trial Practice
- Corporate Law
- Real Estate
- Labor and Employment
- Criminal Law
- Family Law
- Estate Planning
- Commercial Law
- Personal Injury
- Commercial Litigation
- Commercial Real Estate
- Intellectual Property
- Products Liability
- Eminent Domain
- Workers Compensation
- Domestic Relations
- Banks and Banking
- Bank Foreclosures
- Commercial Loans
- Secured Lending
- Business Law
- Construction Law
- Federal Practice
- Trusts and Estates
- Municipal Law
- Leases and Leasing
- Guardianship and Conservatorship
Service, Tradition and Experience.
Henry, McCord, Bean, Miller, Gabriel & LaBar, P.L.L.C. is a dynamic and energetic law firm of five attorneys in its office in Tullahoma, Tennessee. The firm has a history of over 65 years, having been founded in 1950 by James H. Henry and John M. McCord, whose commitments to excellence and community service still provide the foundation of the firm as it exists today.
Our firm handles legal matters in the following practice areas: General Civil and Trial Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Tort-Negligence, Corporate Law, Labor Law, Real Estate Law, Criminal Trial Practice, Estate Planning and Probate, Commercial and Business Transactions, Commercial Litigation, Intellectual Property, Employment Law, Personal Injury, Products Liability, Eminent Domain, Workers Compensation, Domestic Relations, Mediation and Bankruptcy (Creditor).
Henry, McCord, Bean, Miller, Gabriel & LaBar, P.L.L.C. ("Henry & McCord") is dedicated in the philosophy in providing superior service to its clients. A unique blend of "small town" service and "large city" services combine to form a philosophy of providing many of the services and capabilities which are commonly thought as being only available in a larger cosmopolitan setting, yet with the friendliness and client relationship which is often thought of as only available in a small town setting. This unique combination of goals underscores Henry & McCord's commitment to delivering its services to clients.
Henry & McCord is one of the few firms located in a small town setting which divides its firm along functional divisional lines, maintaining separate divisions within its office for a corporate, commercial, and estate planning division, a litigation division and a real estate division (see Practice Area page). Henry & McCord has been involved in litigation involving millions of dollars as well as criminal activities up to and including death penalty cases. In transactional matters we have handled multi-million dollar transactions in multi-state settings. Our clients range from business entities with multi-state and localized activities, financial institutions, government and government agencies, multi-million dollar trusts and estates, to mom and pop businesses and individuals.
Henry & McCord attorneys have a history of public service in addition to their practices. Attorneys from Henry & McCord have held positions on committees with the Tennessee Bar Association, every office in local bar associations, been commissioners of local planning commissions, and serve on a multitude of charitable boards of directors and area scholarship committees, as well as foundations established for the benefit of the City of Tullahoma and Motlow State Community College.
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