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Butler Snow Attorneys Selected as Nashville Bar Foundation Fellows

Butler Snow is pleased to announce that two of our attorneys were recently named Fellows of the Nashville Bar Foundation. Charles I. Malone and Jason W. Callen were inducted March 10.

Fellows of the Nashville Bar Foundation (NBF) are selected by their colleagues, and each class is limited to approximately 2 percent of the Nashville Bar Association Membership.

The NBF was incorporated in 1980 with funds collected by the Nashville Bar Memorial Fund.  The NBF Fellows Program was established in 1991 as a way for the bar to honor its colleagues who have contributed significantly to the community.  The objective of the NBF is to raise an endowment that will allow the organization to have an impact on initiatives in the Nashville legal community.

Charlie concentrates his practice on commercial litigation, general litigation, business torts and unfair competition, corporate governance, director and officer liability and professional liability. Charlie is an AV-rated litigation attorney, specializing in commercial litigation, investigations and professional liability issues.

Jason concentrates his practice on commercial litigation, appellate and written advocacy, white collar, compliance and government investigations, director and officer liability, business torts and unfair competition and financial services litigation. He was previously selected as a Mid-South Super Lawyers® Rising Star and has been AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell.

Past Fellows classes include Kara Shea (’17), Kevin Baltz (’17), Valerie Moore (’16), Erin Palmer Polly (’15), John Hayworth (’08), Joe Welborn (’08), Melvin Malone (’06), Mark Tipps (“04), Mandy Young (’02), Bill O’Bryan (‘99), George Crawford (’98), and Katie Edge (’96).