Tennessee Case Law & Seminars featuring
Work by Our Attorneys
The attorneys at Schell & Oglesby, LLC take great pride in the achievements and results of our practice.
We dedicate our careers to excellence every step of the way and the Tennessee legal community makes note of it.
The reported cases, below, are an indication of our hard work and solid understanding of how to leverage the laws of Tennessee for our clients.
We welcome the opportunity to explain to current and prospective clients how the details of your case may vary from the cases below and how those differences may affect your possible outcome.
Talk to us about our seminar topics, too.
Reported Cases in Tennessee
P. Edward Schell
Learn more about attorney P. Edward Schell.
- In Re. C K.G., C.A.G. and C.L.G. 173 S.W.3rd 714 (Tenn. 2005)
- Button v. Waite 208 S.W. 3rd 366 (Tenn. 2006)
- Kesterson v. Varner 172 S.W. 3rd 556 (Tenn. Ct. App. 2005)
Law Seminar Topics and Speaking Engagements
Robert E. Lee Davies
Learn more about attorney Robert E. Lee Davies.
- Law Clerk and Staff Attorney Seminar, Administrative Office of the Courts, October 2005.
- “In the Trial Court,” Tennessee Trial Lawyers Domestic Law Seminar, April 2005
- “The Basics, the Uses, and the Dangers of Transitional Alimony, the Newest and Most Misunderstood Form of Alimony,” Tennessee Trial Lawyers Domestic Law Seminar, April 2006
- Panel Discussion, “Road to the Courthouse, Winning Through the Ballot,” Leadership Law “Issues in the Courts” Program, Tennessee Bar Association, March 2007
- “Can You Help Your Client Prevent a Parental Relocation?,” Tennessee Trial Lawyers Domestic Law Seminar, April 2007
- “How Can You Effectively Appeal the Division of Assets and How Do You Effectively Prepare Your Appeal in a Domestic Case?” Domestic Law Forum, Tennessee Association for Justice, April 2008
- “The Way We Do Things in Williamson County,” Williamson County Bar Association, May 2007
- Panel Discussion, “View from the Bench – Trial Tactics and Strategy; Do’s and Don’ts from the Judges’ Perspectives; Practice Management Tips; Handling the Difficult Client; The Pros and Cons of Expert Testimony in Custody Disputes,” Updates and Practice Strategies, Family Law Institute, October 2008
- “Building the Case in the Trial Court,” Lorman Education Services, December 2008.
- Instructor, Family Law, Nashville School of Law, 2005—. Circuit Court Judge, 21st Judicial District for both Civil and Criminal Cases, September 2000-October 2008. Special Judge, Court of Appeals, Middle District of Tennessee.
Law Seminar Presentations By Mr. David Veile:
- 2015 Legislative Update – Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, June 2015
- Start Your Solo Gig: How to Step Out on Your Own – Tennessee Lawyers’ Association for Women, Tennessee Bar Association, June 2015
- Best Practices from a Defense Attorney’s Perspective – Williamson County General Sessions Primer, Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, November 2014
- When a Domestic Case Turns Criminal – Domestic Law Forum, Tennessee Bar Association, April 2014
- Solo in a Box Program – 2014 General Practice Summit, Tennessee Bar Association, August 2014
- Solo in a Box Program Overview – 2014 BPR Ethics Workshop, Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility, November 2014
- DUI Law – Tennessee Bar Association General Practice Summit, August 2013
- The Law and Summary of Drugs and Schedules – Tennessee Bar Association Docket Call: Practicing Criminal Law In Tennessee, April 2013
- Criminal Law Legislative Update – Rutherford and Cannon County Bar Association Continuing Legal Education, September 2012