King & Ballow - Firm Profile
King & Ballow
Size of Organization: 47
Year Established: 1969
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King & Ballow has a diverse national practice encompassing broad areas of the law. The firm represents corporate clients in all 50 states, in industries including transportation, banking, manufacturing, health care, finance, air travel, hospitality, publishing, printing, entertainment and local government. While King & Ballow is best known for its litigation and labor/employment law practice, the firm has an extensive media practice, representing more than 300 daily newspapers and over 100 radio and television stations. The firm also represents many professional corporations and individuals.
The goal of King & Ballow is to provide its clients with the highest quality of legal services in the most efficient and cost effective manner. Because of the nature and scope of our practice, our attorneys often deal with complex and novel legal issues. Every effort is made to provide our attorneys with an environment in which they can fully develop their professional and personal skills to ensure the highest quality of client service. Entry level hiring is limited to attorneys who have served as judicial clerks in federal courts.
King & Ballow has offices in Nashville, Tennessee, and San Diego, California. King & Ballow's Nashville office is an independent member of Meritas, the world's largest organization of independent business and commercial law firms with affiliated member firms in approximately 70 countries.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law and Government Agencies; Antitrust and Trade Regulation; Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution; Business Law; Circulation and Distribution; Construction Law; Discrimination; Employee Benefits; Entertainment Law; Estate Planning; Family Law; First Amendment; Health care; Immigration; Intellectual Property; Labor and Employment Law; Litigation (State and Federal); Media Law; National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Elections; National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Litigation; Negotiations; Newspaper Law; Occupational Safety and Health Administration; Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations; Real Estate; Tax Appeals; Transportation; Wage and Hour Class Actions.