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Bill Ramsey

Bill Ramsey

William T. Ramsey is an attorney at Neal & Harwell, where the primary focus of his practice is complex civil and criminal litigation. He also has a significant entertainment law practice representing artists and entertainers.  He is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, all federal and state courts in Tennessee, and many other federal circuit courts of appeals.

Mr. Ramsey has represented a variety of defendants in federal white collar prosecutions and investigations, including bank, healthcare, securities, tax and mail and wire fraud cases.  His extensive civil jury trial experience includes cases involving personal injury, business torts, computer and technology litigation, and complex commercial transactions. His practice also encompasses securities litigation and securities and business dispute arbitration, both as arbitrator and advocate.

He is responsible for the design, implementation and operation of all technology systems at Neal & Harwell and has lectured extensively on the use of technology in the practice of law, litigation involving computers and technology, and the impact of the internet on litigation and general law practice.

Mr. Ramsey was a law clerk for the Honorable Harry Phillips of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit prior to joining Neal & Harwell.

Mr. Ramsey graduated in 1973 from Georgia Institute of Technology with high honors in Mechanical Engineering.  He received his J.D. degree in 1980 from the University of Tennessee College of Law, where he was a member of the Order of the Coif and Law Review.  He was awarded the Michie Law Publishing Award for graduating first in his law school class.

Guest Appearances
February 22, 2024

TECHSHOW 2024: Beat the Clock – Technology to Save You Time and Keep You Young

Often, attorneys’ schedules are so packed that they feel overwhelmed by daily tasks, struggling to manage their time effectively. Lawyers want to have the time they need to do their work well,...