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- The capital of Tennessee, in the north central part of the state, on the Cumberland River; pop. 569,891. It is noted for its music industry and for the Country Music Hall of Fame
- capital of the state of Tennessee; located in the north central part of the state on the Cumberland River; known for country music
- Nashville! is a commercial radio channel on XM Satellite Radio. It is located on XM11 and plays a wide range of country music hits from the early 1990s through today. The channel is programmed out of Cincinnati, Ohio. Advertising sales are handled by Premiere Radio Networks.
- Nashville is the fifth album by indie folk musician Josh Rouse. It was released in 2005 by Rykodisc.
- A lawyer
- A person appointed to act for another in business or legal matters
- In the United States, a lawyer; one who advises or represents others in legal matters as a profession; An agent or representative authorized to act on someone else's behalf
- lawyer: a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice
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What No One Ever Tells You About Investing in Real Estate : Real-Life Advice from 101 Successful Investors
Investing in real estate can be complex and fraught with perils. New investors and seasoned veterans alike make mistakes. In a brand-new take on real estate investing, experienced investor and attorney Robert J. Hill II shares words of wisdom gained through experience from successful real-life real estate investors nationwide. This is practical advice on the real-life traps that trip up even the most experienced investors. What No One Ever Tells You About Investing in Real Estate will help new, experienced, and would-be real estate investors identify pitfalls and learn tricks and strategies to sidestep problem areas. Readers get hands-on advice in such action areas as:
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Adams and Reese Conference Room
STG Design provided Interior Architectural services for Adams & Reese, LLP, a 32,000 square foot office in downtown Nashville, located on the 27th & 28th floors of the Fifth Third Building. The design concept was to project a classic and timeless feel with modern interpretations. The space contains traditional deep wood tones throughout, blended with contemporary elements through the use of clean lines, metal and glass. The space includes an interconnecting monumental stair that creates a dramatic two-story opening as a centralizing element for the conference spaces and lobby. Off the board room and attorney lounge are exterior terraces with captivating views of downtown. © 2011 Rachel Paul Photography
Tennessee State Capitol -- Nashville (TN) July 2011
The Tennessee State Capitol was completed in 1859 and is situated high upon a downtown Nashville hilltop in the North Capitol neighborhood. The Tennessee State Capitol continues to remain as a functional part of Tennessee Government and is home to the House of Representatives, and the Senate. The Tennessee State Capitol offers a free self-guided walking tours to the general public as well as guided educational tours. In the foreground is a statue of Edward Ward Carmack (1858 –1908), an attorney, newspaperman, and controversial political figure who served as a U.S. Senator from Tennessee from 1901 to 1907. Image by Ron Cogswell on July 20, 2011, using a Pentax Optio A10 and minor Photoshop effects. IMGP7780
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Phillip Miller is a nationally-recognized attorney who specializes in representing people and families who have experienced serious, catastrophic injuries and death. He has represented people and families who have been involved in automobile, motorcycle, and tractor-trailer accidents for more than 25 years. He is certified as a civil trial specialist by the Tennessee Supreme Court and the National Board of Trial Advocacy.1 Mr. Miller has been recognized as one of the Best of the Bar by the Nashville Business Journal, and his firm has been designated as one of the pre-eminent law firms in the United States. Mr. Miller is a frequently-sought lecturer on legal issues and has spoken at the National Judicial College, Harvard Law School, the University of North Carolina, Sanford Law School, The William Mitchell School of Law, the Nashville School of Law, the University of South Texas, and Duke Law School. As part of his practice, Mr. Miller is frequently hired by other firms to help them prepare their biggest, most significant cases. Firms in Michigan, Alabama, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Texas, Kansas, Oregon, Kentucky, California and Missouri have used Mr. Miller to help them recover tens of millions of dollars for their injured clients who had claims arising from automobile, motorcycle, and tractor trailer accidents, as well as claims arising from medical malpractice and defective products.