The legal team at Agee Owens Law is at your service. We offer reliable advice and representation in legal matters concerning a variety of disciplines. Learn more about the legal practice and its fields of focus.
What Makes Us Different
We are a user friendly law firm. We offer flexible hours as many of our clients are unable to meet during the workday and we offer direct contact information for each attorney in our firm. You will not be routed through numerous secretaries and assistants but will be able to speak directly to an attorney or leave a private message for that attorney. We make every effort to meet clients at their point of need, wherever that may be.
Who We Are
Success born of experience: Our attorneys offer legal assistance with a high degree of specialized knowledge.
Lynn Agee offers a wealth of experience and knowledge in the labor and employment field. Lynn also has years of experience litigating products liability claims and significant personal injury claims.
Michelle Owens focuses her practice on labor and employment law and has great experience litigating and arbitrating cases in the administrative realm. She also regularly practices in Circuit, Chancery and Federal Courts on behalf of employees and unions. In her experience within the administrative realm, she has regularly represented university students in disciplinary and due process hearings. Additionally, Michelle's practice includes: wills, personal injury claims, and products liability claims.
Joyce Cooper focuses her practice on civil litigation, small business, and sports law. She also writes wills and estate plans and practices elder law.
Kaitlin Pegg is the newest associate with the firm after joining in 2014. She has education and experience practicing labor and employment law, specifcially representing unions.
Agee Owens Law
2911 Elm Hill Pike, Suite 2
Nashville, TN 37214
Lynn Agee: 615-896-5296
Michelle Owens: 615-300-8546
Joyce Cooper: 615-830-8593
Recent Court case dealing with University sexual assault:
Butters v James Madison University
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