Bradley is pleased to announce that Casey L. Miller, an associate in the firm’s Nashville office, has received the Enterprise Award from the Nashville Bar Association (NBA) Young Lawyers Division (YLD) for the second consecutive year. She was also appointed to new leadership roles with the NBA and its YLD.
Ms. Miller received the Enterprise Award for her efforts in 2019 as co-chair of the YLD’s Carbolic Smoke Ball Committee, which raises money for CASA Nashville and Nashville Children’s Alliance. The organizations provide services to abused and neglected children.
In 2020, Ms. Miller will serve as a member of the executive board and director of professional development for the YLD. She will also serve as co-chair of the NBA’s Chancery and Circuit Court Committee, which monitors activity of the Chancery and Circuit Courts of Davidson County and makes recommendations regarding improvements in these courts.
“It is a pleasure to see Casey recognized for the fine work she has done for the NBA’s Young Lawyers Division,” said Bradley Nashville Office Managing Partner Lela Hollabaugh. “We also congratulate and commend Casey for taking on new leadership roles with the Nashville Bar in 2020.”
A member of Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group, Ms. Miller represents clients in a variety of commercial litigation and dispute resolution matters. She focuses her diverse practice on business tort litigation, contract disputes, fiduciary-duty claims involving corporate directors and officers, intellectual property litigation, securities litigation, disputes over non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, and real estate litigation. She also represents organizations and individuals in government and internal investigations, advises clients in regulatory compliance matters, and handles related litigation and white-collar defense matters.
The purpose of the YLD is to promote a better understanding of the law and the legal profession to the general public; to sponsor community, educational and professional programs for the general public and the legal profession; and to encourage fellowship among the young lawyers of Tennessee’s Davidson County.