Phillip A. Noblett, Attorney
PHILLIP A. NOBLETT was admitted to practice before the Tennessee Supreme Court in 1982. He is currently admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts for the Western and Eastern Districts of Tennessee; the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals; and the U.S. Supreme Court. He is Certified as a Civil Litigation Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
PHIL has practiced with Randall L. Nelson and Michael A. McMahan in the same office location at 801 Broad Street, Suite 400, Chattanooga, Tennessee since 1985. Since 1990 this practice has been known as NELSON, MCMAHAN & NOBLETT with minor variations.
PHIL was the Research Editor for The American Journal of Trial Advocacy from 1981 to 1982 at Cumberland School of Law. After receiving his law degree, Phil was selected as Law Clerk to Judge Lloyd Tatum, for the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals in Jackson, Tennessee during 1982-1983. PHIL was the President of the Chattanooga Bar Association in 1994 and has held a number of positions within that Bar Association. PHIL continues to remain active in that organization and its committees. PHIL currently spends much of his litigation practice handling cases involving Civil Rights Law, Employment Law; Personal Injury Law; and Zoning Law. PHIL continues to maintain an active Civil Trial and Appellate Practice on diverse and often highly newsworthy matters in Southeast Tennessee.
PHIL has represented the City of Chattanooga, the Town of Signal Mountain, Tennessee and a variety of private and governmental clients in litigation matters in State and Federal courts. PHIL has a heavy practice focus in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee and in the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. PHIL has been involved in many highly media covered jury trials and hearings during his practice for more than 20 years in this community. Phil has been an active speaker for Continuing Legal Education topics for Attorneys and Legal Support Personnel in this community and state during the last ten years.
|Education:||University of Tennessee B.A., Bachelor of Arts in History|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Eastern District of Tennessee 1983|
U.S. Supreme Court 1990
U.S. District Court Western District of Tennessee 1983
U.S. Court of Appeals 6th Circuit 1986
Broadway Books v. Roberts 1986
Thomas v. City of Chattanooga 2005
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