Our Experience

Everhart Law Firm can guide you in protecting the execution of your bright idea, whether the result is a business or product name, a creative work, an internet presence, or a career in the entertainment industry.

Lightbulb Moments We've Represented

Our clients include artists, authors, creators, entertainers, entrepreneurs, business owners, and other individuals and companies in a variety of industries. Below is a sample. Click on a logo to learn more about each lightbulb moment.

Our Own Lightbulb Moments

“Practice Point: Intellectual Property Checklist for Marketing the Recording Artist Online”

University of Georgia Law School Journal of Intellectual Property Law, Spring 2011

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“The Fine Line between Infringement and Fair Use”

Moderator, Tennessee Bar Association Entertainment & Sports Law and Intellectual Property Sections Seminar and Continuing Legal Education Course, November 2010

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“Book Publishing Law in a Digital World”

Moderator, Tennessee Bar Association Entertainment & Sports Law Section Seminar and Continuing Legal Education Course, May 2010

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“BizLadies Series: Trademark 101 for Designers”

Guest Author, Design *Sponge Blog, November 3, 2009

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“Your Copyright Questions Answered”

Guest Author, Book By Its Cover Blog, August 19, 2009

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“Biz Ladies Series: Copyright 101 for Designers”

Guest Author, Design *Sponge Blog, June 16, 2009

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“Effective Meetings: Guidance for Being an Effective Leader”

Speaker, Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Conference, January 2009

Presented with Danny Van Horn, Butler, Snow, O’Mara, Stevens & Cannada, PLLC

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“Music Industry Leaders Debate the Top Issues of 2008”

Moderator, Tennessee Bar Association Entertainment & Sports Law Section Seminar and Continuing Legal Education Course, December 2008

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“Copyright, Trademark, and Internet Law in Communication”

Presenter, Religion Communicators Council, Nashville Chapter, December 2007

“Ritchie v. Williams and the complete preemption doctrine in copyright: The new federal/state debate”

Tennessee Bar Journal, October 2006

Cited in Shuptrine v. McDougal Little, 535 F. Supp. 2d 892 (E.D. Tenn. 2008)

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Tennessee Protection of Minor Performers Act

Tenn. Code Ann. § 50-5-201, et seq.

Co-Author with Dorothy Campbell, Phillip Lyon, Robert Sullivan, and Nora Miles

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