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Jason W. Callen

Represented public health care company in arbitration against former subsidiary stemming from the spin-off of the sub where the sub asserted claims in excess of US$400 million. Following a four-week arbitration, the client health care company prevailed on the majority of the claims.

Represented healthcare technology company against allegations of securities fraud and breach of contract brought in Tennessee state court by former investors in the company. Investors sought millions of dollars in damages and case was settled on terms highly favorable to the client. 

Represented defendant in a week-long federal jury trial related to multi-million dollar claims of copyright infringement of best practices training manuals. Obtained favorable jury verdict for client.

Represented a publicly-traded retailer in a lawsuit to enforce a US$1.5 billion merger agreement where the key dispute was a national issue of first impression regarding Material Adverse Change (MAC) clauses. The case was tried for a week and eventually settled.

Represented numerous individuals in business divorces, some of which were settled and one of which proceeded to a jury trial resulting in a judgment for the client.

Represented Fortune 100 technology company in a lawsuit in which global manufacturer claimed nearly $200 million in damages as a result of an allegedly defective data-management system.

Represented the Nashville MTA in two suits involving claims for breach of contract, copyright infringement and unjust enrichment. The Nashville MTA has asserted counterclaims to recover almost US$5 million for an alleged defective computer-aided dispatch system installed by Plaintiff throughout MTA’s busing transportation system.

Co-counsel for the managers of a group of portfolio funds who were sued by numerous individual holders of variable annuity policies, the values of which were tied to the performance of the portfolio funds. After the funds performed poorly, the holders asserted various fraud and state securities claims seeking millions of dollars in damages against the managers, the issuers of the policies, and an investment advisor. The case was resolved by confidential settlement.

Represented a former auto dealer in a breach of contract suit against the auto manufacturer for approximately US$3 million in damages.

Represented numerous debtors and creditors nationwide in adversary proceedings in bankruptcies.

Represented a nationwide dental management company in a lawsuit brought by its insurance carrier to rescind all professional liability policies with an alleged US$1 billion in coverage at issue. The suit followed a multi-million settlement by the client with the Department of Justice and numerous state attorneys general.

Represented a nationwide construction materials distributor in a suit with its chief competitor over unlawful recruiting.

Represented two widows whose husbands died on the Hermitage Golf Course when a rotten tree fell onto their golf cart. The case was settled after the trial judge excluded defendant’s expert witness.

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