Faculty Profile: David Anthony

David AnthonyAnthony Watson PLLC
Previous Courses Taught (30)
  • Navigating Client Financial Issues During the Pandemic
  • Creditors Practice Annual Forum 2020
  • Creditors Practice 2019 - Q&A with a Consumer Lawyer
  • Navigating Client Financial Issues During the Pandemic
  • Creditors Practice 2018: Stay Violations
  • Creditors Practice 2018: Charging Orders & Bankruptcy
  • Creditors Practice Annual Forum 2019
  • Creditors Practice Annual Forum 2018
  • Family Law: Social Media, Technology and Evidentiary Concerns
  • Creditors Practice: Non-Judicial Foreclosures
  • Family Law Forum 2017
  • Creditors Practice Annual Forum 2016
  • Is Your Potential Client a Nigerian King: Best Practices in Evaluating New Client Inquiries
  • How to Use Websites and Social Media to Grow Your Practice 101
  • GP 2014: Collecting Debts in General Sessions Court
  • How to Ultimately Prevail Following Entry of a Judgment
  • General Practice: Bankruptcy Creditors’ Perspective
  • General Practice Summit 2014: Nashville
  • Creditor Rights 101: 10 Collection Strategies Every Lawyer Should Know [Mobile Ready]
  • General Practice Summit 2013 - Nashville
  • How to Ultimately Prevail Following Entry of a Judgment 2012
  • How to Ultimately Prevail Following Entry of a Judgment
  • Real Estate Essentials: Primer on Liens
  • How to Ultimately Prevail Following Entry of a Judgment
  • Real Estate Essentials 2010
  • YLD Trial Practice: How to Ultimately Prevail Following Entry of a Judgment
  • YLD Trial Practice: Perspectives on Persuasion
  • YLD Trial Practice: Preparing Expert Witnesses
  • YLD Trial Practice: Perspectives on Persuasion COPY
  • YLD Trial Practice
Biography

David Anthony is a founder of Anthony | Watson PLLC, a creditor bankruptcy and commercial litigation boutique in Nashville, Tennessee. David represent banks, businesses, and individuals in litigation and related matters involving creditor bankruptcy, commercial litigation, loan documentation, consumer/commercial judgment collections, and foreclosures.


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