Faculty Profile: Michael Abelow

Michael AbelowSherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison150 3rd Ave S #1100 Nashville, TN 37201 Work Phone: (615) 742-4532Email Address:
Previous Courses Taught (10)
  • General Practice CLE: Practical Knowledge for Non-Bankruptcy Lawyers
  • Discovery: Dealing with Difficult Counsel in the Discovery Process
  • Tennessee Bar Association Nashville Annual CLE [15 Hours]
  • 13th Annual Bankruptcy Forum
  • Discovery: Dealing With Difficult Counsel
  • Making the Most of Discovery: What You Don’t Know Can Come Back to Haunt You [Nashville]
  • Making the Most of Discovery: What You Don’t Know Can Come Back to Haunt You [Nashville]
  • Litigation: Costs and Budgets
  • Litigation Budgets: How Much Will This Cost?
  • Getting Control of Defendant's Assets At the Start of a Case:
Biography

Mr. Abelow represents clients in both complex commercial litigation and bankruptcy, including contract claims, business torts, loan restructuring, lender liability, and guaranty disputes.  Litigation issues often arise in a loan restructuring, such as a lender liability counterclaim, or a dispute over the terms of a guaranty, and Mike uses his litigation skills and knowledge of the litigation process to achieve cost-effective resolutions.  Similarly, bankruptcy issues, including the ability to collect a judgment, or a defendant’s solvency, often arise in complex commercial litigation, and Mike is able to marry his expertise in both fields to achieve results for his clients.

Prior to coming to the firm, Mike served as a litigator in the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection in Washington, D.C.  Prior to that, he represented clients in complex commercial litigation, bankruptcy, insurance coverage, and government contract disputes at Heller Ehrman, LLP and Crowell & Moring, LLP in Washington, D.C.

Mike graduated summa cum laude from Washington & Lee University School of Law in 2000, where he was a member of the Law Review.

After graduation, Mike was a law clerk for the Honorable E. A. Van Graafeiland of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York.