About John C. McLemore

John McLemore represents both debtors and creditors and is best known for his work as a bankruptcy trustee. He is admitted to practice in federal and state courts in Tennessee, as well as the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. In his capacity as a Certified Consumer Bankruptcy Specialist, John represents debtors in complicated Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases. He has twice been called on to serve as Receiver in U.S. District Court actions brought by the Federal Trade Commission.

John has built a financial investigation team called on to unravel some of Middle Tennessee’s most complicated Ponzi schemes and financial frauds. His analysis of the B. Don James & Sons loan scam in Smithville furnished victims’ counsel with the evidence necessary to win an $8 million judgment. He served as Trustee in the Ponzi scheme case of third party administrator 1Point Solutions from which millions of dollars of 401(k) and healthcare plan funds disappeared through unauthorized transactions. He has been appointed by Chancery Courts to unscramble a defalcation at a grain elevator in one case and to determine why a title insurance agency had a $2 million escrow shortage in another.

John C. McLemore

John C. McLemore is well-known among the Nashville law community as the go-to photographer for the Nashville Bar Association and other law-related events. It is not surprising to find John at a Nashville Bar Association event with his Nikon in tow, documenting the people, places, and events that comprise Nashville's local history as it pertains to law. You can find the NBA’s gallery of photos at  nashvillebar.smugmug.com, where thousands of attorney photos can be searched alphabetically. John took most of them. In addition, he took the photographs on this website.

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