Everett L. Hixson Jr.

Partner

P
(423) 205-2977
F
(423) 373-1435
201 W. Main Street
Suite 105
Chattanooga
,
TN
37408

PRACTICE AREAS

Commercial and Business Disputes

Insurance Coverage Analysis and Litigation

Real Estate

Construction and Development Litigation

Landlord and Tenant

Creditor's Rights and Bankruptcy

Personal Injury

Appellate

Admissions

Tennessee

Georgia

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee

United States District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee

United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee

United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Tennessee

United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Tennessee

United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia

United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Georgia

United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals

United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Education

University of Tennessee College of Law

J.D., 1986

University of Tennessee

B.A., 1983

For over 35 years, Everett (Bo) Hixson Jr. has practiced in Tennessee and Georgia on behalf of individual and corporate clients. He has extensive experience in general commercial litigation, including business disputes, real estate, construction, and personal injury. He has asserted creditor’s rights in bankruptcy and state court on behalf of financial institutions, shopping centers, and commercial property managers and owners. His diverse practice includes representing individuals in corporate dissolutions and litigation between franchisees and franchisors.

Bo’s real estate practice includes conducting foreclosures and litigating wrongful foreclosures against and on behalf of lenders and loan servicers. He frequently represents buyers, sellers, and realtors in real estate transactions as well as title insurance companies and property owners in title disputes and boundary line issues. Bo represents homeowner associations in Tennessee and Georgia, including the preparation and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions in both states.

In the area of construction litigation, Bo represents developers, owners, architects, and contractors with various construction defaults, liens, defects and other disputes arising out of the development of commercial properties, subdivisions, PUDs, and residences. His regulatory experience includes representing architects and engineers before professional licensing boards.

Bo’s landlord and tenant practice involves representing commercial and residential property owners and managers with various tenant defaults and disputes. He represents theaters, restaurants, shopping centers, and hotels regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act claims and defends premises liability claims, including inadequate security, personal injury, and third-party criminal actions. His personal injury practice involves the representation of victims arising out of automobile, school bus and tractor-trailer collisions.

Additionally, Bo has extensive appellate practice experience with over two dozen reported decisions in Tennessee and Georgia courts and U.S. District and Bankruptcy Courts.

Professional Associations

American Bar Association

Tennessee Bar Association

Georgia Bar Association

Tennessee Association of Construction Council, Founding Member

American Inns of Court, Brock-Cooper Chapter

American Bankruptcy Institute

Associated General Contractors

Articles

"Confiscation of a Lender's Collateral Under the Tennessee Narcotics Act," 82 Tennessee Banker 19, 1991

"Abolition of the Common Law Classes of Licensee and Invitee in Tennessee," 52 Tenn. L. Rev. 787, 1985

For over 35 years, Everett (Bo) Hixson Jr. has practiced in Tennessee and Georgia on behalf of individual and corporate clients. He has extensive experience in general commercial litigation, including business disputes, real estate, construction, and personal injury. He has asserted creditor’s rights in bankruptcy and state court on behalf of financial institutions, shopping centers, and commercial property managers and owners. His diverse practice includes representing individuals in corporate dissolutions and litigation between franchisees and franchisors.

Bo’s real estate practice includes conducting foreclosures and litigating wrongful foreclosures against and on behalf of lenders and loan servicers. He frequently represents buyers, sellers, and realtors in real estate transactions as well as title insurance companies and property owners in title disputes and boundary line issues. Bo represents homeowner associations in Tennessee and Georgia, including the preparation and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions in both states.

In the area of construction litigation, Bo represents developers, owners, architects, and contractors with various construction defaults, liens, defects and other disputes arising out of the development of commercial properties, subdivisions, PUDs, and residences. His regulatory experience includes representing architects and engineers before professional licensing boards.

Bo’s landlord and tenant practice involves representing commercial and residential property owners and managers with various tenant defaults and disputes. He represents theaters, restaurants, shopping centers, and hotels regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act claims and defends premises liability claims, including inadequate security, personal injury, and third-party criminal actions. His personal injury practice involves the representation of victims arising out of automobile, school bus and tractor-trailer collisions.

Additionally, Bo has extensive appellate practice experience with over two dozen reported decisions in Tennessee and Georgia courts and U.S. District and Bankruptcy Courts.

Professional Associations

American Bar Association

Tennessee Bar Association

Georgia Bar Association

Tennessee Association of Construction Council, Founding Member

American Inns of Court, Brock-Cooper Chapter

American Bankruptcy Institute

Associated General Contractors

Articles

"Confiscation of a Lender's Collateral Under the Tennessee Narcotics Act," 82 Tennessee Banker 19, 1991

"Abolition of the Common Law Classes of Licensee and Invitee in Tennessee," 52 Tenn. L. Rev. 787, 1985

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