John Myers' practice focuses on a wide variety of commercial finance, corporate and commercial law matters, with an emphasis on representing institutional lenders, investors and businesses in commercial lending (including real estate lending) transactions and creditors' rights and insolvency matters; business acquisitions and dispositions and debt/equity investments; and general contracting and commercial law matters.
John has significant experience with the Uniform Commercial Code, including Article 2 (sales), Article 5 (letters of credit), Article 8 (investment securities), and Article 9 (secured transactions). He served as a member of the Tennessee Bar Association/Tennessee Banker's Association, Joint Study Committee on Revised Article 9 of The Uniform Commercial Code. John further served as the coordinator of and speaker at the Tennessee Bar Association's Revised Article 9 Seminars across the state of Tennessee in 2001. John also has lectured on various topics related to finance and business transaction matters, including recent participation on a transactional law panel at the Vanderbilt University Law School.
Prior to attending law school, John gained experience working in both the banking and health care industries.
John is a member of the Nashville, Tennessee and American Bar Associations, the Turnaround Management Association and the Association for Corporation Growth. He was listed in Chambers USA - America's Leading Lawyers for Business 2009 and 2010 for his Banking & Finance law practice.