Kerby Bowling has practiced labor and employment law exclusively since 1980.
After graduating from law school, Mr. Bowling began waging his own campaigns against organized labor. The principles and the universe of forces at play in the workplace during a union campaign have become Mr. Bowling's lifelong study.
Mr. Bowling believes that his experience as a labor lawyer gives him a keener insight into the countless employment issues confronting human resource managers in a wide variety of work environments. This has allowed him to better assist his clients in achieving their employment objectives with minimum risk, or when necessary, by structuring their response to a government agency's investigation or employment litigation. Mr. Bowling's goal is to add value to his clients' organizations by assisting them to maintain a productive work force within the framework of laws that regulate the work environment. Mr. Bowling takes immense pride in his personal associations with his clients and will continue to extend to them the close individual attention they deserve.
Mr. Bowling is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell. He was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2019 in the fields of Administrative/Regulatory Law and Labor Law-Management for the seventh year. He has recently been selected as a Power Player in Employment Law from Inside Memphis Business. This is his fifth year for inclusion. He is also on the Board of the National Foundation for Transplants.