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MICHAEL J. GORBY, founder and partner with Gorby Peters & Associates, LLC, is a nationally-recognized leader in complex corporate disputes, professional negligence cases, and liability issues that arise for property owners and managers, such as hotel chains, restaurants, shopping centers, apartment complexes, office buildings, and other public venues. Since 1998, Mr. Gorby has served as the program chair for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia (an affiliate of the University of Georgia) on the topic of premises liability. He is also the author of a popular legal treatise, Premises Liability in Georgia, which is published by Thomson Reuters/West, and which is now in its third edition. Mr. Gorby serves as an instructor/lecturer for Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center (GTPAC) in the area of procuring government contracts, and is also a registered mediator. Mr. Gorby has tried cases around the country on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants in complex commercial cases and professional negligence cases. Mr. Gorby earned his J.D. degree from University of Georgia School of Law.
RICHARD E. GRAVES is an attorney with Frantz, McConnell & Seymour, LLP, where he maintains a general civil practice with an emphasis on real estate law and zoning and land use. Mr. Graves is admitted to practice in Tennessee and before the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee. He is a member of the Knoxville Bar Association and the Tennessee Bar Association (Real Estate Law Section). Mr. Graves earned his B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Tennessee and his J.D. degree from the University of Tennessee School of Law.
JOSEPH G. JARRET is an attorney, federal and state mediator, and former major crimes prosecutor, who has been practicing law for over 24 years. He has practiced law before the Tennessee Supreme Court, lower state and federal courts, and before the Florida governor and his cabinet. He has served three different government entities as chief legal counsel, the most recent being Knox County, Tennessee. Mr. Jarret is licensed to practice law before the United States Supreme Court, lower federal trial and appellate courts, the Tennessee Supreme Court, and all lower state courts. He is the chair of the Tennessee Bar Association, City/County/Local Government Law Section; the past president of the E. Tennessee Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration; the past president of the Tennessee Valley Mediation Association; and has served as the president of two local bar associations. Mr. Jarret has presented blocks of instruction on behalf of the Tennessee Bar Association, the Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts, the Knoxville Bar Association, the Tennessee Municipal Attorneys Association, the Tennessee Association of Professional Mediators, East Tennessee Legal Aid, and other legal organizations. He is a former active duty United States Army Armored Cavalry Officer and former United States Air Force Special Agent, with service overseas. Mr. Jarret is a full-time lecturer for the U.T. Department of Political Science and Graduate School of Public Policy and Administration. He is an award-winning writer who has published over 90 articles in various professional journals, including the Tennessee Bar Journal. Mr. Jarret holds a B.S. degree, a master's in public administration degree, a J.D. degree, a graduate certificate in public management, and is pursuing a Ph.D. in educational leadership at the University of Tennessee.