Life is about forging relationships, and litigation and business are no different. As such, I endeavor to build long-lasting partnerships with both my litigation and transactional clients by getting to know all facets of their businesses, as well as their personal interests and the interests of their employees. My clients appreciate that I apply this in-depth knowledge and understanding of their business to take measured and creative approaches to dispute resolution. I truly understand the big picture while always staying focused on their customer, employee, and other third-party relationships as we work together at new challenges.
Shaun Ramey is a litigator, trial lawyer, and trusted advisor who represents clients in a broad variety of litigation and transactional matters in Tennessee, Florida, and Alabama. He has a national practice representing financial services providers, mortgagees, loan servicers, banks, car and manufactured housing lenders and ancillary product providers, and real estate entities in consumer financial services litigation. Shaun represents these entities in individual and class actions in suits alleging fraud, breach of contract, and violations of consumer protection statutes. He also counsels clients on compliance, default, collection, and general loan and servicing operations.
Shaun has extensive injunction trial experience, with a background in unfair competition, trademark infringement, and business partnership disputes. He has worked with numerous corporations, partners, and shareholders to help his clients reach creative and amicable solutions across a variety of different industries including insurance, shipping, publishing, and music.
Shaun also works with product manufacturers, transportation companies, security companies, contractors, and other service providers on liability matters as well as defending claims of product defects, construction defects, mold exposure, and negligence.
Finally, Shaun regularly represents sellers, buyers, and lenders in connection with local real estate transactions.