Bill Ramsey is a member of the firm of
Neal & Harwell.The primary focus of Mr. Ramsey’s professional practice is complex civil and criminal litigation. He attended the Georgia Institute of Technology where he graduated with high honors in Mechanical Engineering. He received his law degree from the University of Tennessee where he was a member of the Order of the Coif and the University of Tennessee Law Review.
He has represented a wide variety of defendants in federal white collar prosecutions and investigations. He has extensive civil jury trial experience in a wide variety of cases, including personal injury, business torts, computer and technology litigation and complex commercial transactions.
Bill is responsible for the firm’s computer, telecommunications and technical equipment. He has lectured extensively on the use of technology in the practice of law, litigation involving computers and technology, and the impact of the Internet on the practice of law, generally, and on litigation, specifically.
He is past President of the Nashville Bar Association, a Fellow in the Nashville Bar Foundation, and a member of the American Bar Association, the American Bar Foundation, the American Board of Trial Advocates, and active in the Tennessee Bar Association and the Harry Phillips Inn of Court. He is also active in the Nashville community as a member of the Development Board of Second Harvest Food Bank, the Co-Director of the Music City Triathlon and a volunteer for several charities.
Phillip Hampton is the president and founder of LogicForce Consulting, LLC, a legal technology consulting firm. He has over 20 years of experience in the field of information technology and since 1995 has consulted with numerous law firms and government agencies in the areas of practice management systems, technical litigation support, computer forensics, electronic data discovery, and trial presentation technologies.
Phillip is a computer forensic specialist who has provided forensic services for attorneys on a wide variety of cases. He has given talks on electronic discovery, computer forensics, and litigation technology for a number of state and local seminars and conferences. Mr. Hampton has testified in federal and state court as an expert witness.
Mr. Hampton received his B.S. degree in computer science from Lambuth College and his M.S. degree in computer science from Vanderbilt University. He is an Encase Certified Examiner and holds a number of product certifications for law firm practice management and litigation support systems.