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Henry Leventis

NASHVILLE—Henry Leventis, former federal prosecutor and director of litigation for the U.S. attorney’s office in Nashville, recently joined Bone McAllester Norton. 

Leventis joined the firm with more than 15 years of civil and criminal litigation experience.

As director of litigation for the U.S. attorney’s office, he supervised the litigation and trial work of about 40 attorneys in the office’s civil and criminal divisions. Prior to that, he was the white-collar chief and led a team of federal prosecutors focused on health care fraud, securities fraud, public corruption and federal civil rights violations. 

In 2019, Leventis served as lead trial counsel for the U.S. in the highly publicized criminal trial of the former chief executive of Comprehensive Pain Specialists, a Brentwood-based pain management company.   

“Henry’s wealth of knowledge and years of experience make him a tremendous asset to our team,” said Charles Robert Bone, president and CEO of Bone McAllester Norton. “His diverse perspective and deep litigation experience will help us continue to build upon our practice areas and better serve our clients.”

Leventis will join former U.S. attorney Ed Yarbrough in Bone McAllester Norton’s criminal defense and government investigations practice group. He will focus on white-collar criminal defense, civil government enforcement matters and internal investigations. 

“I am thrilled to be joining Bone McAllester Norton because of the firm’s commitment to providing excellent legal services and maintaining an inclusive and collaborative culture that truly benefits each client,” Leventis said. “I look forward to working with former U.S. attorney Yarbrough and others to build on the firm’s litigation practice.” 

Leventis earned his bachelor’s degree from the College of Charleston and his law degree from Washington and Lee University School of Law.

Bone McAllester Norton is one of Nashville’s largest law firms, with 22 distinct practice areas. The firm traces its roots back to 1978 when Charles W. Bone, Sam McAllester and Mike Norton first joined together to practice law. More than two decades later, in 2002, the lawyers, along with Stacey Garrett Koju, joined together to form Bone McAllester Norton. The firm is known for its enthusiasm for the law, dedication to clients and commitment to the Nashville community. With offices in Nashville, Hendersonville and Williamson County, its attorneys work closely with clients on business and litigation matters across the country. For more information, visit bonelaw.com.

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