Law firm Bass Berry & Sims has rolled out a new look that replaces its red-and-gray color combo with a black-and-blue scheme that includes a compass and the tagline "Centered to Deliver." The firm also has upgraded its client extranet system in the process. To revamp its image and site, Bass worked with D.C.-based interactive brand design agency Greenfield/Belser, local advertising and design firm Delevante Creative and One North Interactive out of Chicago.
Brentwood-based law firm Ingraham, Pautienus and Tidwell PLLC has changed its name to Fidelis Law PLLC.
In a release, the firm did not disclose the cost of the change.
The name change is due to a “significant expansion” of the seven-attorney firm’s practice, according to the release. Fidelis is Latin for faithful.
Fidelis Law has been in operation for 22 years. The firm focuses on business, nonprofit and church law, as well as individuals and families with needs in estate planning, probate, trust administration, personal injury, adoption, family law, elder law, and copyright and trademark registration and enforcement.
Adams and Reese Nashville Office Partner Mitch Boult has been elected to serve on the firm's six-member executive committee. Boult was elected in at the firm's November partnership meeting and will serve a three-year term. He joined Adams and Reese in 2005 as part of a merger with Stokes Bartholomew and is the former leader of the firm's Special Business Services Group. Boult specializes in intellectual property work and works with Adams and Reese’s litigation group.
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