The Law Office of Alan Pritchard, PLLC
Attorney at Law · 901-249-8748
Practice Areas Business and Commercial Disputes Breach of Contract Cases Commercial Debt Collection Construction Law/Mechanics' & Materialmens' Liens Evictions Immigration Closely Held or Family Owned Corporations and Shareholders Rights
Shelby County Attorney Alan Pritchard | Memphis, TN

Alan Pritchard


Experience

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Law Office of Alan Pritchard, PLLC - 2007 to present
  • Represented Plaintiff in two day federal court trial obtaining a judgment for client in the amount of $1,195,000 in compensatory damages, punitive damages, attorney’s fees, and prejudgment interest on claims of breach of contract, violation of Tennessee Consumer Protection Act, fraud, and conversion.
  • Filed over 10,000 lawsuits in four years in six States recovering approximately $6,500,000 in outstanding principal balances, interest, court costs, and attorney’s fees while practicing high volume medical debt collection.
  • Obtained termination and renegotiation of collection agency's contract with a telephone service provider that agency had entered without legal representation, resulting in savings to the collection agency of more than $450,000.00 over the three years of the new contract.

Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell, and Berkowitz 1990 to 2007

  • Practiced in the areas of commercial litigation including, but not limited to, lease disputes, contract disputes, financial institution litigation, Uniform Commercial Code cases, Tennessee Consumer Protection Act cases as well as tort litigation including product liability claims and Multi-District medical device litigation.
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Andrew Francisco


Education
Graduated University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law, 2013

  • Articles Editor, University of Memphis Law Review
  • Dean’s Award for Excellence, Best Memorandum for Legal Methods.

Graduated University of Tennessee at Martin, B.S., 2010

Publication
Note, Why Statutes Attaching Reasonable Conditions to Whom a Governor May Appoint    to Fill a Senate Vacancy Are Constitutional, 43 U. Mem. L. Rev. 213 (2012).


Bar Admission

Tennessee

Areas of Practice

  • Immigration Law
    • Removal Defenses before the Immigration Court
    • U-Visas (Visas available to certain crime victims)
    • Abused Spouse Petitions
    • Family-based Petitions
    • Naturalization
    • Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals