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  • John D. Agee

    John D. Agee was born in Livingston, Tennessee in 1963.  He attended Roane County High School in Kingston where teachers, classmates and family inspired him to pursue a college education and ultimately a career in the legal profession.  After high school, Mr. Agee matriculated to Princeton University with the benefit of financial aid through the Class of 1925 Memorial Scholarship and received his A.B. in history in 1986 cum laude.

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    While in college, he pursued independent research and writing on the history of the early Christian Church, participated on the Freshman and Varsity Football Teams, and was President of the Princeton Elm Club.

    Mr. Agee attended law school at Tulane and received his J.D. in 1989.  During law school, he clerked for Administrative Law Judges in Washington D.C. and at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and acquired knowledge and training in the field of administrative law.  Following law school, he returned to East Tennessee and became a partner in a general civil litigation practice in Roane County and focused on problems and issues concerning sick and disabled workers.  During his career, he has pioneered compensation claims for plant workers at the U.S.D.O.L. facilities through the U.S. Department of Labor and laws of the State of Tennessee.  He is admitted to practice in all State Courts, the U.S. District Court for East Tennessee, the United States 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.

    In 2005, Mr. Agee became a law partner with J. Timothy Bobo at Ridenour & Ridenour and the two have expanded the Firm to include an additional location in Kingston at the City Park.  His practice areas include general civil litigation, personal injury, Social Security disability law, workers’ compensation, and U.S. Department of Labor Sick Workers Claims.  During his career he has tried cases in State Courts and before Federal agencies.

    Mr. Agee lives in Oak Ridge, Tennessee on a farm with his six children and wife, Lea Ellen Ridenour Agee.



  • Tim Bobo

    James Timothy Bobo, was born in Fayette, Alabama in 1969. He attended Carson-Newman College (now Carson-Newman University), where he received his B.S. in Economics in 1992. He graduated Cum Laude and he was the top graduate in the Economics department. He was also a member of the varsity football teams that won National Championships in 1988 and 1989. Mr. Bobo received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 1995.

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    While in law school, he was selected to write for the Tennessee Law Review. After graduation from law school, Mr. Bobo began private practice in Knoxville, Tennessee. In 1997 he became a licensed sports agent by the National Football League. Prior to joining Ridenour & Ridenour, he was a partner at a regional law firm that specialized in all aspects of employment law. In 2002, he joined Ridenour and Ridenour in the Clinton, Tennessee office. Since 2006, he and John Agee have been the managing partners at Ridenour & Ridenour.

    Mr. Bobo is an experienced trial lawyer in jury and non-jury cases of most types, with an emphasis on workers’ compensation, personal injury, employment law, automobile accidents, products liability, and nursing home neglect. He is a member of the Knoxville, Tennessee and American Bar Associations.

    Mr. Bobo is admitted to practice before the following courts: Supreme Court of the United States of America, United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, United States District Court-Eastern District of Tennessee, Tennessee Supreme Court, Tennessee Court of Appeals, and all Tennessee trial courts.

    Mr. Bobo frequently handles complex lawsuits. He has successfully obtained settlements and jury verdicts for his clients that exceed ten million dollars.

 


  • Attorney Martin Cash
  • Martin Cash

    I grew up in Kingston, Tennessee.  After graduating from Roane County High School in 1988, I attended the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. During my undergraduate studies, I spent six months studying abroad at The University of Swansea in Wales, United Kingdom.  I graduated Phi Beta Kappa and cum laude in 1992.   The following year I began my studies in the law at The University of Memphis and graduated with my juris doctorate in 1996.

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    At graduation I was honored with the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Professional Responsibility and Appellate Practice.  During my law school career, I was an Articles Editor for The University of Memphis Law Review and became a published author: Torts-Ridings v. Ralph M. Parsons Co.: The Tennessee Supreme Court Rejects Use of Employer Negligence to Reduce Liability of Defendants in Post-McIntyre On-The-Job Tort Cases, 26 UMPSLR 1533, Summer 1996.

    Following law school, I began practicing law in Memphis, Tennessee and continued to practice in that city until April 2008, when I moved back to East Tennessee.  During the years I lived and practiced in Memphis, I was President of The Memphis Bar Association Family Law Section and I participated in the Leo Bearman, Sr. American Inn of Court.  I also obtained my certification as a Rule 31 Listed Family Law Mediator.

    I have practiced with the Ridenour & Ridenour Law Firm since April 2008.  Today, my primary area of practice is in domestic relations / family law.  I also have a thriving family mediation service and am a member of the Roane County and Anderson County Bar Associations.

    Outside of my practice, I enjoy participating in my church and mission work, reading and writing, travel within and outside the United States , and gardening and home remodeling.



  • Amanda Inman Lowe

    Amanda Inman Lowe was born in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1980.  She grew up in Powell and graduated from Powell High School in 1998.  Following graduation, Amanda attended the University of Tennessee-Martin as a University Scholar, which culminated in her Senior Project, a writing titled The Echo of Closed Mouths:  A Voice through the Silence.  Amanda graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in English in 2002.

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    Amanda returned home to Knoxville to attend law school and received her J.D. in 2005.  During law school, Amanda focused on trial advocacy and clerked for Legal Aid of East Tennessee and Gregory P. Isaacs.  She was named The Pro Bono Project Volunteer of the year for 2004-2005.  Amanda joined the Fourth Judicial District Attorney’s Office in 2006 and served Cocke County as an Assistant District Attorney for three years, during which time she tried a variety of criminal cases and supervised a drug wiretap that resulted in multiple state and federal convictions.  After leaving the District Attorney’s office, Amanda practiced debtor bankruptcy at Clark & Washington before joining the Law Offices of Tony Seaton in Johnson City, where she focused on representing injured and disabled workers before the Tennessee Department of Labor, state trial courts and the Social Security Disability Administration.  In October, 2011, Amanda joined the Knoxville office of Wimberly, Lawson, Wright, Daves & Jones, where her primary focus was workers’ compensation.

    Amanda joined Ridenour & Ridenour in July, 2013, and is admitted to practice in all State Courts and the U.S. District Court for East Tennessee.

    Amanda lives in Dandridge, Tennessee with her husband, Jason, and their four energetic children- Collin, Catelyn, Savannah and Sophia.



  • J. Michael Clement

    Clinton attorney J. Michael Clement will be heading up our Real Estate Law section, and he will be available to handle general civil and criminal matters.

    He brings 27 years of experience as a licensed attorney in private practice and also extensive experience in real estate law and litigation, as well as juvenile, domestic and probate matters.

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    Clement graduated the Memphis State University College of Law and received his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Tennessee.

    Clement has served as a special General Sessions Court judge and a special Juvenile Court judge. Clement was also City Attorney for the City of Clinton for six years. This year, he will be a candidate for Anderson County Juvenile Court Judge in the 2014 election.

    He has served as past president of the Anderson County Bar Association, past chairman of the Anderson County Chamber of Commerce, past president of the Anderson County Adult Literacy Council, and past president of Clinton Civitan.