Our attorneys have decades of education and experience in employment law. Many other attorneys have barely tiptoed through the books. We are passionate about resolving your workplace disputes and we know the law backwards and forwards.
We focus on employment law for a very good reason: the financial lives of families, the survival of companies and the integrity of business are usually at stake. We always think: what happens if we don't help? We strive to help our clients make careful, informed decisions about employment-related matters. In addition to a passion for employment law, our attorneys have decades of education and experience. Having been on both sides of all types of workplace conflicts, we understand your situation whether you are employer or employee. In our years in practice, we've developed specific techniques and philosophies that help us help you. One of our most effective methods is teamwork. If you're been treated unfairly at work and are wondering if you should take action, call us and we'll help you evaluate the merits of your case. Once you know, you can decide what you want to do.
88 Union Ave., 14th Floor
Memphis TN 38103
Alan's personal role model is St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuits, who taught that, because God can be found in our everyday work, all work is important. That's why he listens so carefully to his clients and takes their concerns to heart.
Founder of the firm, he is our Team Leader. Whether he's helping achieve a business dream or seeking compensation for someone who's been treated unfairly, he draws from a deep well of compassion and experience. He's a master at devising winning strategies and innovative tactics.
Sometimes the only thing to do is file a lawsuit and fight it out in court. And other times it's better to negotiate a settlement. Either way, Alan knows how to get the best outcome.
A fifth generation Memphian, he is a voracious reader, semi-avid golfer. The art of political negotiation has always fascinated him. He has been active in local and state politics for more than 22 years. He is former head of the Shelby County Republican Party and currently serves as Special Counsel to the Mayor of Memphis.
He is also the very proud father of 3 children and is devoted to his wife Allison.
Amanda grew up in Memphis and is a graduate of Christian Brothers University and The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.
She was inspired to become an attorney after reading the book To Kill A Mockingbird. Her first job was in labor and employment law, where she quickly learned she liked doing good work that solved people's real problems. She has recently decided to specialize in this field.
What she enjoys most about The Crone Law Firm is the unwavering professionalism coupled with the individual care and attention given to each client.
Amanda is a voracious reader of everythingfrom Supreme Court rulings to science fiction. About the only thing, she doesn't read is courtroom dramas. "Too much like work," she says. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with her husband, Andy and exploring the city of Memphis.
Bailey earned both her undergraduate degree in accounting and her law degree at the University of Memphis. She is a native Memphian and a graduate of The Hutchison School.
When she graduated law school, she wasn't sure which area of law she wanted to practice. But, after landing her first job at The Crone Law Firm, she realized she was in the right place. "Employment law is hard. It's intensive. But it's so rewarding. We're standing up for people and that is work we can feel proud of," she says.
She reports members of the firm work closely. "Every case is a team effort. We constantly bounce ideas off each other to find solutions that are best for each client," she says.
Bailey's an animal lover who enjoys spending time with her own two pups. She also volunteers with the Junior League of Memphis.
Laura earned her undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of Tennessee and her law degree at the University of Memphis. She has extensive experience in employment law, personal injury and worker's compensation.
She's passionate about the rights of people with disabilities and has taken pro bono cases fighting for their right to medical care. She and her husband Mark recently welcomed their first baby boy in March 2017. They like to escape to the white sand beaches of the Gulf Coast whenever time permits.
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