"No Client is too Small; No Case is too Big"
"No Client is too Small; No Case is too Big"
We hold true to the values of our nation that we as Americans have a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness and will fight for your natural born rights under this constitution.
At Gibson Perryman we believe that "No client is too small; no case is too big." Whether it be a traffic ticket or a multi-million dollar case, no case will fall behind and all will get our full attention. We care deeply about the city of Memphis and our team is constantly working to represent it's beautifully diverse citizens.
With almost 100 years of combined experience, we have full confidence in ourselves that we can manage your case. Gibson Perryman has come a long way since our creation in 1963; new name, new faces, but same old case winning spirit.
Mr. Gibson, who has practiced law for more than fifty years, limits his practice to civil litigation. His trial practice experience ranges from anti-trust, commercial, contract and securities litigation to serious and catastrophic personal injury prosecution and defense. Mr. Gibson is well-experienced in the litigation of property tax issues representing major railroad and utility property owners. He also represents corporations and individuals with state tax refund issues involving assessments administered by the Tennessee Department of Revenue. Over the course of his practice, Mr. Gibson has tried more than 200 jury cases. Mr. Gibson was inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers in 1985.
Mr. Gibson has significant trial experience both on the state and federal level. His efficiency in the courtroom puts him in a position to obtain successful settlements for his clients, often, without the expense of going to trial. Whether the issue involves individuals or corporations, the opposing counsel understands the ramifications when facing an experienced litigator like Mr. Gibson. He is among an elite group of lawyers who have tried cases reaching the U.S. Supreme Court.
As a second generation attorney and with his professional expertise, Mr. Gibson's first focus is to help clients evaluate and assess their goals then to utilize his legal expertise, whether it calls for effective written and spoken negotiations, mediation, or aggressive litigation, to obtain the most ideal long-term resolution.
As an attorney, Neal Perryman has significant litigation experience at both the State and Federal level. He advocates on behalf of his clients with determination and compassion for their unique circumstances. Whether through effective settlement negotiations or aggressive litigation, Mr. Perryman ensures that his clients' issues are resolved with their best long-term interests in mind.
Mr. Perryman's extensive pre-law work experience in the retail and service industries supplied the atmosphere to fine tune his considerable interpersonal skills. Mr. Perryman takes care to give the same time and attention to every client, no matter their background.
Mr. Perryman's diverse practice includes any and all family law related issues, including divorce, custody, child support, dependency and neglect, and orders of protection. He is well-experienced in commercial litigation, copyright infringement, and trade secret misappropriation. Mr. Perryman focuses his criminal practice in the municipalities surrounding Memphis, including Collierville. His unique practice style serves him well in counties outside of West Tennessee, including Fayette County, Tipton County, and as far east as Knox County and Rhea County. Mr. Perryman's newest additions to his vast repertoire include being a Rule 31 Certified Family Law Mediator and serving as a Guardian Ad Litem for children caught in the midst of family law cases.
As a parent with a child on the autism spectrum, Mr. Perryman is uniquely qualified personally and professionally to fight for the best interest of children caught within the throes of a heated domestic dispute. Mr. Perryman's innovative thinking and personal approach inject creativity into a situation where typical custodial and visitation arrangements are not always appropriate. Mr. Perryman prides himself on giving a voice to the voiceless through his special needs Guardian ad Litem advocacy.
ECIMOS, LLC v. Carrier Corporation, 2020 U.S. App. LEXIS 26722 (6th Cir. Aug. 21, 2020)($5.5 Million copyright infringement jury verdict affirmed on appeal)