Rosen Hagood announced that F. Truett Nettles, II has joined the firm as Of Counsel.
“We are pleased to have Truett join the firm,” said Andrew Gowdown, co-managing partner of the firm. “His decades of experience and broad areas of practice are a nice compliment to the legal services we provide to our clients.”
Nettles has been practicing law since 1976, representing clients in commercial transactions and litigation, business formation/dissolutions, sale and purchase of business assets, mergers, collateral recovery, collections, and general legal and business advice to clients. Truett also appears frequently in bankruptcy court on behalf of creditors.
Nettles is a certified mediator and arbitrator in state and federal Courts. He has over 23 years of experience conducting mediations and arbitrations with a focus on resolving business disputes.
In addition to his law practice, Nettles formerly served as an adjunct professor at the Charleston School of Law for five years where he taught secured transactions and law office management. He has lectured in continuing legal education seminars involving commercial collection, enforcement of judgments, bankruptcy, and consumer law. Nettles has also published on the subject of judgment collection and garnishment of wages.
About Rosen Hagood
For over seventy years, Rosen Hagood has been a mainstay of the Charleston legal and business community. The firm provides a full spectrum of legal services, including business and commercial litigation, construction law, education and school law, probate and trust litigation, personal injury, and family law. To learn more, visit www.rosenhagood.com.