Jody E. O'Brien

Ms. O'Brien founded O'Brien Law PLLC in 2012 after practicing law at Bass, Berry & Sims in Nashville, Tennessee, for over 10 years.  Ms. O'Brien has developed a broad civil litigation practice encompassing products liability and business disputes of all kinds. She has represented a wide variety of manufacturers in product liability actions ranging from single cases to large, complex multi-district litigation and class actions. She has served as local counsel in national pharmaceutical and medical device litigation and represented a wide variety of businesses, including health care companies, in complex commercial disputes involving a broad range of claims.  Her past experience includes matters regarding breach of contract and fiduciary duty, misrepresentation, securities violations, and other business-related torts.  She has significant e-discovery experience in connection with these matters and has managed e-discovery review teams.

In addition, Ms. O'Brien handles divorce, collaborative divorces, custody, and other family law matters, personal injury claims, estate planning, contracts, LLC formation, and a variety of civil litigation matters. Whether representing a large corporation involved in a business dispute or representing an individual person who needs the assistance of a legally skilled professional to navigate through a difficult life event such as divorce or injury, Ms. O'Brien uses her litigation experience, credibility, and legal skills to advise and zealously advocate for all of her clients.

Bar Admissions:

Vanderbilt Law School - J.D. 2001
Middle Tennessee State University - B.A., summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa

Professional Associations & Memberships:
American Bar Assocciation
Tennessee Bar Association
Nashville Bar Assoication
Lawyers' Association for Women

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