A seasoned litigator who has won jury verdicts for clients in both state and federal court, John Haubenreich approaches every engagement from the perspective of the client’s short- and long-term strategic objectives. John has extensive experience with government enforcement actions and white-collar criminal matters. Hospitals, health systems, home health agencies and other healthcare providers turn to John for assistance with government investigations, and he has successfully resolved False Claims Act allegations on behalf of clients with the Department of Justice. He also represents clients in environmental litigation and enforcement actions brought by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation.
John’s entertainment law practice includes the representation of several high-profile recording artists in copyright litigation, trademark disputes and other civil litigation. He has successfully obtained jury verdicts on behalf of entertainment clients and secured both declaratory judgment and monetary damages. Additionally, John represents clients in internet domain name disputes.
Before he began his legal career, John was a member of Teach for America, and he taught English at Barringer High School in Newark, NJ. He remains deeply involved in educational issues.
John is a film photography enthusiast and a founding member of the Nashville Community Darkroom, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit contributing to arts education in Nashville. He and his wife are raising a daughter and a son.