John I. Houseal, Jr., concentrates his practice in the areas of litigation, including health care and construction. In addition, his practice also focuses on compliance, ERISA, and insurance coverage. A significant portion of his practice involves representing clients regarding compliance with federal and state laws, as well as in the litigation of construction related issues. Practice includes:
- State and Federal Court LitigationConstruction Litigation
- ERISA Litigation and Consultation
- Antitrust Compliance
- Healthcare Compliance
- False Claims and related Litigation
Prior to joining Glankler Brown, PLLC, Mr. Houseal served as Captain, JAG, in the United States Air Force, and graduated from Air University, Judge Advocate Staff Officer School. He served as Assistant Staff Judge Advocate of the 21st Air Base Group, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, Trial Counsel and Claims Officer. Mr. Houseal is a licensed, instrument-rated pilot.
Mr. Houseal is also a Certified Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Mediator specializing in construction and healthcare matters.
Mr. Houseal is a frequent lecturer at continuing education programs in his areas of practice. Mr. Houseal's past speaking engagements have included topics involving ERISA, health plan operation and construction.
-"An Overview of ERISA from a Litigator's Standpoint," Tenn. Bar Journal
-"HMOs and PPOs: What's the Difference?"- Today's HEALTHCARE magazine