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Burr & Forman LLP 
Nashville, Tennessee Office
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511 Union Street, Suite 2300
Nashville, Tennessee  37219

(Davidson Co.)

Telephone: 615-724-3200
Facsimile: 615-724-3300
http://www.burr.com



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Office Hours:
Monday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Saturday: -
Other hours by appointment.
Sunday: -
Other hours by appointment.

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Antitrust LawAppellate Practice
ArbitrationBanking Law
Bankruptcy LawBusiness Law
Civil Trial PracticeClass Actions
Commercial LawCommercial Litigation
Communications LawConstruction Law
Corporate LawCreditors Rights
Employment Benefits LawEnvironmental Law
General PracticeHealth Care Law
Insurance DefenseInsurance Law
Intellectual Property LawLabor and Employment Law
Land Use LawLegal Malpractice
Mergers and AcquisitionsMunicipal Bond/Public Authority Financing
Premises LiabilityReal Estate Law
Securities LawSports and Entertainment Law
Tax LawTrademark, Copyright, and Unfair Competition
Transportation Law
 
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About this office:

Burr & Forman LLP is a century old full-service law firm with a forward-thinking approach to providing legal solutions. We have nearly 300 attorneys and offices in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee. Burr & Forman offers a wide range of business and litigation services to diverse clients with local, national and international interests.

Burr & Forman is distinguished by its exceptional client relationships.

COMMIT. As a firm, we commit our time, our talent, and our resources to delivering results for our clients. We work hard to understand what our clients need; we devote ourselves to ensuring that our clients have what they need to reach their own ambitious goals.

INFORM. At Burr, we understand more than the law. We work to understand our clients' businesses; to understand the economic, political, financial, and technological developments that affect their goals. We inform ourselves so that we can more effectively serve our clients. It's a never-ending process, but as a result, we are more than a law firm; we are valued advisers.

INVOLVE. At Burr, we are participants. We give of our talents, not just to serve our clients, but to better the communities in which we live. Our professional, civic, and charitable actions also add to our breadth of knowledge and understanding.

COLLABORATE. It is in our nature to work together. We collaborate with clients, offering our expertise and our effort to ensure that they succeed. We also collaborate within the firm, working across practice and industry groups to give our clients access to more diverse skills and expertise. It's a practice that is both more effective for our clients and healthier for our firm.

At Burr & Forman, we dedicate our collaborative energy to making significant contributions to our client and community relationships.



 

Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Administrative ProceedingsAppellate
Banking & Financial Institution DisputesBankruptcy-Litigation
Beverage ServicesBusiness & Succession Planning
Business FormationCommercial & Corporate Finance
Commercial ContractsCommercial Litigation
Commercial Real Estate FinanceConstruction Law-Business
Construction Law-LitigationCorporate Law
Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data ProtectionElectronic Discovery
EntertainmentEnvironmental, Land Use, Planning & Zoning
Financial Services LitigationHealth Care
Health Care LitigationInsurance Litigation & Coverage
Intellectual Property LitigationInternational Law
Labor & EmploymentManufacture and Supply (Food and Beverage)
MaritimeMergers & Acquisitions
Non-Compete & Trade SecretsPersonal Injury
Private Equity & Venture CapitalProduct Liability / Manufacturing & Sales Defects
Real EstateReceiverships
Restaurant ServicesTax Law
TransportationUnfair Competition & False Advertising Litigation
Workouts & Restructurings


Statement of Practice Summary:
Manufacturing; Health Care; Financial Services Law; Labor And Employment; Civil Litigation; Trial Practice; Federal Practice; Admiralty Law; Maritime Law; Alternative; Renewable Energy; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Antitrust; Trade Regulations; Appellate Practice; Automobile Law; Bankruptcy; Business Planning; Class Actions; Commercial Finance; Banking Law; Commercial Litigation; Condominium Law; Construction Law; Corporate Law; Creditors' Rights; Economic Development; Employee Benefits; Entertainment Law; Environmental Law; Land Use; Franchise Law; Sales Representation; Insurance; Intellectual Property; Technology Law; Litigation; Mergers And Acquisitions; Pharmaceutical; Drug And Medical Device Litigation; Private Equity; Venture Capital; Product Liability; Real Estate; Securities; Tax Law; Telecommunications Law; Media Law; Torts; Transportation; Trusts And Estates; Commercial Real Estate Contracts; Data Protection; Executive Compensation; Noncompete Litigation; Public Finance; Receivership; Sports Law; Personal Injury; Eminent Domain; Unfair Competition; False Advertising; Whistleblower Litigation; First Amendment Law; Corporate Governance; Shareholder Disputes; Family Law; Fiduciary Litigation; Trust Litigation; Government Investigations; Government Affairs; Lender Liability; Restaurant Law; Alcoholic Beverage Law.


Documents by Lawyers at this office
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Loss Payee Versus Lender’s Loss Payee: One Word Can Make All The Difference
Niel Alden, July 26, 2016
When a lender makes a loan secured by personal property, it will perfect its interest in the collateral under applicable law. To further protect the value of the collateral supporting its loan, the lender will also require proof of insurance and obtain an endorsement on the borrower’s...

The Fluctuating Workweek Method of Complying With The FLSA
M. Clark Spoden, July 26, 2016
In light of the announced change in the minimum salary required to maintain salary exempt status under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FSLA), many employers are considering the adoption of the Fluctuating Workweek (FWW) method of compensating non-exempt employees on a salaried basis.

DOL’S New Fiduciary Conflicts of Interest Rules
Thomas K. Potter, June 7, 2016
The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced a new suite of Rules that are a game-changer for any Financial Institution that gives investment advice (including rollovers and distributions) to owners or beneficiaries of IRAs, HSAs, Archer Medical Savings Accounts, Coverdells, ERISA Plans and more.




Year Established: 1905

Representative Clients:
Communications: America Online, Inc.; Allbritton Communications, Inc.; Cingular Wireless, Inc.; Charter Communications, Inc.; T.V. Alabama, Inc.; ILD Telecommunications Co.; Oan Services, Inc.; McDonald Media Group, Inc. Constructions and Engineering: Brice Building Co., Inc.; Building & Earth Sciences, Inc.; Vulcan Engineering Co.; Stone Building Company, Inc.; Gary C. Wyatt, Inc.; Charles & Vinzant Construction Co., LLC.; Coston General Contractors, Inc.; Hosey Construction, Inc.; Cahaba Maintenance & Construction, Inc.; Masonary Arts; D.L.Acton Construction Co., Inc.; Myrick & Gurosky, Inc.; The Hardy Corp.; W.W. Dyar & Sons, Inc. Environmental: Allied Waste Industries, Inc.; Masada Resource Group; Terminix International Co.; Tenaska, Inc.; Regional Recycling Co. Financial Services: Wachovia Corporation; Wachovia Bank, N.A.; Wachovia Securities; AmSouth Bank; Colonial Bank; Regions Bank; Washington Mutual; National Bank of Canada; American General Finance, Inc.; Citigroup; General Electric Capital Corp.; CitiFinancial Corp.; First Franklin Financial Corp.; Morgan Stanley Dean Witter; Morgan Keegan & Co.; Sterne, Agee & Leach, Inc.; First Nationwide Mortgage Corp.; Homeside Lending, Inc.; Liberty Mortgage Corp.; Ameriquest Mortgage Corp.; Franklin American Mortgage Corp.; ORIX Financial Services, Inc.; Breen Capital Corp.; Molton, Allen & Williams Co.; Retirement Systems of Alabama; The Guardian Life Insurance Co. of America; Protective Life Insurance Co. Health Care: Caremark RX, Inc.; Tenet Health System; Prime Medical Services, Inc; Brookwood Medical Center; GuideStar Health Systems, Inc.; Alabama Eye Bank; Anniston Surgery Center; Athens-Limestone Hospital; Flowers Hospital; Providence Hospital Medical Staff; Southeast Cancer Network; Thomas Hospitals; Southern Medical Association; Alabama Society of Otolaryngology; Alabama Association of Nurse Anesthetists. Industrial: American Cast Iron Pipe Co.; American Honda Motor Co.; Mercedes-Benz U.S. International, Inc.; Hyundai Motor Manufacturing of Alabama; U.S. Steel Mining Co.; IPSCO, Inc.; EBSCO Industries, Inc.; National Cement Co.; United States Can Co.; Parex, Inc.; Russell Corp; Birmingham Southern Railroad Co.; Metalplate Galvanizing Co.; Lighting Corp. of America; U.S. Industries, Inc.; USX Corp.; Volvo Trucks North America, Inc.; Vulcan Engineering Co.; Lorillard, Inc.; Dow Chemical Co.; Winsloew Furniture, Inc.; Rohn Industries, Inc.; Robinson Foundry, Inc.; Sara Lee Bakery Group, Inc.; Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd. Insurance: Attorneys Insurance Mutual; ProAssurance, Inc.; CGH Insurance Group, Inc.; Conseco Inc.; Liberty National Life Insurance Co.; Republic Insurance Group; American General Corp.; Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Co.; Celtic Life Insurance Co. Pharmaceutical Products and Medical Devices: Geneva Pharmaceuticals, Inc.; CIBA Vision Corp.; Eon Labs Manufacturing, Inc.; Pfizer Inc.; Warner-Lambert Co.; Parke-Davis; Delaco, Inc.; Thompson Medical Co. Real Estate: AIG Baker Shopping Center Properties, L.L.C.; Beazer Homes; Bridgemill LLC; Cobb Investment Co.; Flournoy Development Co.; Gazelle LLC; Jackson Hospitality Services, Inc.; EBSCO Development Co.; D.R. Horton/Birmingham, Inc.; Eddleman Properties; The Meadows Development Corp.; Regent Partners. Sales: American Brands, Inc.; Sears, Roebuck and Co.; Bill Heard Enterprises; ITOCHU Corp.; Office Furniture USA, Inc.; Tractor & Equipment Co.; Gateway, Inc.; Driver's Way, Inc.; Jim Burke Automotive, Inc.; Serra Automotive Group; Crown Auto, Inc.; Bruno's, Inc; Tacala, Inc.; Taco Bell Corp.; Saks, Inc. Technology: Intergraph Corporation; Plastics Research & Development Corp.; ElectroMechanical Corp.; Southern Building Code Congress International, Inc.; Kelly Manufacturing Co.; Blue Giant Equipment Co.; Futaba Corporation of America; Trans Tron Ltd., Inc.; Electronic Data Systems, Inc.; Stockwinners.com, Inc.; Credex Systems, Inc.; Crystal Medical Technology, Inc.


(For complete biographical data on all personnel, see Professional Biographies at Birmingham, Alabama)



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