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Butler Snow LLP 
Memphis, Tennessee Office
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Crescent Center, Suite 500, 6075 Poplar Avenue, P.O. Box 171443
Memphis, Tennessee  38187-1443

(Shelby Co.)

Telephone: 901-680-7200
Telecopier: 901-680-7201
http://www.butlersnow.com



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Office Hours:
Monday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM-05:00 PM
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About this office:

With over 270 attorneys, Butler Snow attorneys are consistently ranked by respected national consultants among the best nationwide in client service - in anticipating needs, in a commitment to help, in providing value and in overall client satisfaction. A driving principle and core value is the commitment that the greatest measure of the firm's success is client satisfaction. With this foundation firmly in place, Butler Snow has developed into a regional firm with national scope, regularly providing legal services to diverse clients from Fortune 100 companies to emerging-technology start-ups.

Butler Snow's practice areas include the full range of business law and litigation services. We offer the depth to represent a broad spectrum of national and regional clients in a variety of legal areas, including:

Appellate and Written Advocacy

Commercial Litigation

Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Healthcare

Product Liability

Tort, Transportation and Insurance Litigation

Investigations

Labor and Employment

Corporate and Securities

Banking, Real Estate and Financial Services

Government and Environmental

Public Finance and Incentives

Taxation.



 

Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Administrative LawAlternative Dispute Resolution
Antitrust, Competition & Trade RegulationAppellate and Written Advocacy
Banking and Bank RegulatoryBankruptcy and Restructuring
Business Torts and Unfair CompetitionCivil Rights
Commercial FinanceCommercial Litigation
Corporate Finance & SecuritiesCorporate Governance
Drug and Device LitigationEnergy
Entertainment and MediaFinancial Services Litigation
General LitigationGovernment Relations
Healthcare Regulatory and TransactionsImmigration
InsuranceIntellectual Property
Investigations and White Collar CrimeLabor and Employment
Mergers and AcquisitionsOrganization and Capital Formation
Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and HealthcareProduct Liability Litigation
Professional LiabilityPublic Finance
Real Estate Development and FinanceTax
Tax CreditsTrucking Litigation
Union Avoidance and Contract Negotiation


Statement of Practice Summary:
General Practice; Trial Practice; Appellate Practice; Federal Practice; Administrative Law; Governmental Agencies; Antitrust And Trade Regulation; Arbitration; Mediation; Banking Law; Financial Services; Regulation; Lending; Bankruptcy; Creditors' Rights; Biotechnology; Business Planning; Operations; Commercial Law; Business Law; Tax Litigation; Construction Law; Corporate Law; Governmental Fraud Investigations; Drug And Medical Device Litigation; Economic Development Incentives; Employee Benefits; Erisa; Environmental Law; Trusts And Estates; Trust Administration; Estate Planning; Gaming Law; Governmental Relations; Health Care; Insurance; Litigation; Intellectual Property; Patents; Trademarks; Copyrights; Trade Secrets; Labor And Employment; Employment Law; Management; Medical Professional Liability; Mergers And Acquisitions; Products Liability; Public Finance; Public Utility Law; Real Estate; Securities; Tax Law; Telecommunications Law; Technology Law; Toxic Torts; Transportation; White Collar Criminal Defense; Workers' Compensation.

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HIPAA Does Not Preempt Statutory Right to Ex Parte Interviews of Treating Physicians in Tennessee Health Care Liability Actions
Michael C. McLaren, July 11, 2016
A key tool for the defense of medical providers in Tennessee facing malpractice liability has been held to be not preempted by federal law. On June 3, 2016, the Tennessee Court of Appeals, in Caldwell v. Baptist Memorial Hospital, upheld a defense counsel’s state statutory right to conduct ex...

Court Slams DOJ By Dismissing The Majority Of Indictment Against Fedex - Rules The Defense Does Not Have A Duty To Correct DOJ’s Mistakes
Stephen C. Parker, June 20, 2016
In the ambitious and novel federal criminal prosecution of FedEx for alleged drug distribution conspiracy, Judge Charles R. Breyer recently ruled that defense counsel has no duty to correct government’s mistakes when negotiating with the government. The ruling came in a dispute over the...

Federalism and LGBT Rights in North Carolina: Which Sovereign Has the Final Say?
Gadson William (Will) Perry, June 20, 2016
Prior posts on this blog have discussed recent conflicts in Alabama and Mississippi that frame our country’s ongoing efforts to define the scope of federalism. Now, North Carolina has become the newest front in the fight to determine which sovereign—state or federal—has the final...




Year Established: 1954

Law Firm Affiliations: EMPLOYMENT LAW ALLIANCE


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