Mary Neil Price


Mary Neil Price is one of Tennessee’s premier attorneys in the area of mergers and acquisitions with over thirty years’ experience. Price’s industry experience includes construction, food services, banking and financial, manufacturing and health care services. She regularly assists clients with regulatory and corporate governance issues in both the private and public sectors.

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Bryan Echols


Bryan Echols is a Partner in the Franklin, Tennessee office of Thompson Burton PLLC. He focuses his practice in real estate law with an emphasis on acquisitions & dispositions, development & land use, leasing, and real estate finance. He also assists clients in the areas of banking & financial services.

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L.B. McCullum


L.B. McCullum is an associate attorney at Thompson Burton PLLC. Her practice is centered in the area of family law. L.B. works closely with John J. Hollins, Jr., an accomplished domestic relations attorney with more than thirty years of experience, to assist their clients through divorce and post-divorce matters.

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AJ Reed


Real estate developers, owners and operators of commercial properties and real estate lenders rely on A.J. Reed to get deals closed. Responsive and an aggressive advocate for the interests of the clients he represents, A.J. thrives on providing practical solutions to unique and complex challenges. His extensive experience includes commercial real estate development and finance, retail and healthcare leasing, government zoning issues, build-to-suit retail and commercial projects and construction contracting. He has also represented municipal governments and major private developers on urban renewal projects.

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Chandler Farmer


Chandler Farmer is an associate attorney at Thompson Burton PLLC. His practice focuses primarily on commercial real estate and finance. Prior to working at Thompson Burton PLLC, Chandler was a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Frank G. Clement, Jr. at the Tennessee Court of Appeals. While clerking, Chandler assisted Judge Clement in developing and refining judicial opinions involving a wide variety of legal issues, including real property and contract disputes, commercial litigation, domestic relations, employment law, and procedural issues.

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