TB in the News: Thompson Burton partner, JK Simms, recognized as Best of the Bar


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J.K. Simms, who leads Thompson Burton’s Labor and Employment law team, was recognized by the Nashville Business Journal in its annual Best of the Bar survey. This list recognizes the Nashville area’s best lawyers. To assemble the list, the Nashville Business Journal asked the Nashville area’s business community to nominate those lawyers who should be recognized for their work. Those nominated are then separated by the size of their law firm or role as in-house counsel. Then those who are nominated select only 10 lawyers whom they believe should ultimately receive the “Best of the Bar” designation. Those who receive the most votes from their peers receive the “Best of the Bar” award. The award is a great honor because it is a culmination of recognition of excellence from the business and legal communities. Simms has also been recognized as a “Super Lawyer” in the exclusive Mid-South Super Lawyer list […]

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Thompson Burton Issues Challenge, Focuses on Law Firm Culture


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Nashville, TN – While Thompson Burton is busy reinventing the business of law, they’re also committed to creating the best work culture possible. One of the core beliefs at Thompson Burton is simply “Better is Possible.” Consistent with that belief, they believe that a successful firm begins and ends with fully engaged teams both inside and outside the workplace. With this idea in mind, Thompson Burton has created its “TB Challenge” program for all current team members. The Challenge gives participants the option of focusing on one personal development goal. They can choose something fun or interesting that they have always wanted to attempt, like running a marathon, dieting, learning a language, etc. “The TB Challenge is the most exciting effort we’ve ever implemented at the office,” states Kevin Thompson, founding partner. “It gives us a way to use our business to provide lifelong experiences for people who might not have the […]

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Thompson Burton PLLC Associate, Alex Scarbrough Fisher, published in The Tennessee Nurse


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Thompson Burton PLLC Associate, Alex Scarbrough Fisher, recently published an article, “What Should You do if you Receive a 4-5-320(c) letter from the Tennessee Department of Health”.  The article documents the administrative process a nurse would be subjected after being charged with a a violation of Tennessee law or the Rules of the Tennessee Board of Nursing.

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Thompson Burton PLLC Moves into Third Office Space in Three Years


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Having outgrown our previous office space, we moved into our third office space in 3 years over the weekend.  We officially open for business in the new space on Monday, May 4, 2015.  Our new office address is: Thompson Burton PLLC One Franklin Park 6100 Tower Circle, Suite 200 Franklin, Tennessee 37067 We’re excited about the new space, as it is custom to our needs and will give our attorneys the resources they need to continue giving our clients world class service.

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Thompson Burton Attorney as Guest Speaker at Vanderbilt School of Nursing


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Thompson Burton Attorney Alex Fisher was a recent guest lecturer for a Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) course at Vanderbilt University. The course, titled Advanced Practice Nursing Role within the U.S. Healthcare Delivery System, is a core curriculum course taught annually to approximately 350 Masters students. Its purpose it to provide students with an understanding of how the U.S. healthcare system works in regards to the economic implications of health planning, organization of resources, and cost effectiveness of healthcare delivery. Alex’s presentations included “Regulation of Nurse Practitioners and Overview of Practice Authority in the United States” and “State Nursing Boards”. We are very proud of her work within the community and would like to congratulate her on the accomplishment!

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