TB Challenge Round I: Final Update


Thompson Burton is very proud of its participants in the firm’s first round of TB Challenges. Each of these individuals worked very hard to accomplish difficult goals, and whether they fully accomplished each goal or not, we are proud of their commitment to publicly challenge themselves and get out of their comfort zones. Congratulations! Jennifer Lankford’s TB Challenge: compete in a Mud Run 5k and a 10k before September 28th. Final Update from Jennifer: I completed my 5k on September 5th, and a 15K (3 miles longer than the actual goal!) later in September. It was challenging, but I loved it. I used the TB Challenge money to go to Maine, where Brent (my husband) and I had an absolutely fabulous time. There was great lobster, beautiful leaves, and lots of hiking. Attached is a picture of the sunrise at Cadillac Mountain, where the sun is first seen in the U.S. during […]

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Veteran Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Lawyer, Phillip Young, Joins Thompson Burton PLLC


Thompson Burton PLLC is very excited to announce the addition of Phillip Young to its bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice. Phillip is the second high profile lawyer to join the firm’s bankruptcy and creditors’ rights practice in the last three weeks. Ronn Steen, formerly with Stites & Harbison, joined last month. Phillip’s practice focuses on complex or unique bankruptcy, receivership, and distressed asset matters.  He has worked on numerous bankruptcy cases as well as acted as receiver on some of the largest receivership cases in Tennessee. “I have had the great pleasure to work with Phillip over the last 2 years on a receivership case.  During that time Phillip and I became great friends and developed a mutual respect for each other’s practice.  I couldn’t be happier with his addition to the firm,” said Walt Burton. Formerly with Bass Berry & Sims, PLC and more recently Garfinkle McLemore & Young […]

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