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Stephen C. Parker joins Butler Snow

Stephen C. Parker has joined the Butler Snow law firm in Memphis and will practice with the Commercial Litigation Group.  Parker recently retired after 30 years as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee. Parker earned his undergraduate degree and Juris Doctor at the University of Memphis.  He served as a member of the Memphis Police ...

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Travis Steele joins Butler Snow

Attorney Travis R. Steele has joined Butler Snow, and will practice with the firm’s commercial litigation group.  Steele will practice from Albuquerque, N.M., expanding the firm’s footprint to 17 domestic locations and one in London. Steele focuses his practice on commercial litigation, Native American gaming, oil and gas, and real estate litigation. This addition follows Butler Snow’s recent expansion in ...

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Fall exhibit of Marie Hull art is must-see

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The artists of Mississippi are real treasures, and none shines brighter than Marie Atkinson Hull. She is beloved by collectors, art students and Mississippians who enjoy her work. A major retrospective exhibition and a new book will honor Hull’s legacy. Bright Fields: The Mastery of Marie Hull will be on view at the Mississippi Museum of Art from Sept. 26 ...

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Sheridan makes Top 10 list

Butler Snow attorney Michael W. Sheridan has been named a Top 10 Payments Lawyer by Paybefore, a provider of information to the prepaid, mobile and emerging payments industry. Paybefore named the Top 10 Payments Lawyers based on votes from Paybefore.com visitors. The winners were honored at the All Payments Expo in Las Vegas where they were recognized for their “commitment ...

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Barbour-Swoope team played .500 ball, at best

Thank heavens there is still a bright line between a news story and a column. Neither is better than the other. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. A news story is supposed to be factual. Hence, it carries the mantle of credibility, which should never drop to the ground, like the American flag. Play fast and loose with the facts, ...

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MARTIN WILLOUGHBY — Doug Dale’s self-awareness helps lift him to top of his game

Anthony Tjan, co-author of Heart, Smarts, Guts, and Luck, noted in a Harvard Business Review article that, “There is one quality that trumps all, evident in virtually every great entrepreneur, manager, and leader. That quality is self-awareness. The best thing leaders can to improve their effectiveness is to become more aware of what motivates them and their decision-making.”  I believe ...

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2 Miss. history museums close to private fundraising goal

JACKSON — A Madison law firm and a Jackson bank have donated $850,000 to two Mississippi history museums being built in downtown Jackson. The Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum have now raised more than $12 million. The goal is $16 million of private money to go with an estimated $87 million in state funding. The ...

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Butler Snow announces second major Nashville expansion

NASHVILLE — Butler Snow has further expanded the firm’s Nashville office as 13 attorneys from Walker, Tipps & Malone PLC join the firm’s commercial litigation practice. With this growth, Butler Snow cements itself among the largest law firms in Tennessee, and greatly enhances its existing commercial litigation group. This move also adds three attorneys to Butler Snow’s already significant presence in the ...

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