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Former U.S. Sen. David Vitter Joins Butler Snow in Louisiana

Former U.S. Sen. David Vitter has joined Butler Snow in an of counsel role in Louisiana. Vitter will practice in the firm’s business department, focusing on business and economic development in the energy sector and other areas. He will be located in the firm’s New Orleans office. Vitter also continues in his role as vice chairman of Mercury Public Affairs. ...

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Donald Clark Jr. re-elected chairman of Butler Snow

Butler Snow has announced the re-election of Donald Clark Jr. to serve as chairman of the firm until January, 2020. Clark has served in the role since 2006. During this period, Butler Snow has grown from 3 offices and 140 attorneys to 24 offices and more than 330 attorneys. Clark’s collaborative, teamwork first style compliments a unique culture at the firm. He ...

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Former U.S. Sen. David Vitter joins Butler Snow in Louisiana

Butler Snow has announced that former U.S. Sen. David Vitter has joined the firm in an of counsel role in Louisiana. Vitter will practice in the firm’s business department, focusing on business and economic development in the energy sector and other areas. He will be located in the firm’s New Orleans office. “David has a long and successful track record as a legislator and political leader,” said Donald Clark, ...

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Edds to chair Arts group

Butler Snow attorney Stephen C. Edds has been named chairman of the Mississippi Arts Commission. The Commission, made up of 15 governor-appointed members, serves as the official grants-making and service agency for the arts in Mississippi. Edds joined Butler Snow’s public finance group in 2016 and focuses his practice on public finance, tax credits, economic development and tax. He also ...

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Butler Snow adds 3

Robert L. Crawford, Michael I. Less and Clifton M. Lipman will join Butler Snow’s commercial litigation group practicing in the Memphis office. Crawford concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial litigation including financial institutions and general business disputes. Less concentrates his practice in all aspects of construction law. Lipman concentrates his practice in all aspects of construction law and ...

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Sutherland a top writer

Kari L. Sutherland of Butler Snow has been named a 2017 Law360 Distinguished Legal Writing Award winner by the Burton Awards. The honor is awarded to only 25 writers from entries submitted by the nation’s 1,000 largest law firms. Sutherland received the Burton Award based on her articled titled “Funding Litigation and Treatment: Leveling the Playing Field or Exploiting the ...

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LAW ELEVATED — Mississippi’s Health Care Collaboration Act is good medicine

Say what you will about Mississippi’s government, our state Capitol building is an impressive structure. Even in the midst of a $8.7 million renovation, walking through the ground floor of the Capitol and looking up through the second floor opening into the dome far above, one gets the distinct impression that this is a thing that the state most certainly ...

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Former U.S. Attorney Edward L. Stanton III joins Butler Snow

Butler Snow has announced that Edward L. Stanton III – former U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee – has joined the firm in its Memphis office. Stanton will practice with the firm’s White Collar, Compliance and Government Investigations team and its Commercial Litigation Practice Group. “Ed had a very successful track record as U.S. Attorney and is highly regarded by ...

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LAW ELEVATED — Court deals setback to Trump’s immigration policy

By Todd P. Photopulos   A federal appeals court on Thursday, Feb. 9 unanimously ruled against President Trump’s controversial “travel ban” executive order that attempted to bar foreign nationals from a list of seven countries from entering the U.S. for 90 days. Those countries include Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Sudan, Syria, and Somalia, although the Executive Order anticipated a reviewing ...

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