Heath H. Edwards, Member of the Firm, in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice, in the firm’s Nashville office, was featured in the Nashville Post, in “Legal Notes: EBG Adds Another Waller Veteran.” (Read the full version – subscription required.)

Following is an excerpt:

Epstein Becker Green has named Heath Edwards a member of the firm in its Nashville office.

Most recently, Edwards spent a year as partner at FordHarrison in Nashville. Previously, he was interim employment counsel at health care company Wellpath, a partner at Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis and an attorney at FordHarrison.

Edwards represents health care clients in labor and employment matters.

“EBG is always focused on expanding our employment law and litigation practices with talented lawyers, and Heath is now part of that expansion in Nashville,” said David Garland, chair of the firm’s employment, labor and workforce management steering committee. “Heath’s particular focus on representing health care employers, his experience in the Southeast, and his ability to lead clients to creative solutions aligns perfectly with our team’s goals and culture.”

EBG has had ties to Waller since the New York-based firm launched a Nashville office in 2017. Former Waller chair John Tishler joined EBG last year, and two Waller partners joined EBG’s Nashville office at the start of this year. Waller was recently acquired by national firm Holland & Knight.

Read our full announcement, Epstein Becker Green’s Nashville Office Expands with Employment Litigator Heath Edwards.

Related reading:

Reuters and Westlaw’s May 4, 2023, newsletter, The Daily Docket, in“Industry Moves.”

Epstein Becker brought on Heath Edwards as a Nashville-based employment and labor litigator. Edwards was previously at FordHarrison.

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