Richard W. Westling, a Member of the Firm in the Health Care & Life Sciences and Litigation practices, in the firm’s Nashville and Washington, DC, offices, was featured in the Nashville Post roundup article,“2017’s Top Reads: Legal.” The roundup features “the biggest stories from Nashville’s business, political and sports landscapes” and includes Mr. Westling’s profile piece, “Ex-Waller Partner to Start National Firm’s Nashville Office.”

Following is an excerpt:

National law firm Epstein Becker & Green is turning to a local attorney to establish its Nashville presence. …

Westling, who will divide his time between the firm’s Nashville and Washington, D.C., offices, has worked as a federal prosecutor in New Orleans, Virginia and Washington, D.C., in addition to an earlier stint as a partner at Waller and other firms.

“Our sophisticated health care clients in Nashville will value our depth of experience and national resources delivered with a local touch,” EBG Board Member Lynn Shapiro Snyder said in a release.

The firm, which specializes in health care, life sciences, employment and business disputes, plans to add more attorneys in Nashville, according to a spokesperson.

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