As Nashville has grown, Epstein Becker Green has grown as well. In Nashville’s increasingly emergent marketplace, demand for legal services in the health care, labor and employment, and construction practice areas also continues to boom.
Attorneys Chris Dunn, John Tishler, and Ann Knuckles Mahoney explain how the region’s constant entrepreneurial innovation, hindered by recent economic challenges, created a void in which clients are now facing labor shortages, rising costs, and supply chain disruptions.
For decades, Epstein Becker Green’s deep bench of attorneys has assisted clients throughout the Southeast with these issues and more. Our longstanding local relationships, paired with our strength as a national firm, make for a great opportunity for those legal professionals looking to make their mark on the Nashville business community.
The people who come to work at Epstein Becker Green tend to stay here, in large part, because of our values. In our Career Pathways videos, our people explain what our values look like day to day and how our values impact their career path. Watch the Career Pathways series.
About the Career Pathways Video Series
Career Pathways at Epstein Becker Green features our attorneys discussing their personal perspectives on developing their careers at our firm. Epstein Becker Green’s entrepreneurial spirit has fostered an inclusive and collaborative environment. Our attorneys and staff are committed to excellence for our clients and for each other.
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