Burr & Forman Expands Nashville Office with the Addition of Savannah McCabe

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Burr & Forman LLP is pleased to announce that Savannah D. McCabe has joined the Nashville office as an Associate in the Labor and Employment Practice Group.

“As Nashville and Middle Tennessee continues to grow, we continue to attract excellent legal talent to meet the needs of our community and our clients. Savannah is a great addition to our team,” says Ken Bryant, Nashville Office Managing Partner. “Savannah’s capabilities complement our existing strengths in labor & employment law, and further expand our ability to provide exemplary services to our clients.”

Savannah advises clients on labor and employment matters and compliance with state, federal, and local employment laws, and also defends employers in employment and business litigation in multiple jurisdictions. She incorporates client business goals and industry particularities while handling litigation, creating workforce solutions, and advising clients on FLSA exemption strategies and compensation structures, restrictive covenants, disability accommodations, discrimination and harassment, and other employment concerns. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law, magna cum laude.

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