Four Attorneys Named to the Nashville Post's 2017 In-Charge List

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Nashville, Tenn., March 6, 2017 - Burr & Forman announces that Nashville-based Partners Robert C. "Bob" Goodrich, Jr., William L. "Bill" Penny, Thomas K. Potter, III and Stephen H. Price were named to the Nashville Post's 2017 "In Charge" list.

The honorees will be featured in the Post's annual Leaders issue.

The "In Charge" list "recognizes Middle Tennessee's top business, political and civil leaders" who "truly are 'in charge.'" Goodrich, Penny, Potter, and Price, along with the other recipients, were honored at a reception held at the Nashville Public Library.

For over 30 years, Goodrich has represented creditors, creditors' committees, landlords, and other interested parties in bankruptcy and insolvency related matters in state and federal courts. He is designated by the American Bankruptcy Board of Certification as a specialist in business bankruptcy.

At Burr, Penny is the chair of the firm's Environmental Practice Group and has a wide range of experience in environmental law at the state and federal levels, including natural resource law, mining, remediation, negotiation with regulatory agencies in environmental matters, superfund litigation, RCRA matters, brownfield redevelopment, wetlands, water quality, radiological waste and compliance, and air pollution control.

Potter has over 30 years' experience representing business interests in securities, corporate and intellectual property disputes. He represents broker-dealers and investment bankers in disputes from multi-district mutual-fund class actions to state-court jury trials on derivatives contracts, government enforcement actions, and constitutional challenges to municipal securities rules to customer arbitrations.

Price is the Managing Partner of the firm's Nashville office and a member of the Labor and Employment and Commercial Litigation Practice Groups. He also practices in Intellectual Property and Class Actions. His practice focuses on complex and commercial litigation, employment law, and intellectual property litigation.

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