Justin N. Joy has been named as a Partner in the Thomason Hendrix law firm. Mr. Joy is a graduate of Wake Forest University and obtained his MBA and JD degrees from the University of Memphis in 2004. His areas of practice include business and commercial litigation, medical malpractice defense and business law.
Thomason Hendrix Attorney Elizabeth Collins was awarded the highest honor bestowed by the Memphis Bar Association, the Lawyer's Lawyer Award, at the Annual Meeting of the MBA.
Thomason Hendrix Attorney Casey Shannon has been selected to the 2012 Class of Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Law.
TBA Leadership Law is an annual program that selects emerging young leaders in the Tennessee legal profession and brings them together for a series of conferences across the state, including meetings with Tennessee Supreme Court justices, leaders of the general assembly, and other community leaders.
The following attorneys of Thomason, Hendrix, Harvey, Johnson & Mitchell, PLLC, have been selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2012:
Albert C. Harvey - Ethics and Professional Responsibility Law; Medical Malpractice Law - Defendants; Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants
J. Kimbrough Johnson - Medical Malpractice Law - Defendants; Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants
Jerry E. Mitchell - Medical Malpractice Law; Litigation - First Amendment; Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants
William H. Haltom - Medical Malpractice Law - Defendants; Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants
Kemper B. Durand - Criminal Defense: White Collar; Immigration Law
Stephen W. Vescovo - Commercial Litigation
J. Martin Regan - Municipal Law; Public Finance Law
Stephen C. Barton - Litigation - Construction
Christopher L. Vescovo - Personal Injury Litigation
Michael E. Keeney - Medical Malpractice Law - Defendants; Personal Injury Litigation
Rehim Babaoglu - Immigration Law
Joseph M. Clark - Medical Malpractice Law - Defendants
Brian S. Faughnan - Appellate Practice; Litigation - First Amendment
Thomason Hendrix lawyer Brian S. Faughnan recently represented David Harris in proceedings before the Tennessee Board of Law Examiners and helped Mr. Harris obtain permission to sit for the Tennessee bar examination. Mr. Harris’s remarkable story of transformation and rehabilitation was featured on national television on CBS Sunday Morning. You can learn more about Mr. Harris’s uplifting story and the outcome of the hearing by watching the television segment from the July 31, 2011 broadcast at http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/07/31/sunday/main20086009.shtml?tag=contentBody%3BfeaturedPost-PE