Significant Cases

We find representing our clients, often against great odds and overwhelming resources, an enormously satisfying way to make a living. Below is a sample of some of the matters we have handled and the results we have obtained.

Significant Cases

Wage & Overtime

Carroll v. Guardian

In 2014, we filed, and then quickly settled for $3 million, a collective and class action complaint on behalf of nurses and therapists seeking unpaid overtime wages against Guardian Home Care Holdings, Inc. and its parent company Accentcare, Inc.

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Civil Rights

Davis v. Haslam

In 2012, our firm represented former Congressman Lincoln Davis after the State of Tennessee improperly purged him from its voter rolls and prevented him from voting in the March 6, 2012 primary election.

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Labor & Employment

Burgess v. Ford Motor Company

Tommy Burgess hired our firm to enforce a written agreement he had reached with his employer, Ford Motor Company, to allow him to transfer from a management position with the company to an hourly job, where he intended to retire.

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Civil Rights

Friends of Megan Barry v. Wall

During Nashville’s 2015 mayoral election, our firm represented Mayor Megan Barry’s campaign by obtaining a Temporary Restraining Order requiring the city to extend the voting hours at one of the city’s polling sites after it had opened nearly an hour later than all of the city’s other polling sites.

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Securities Class Actions

Garden City Employees' Retirement System v. Psychiatric Solutions, Inc.

Our firm served as liaison counsel in this securities class action lawsuit filed in 2009. The lawsuit alleged that Psychiatric Solutions deceived investors about its financial condition, the quality of care it was providing to patients, and the liquidity of its malpractice reserves.

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Wage & Overtime

Intrepid Home Health Overtime Litigation

In early 2017, after more than two years of hard-fought litigation, we reached a $1.75 million settlement on behalf of home health workers seeking overtime wages owed to them from Intrepid U.S.A., Inc.

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Securities Class Actions

Schuh v. HCA Holdings Inc.

In 2011, our firm, along with lead counsel Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd, commenced this action alleging that Defendant HCA violated Sections 11, 12 and 15 of the Securities Act of 1933 by omitting material adverse facts about its cardiovascular business during HCA’s March 9, 2011 initial public offering.

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Whistleblower & Qui Tam Litigation

United States v. Community Health Systems, Inc.

Our firm represented a doctor and two nurses who filed a False Claims Act lawsuit against Community Health Systems, Inc. (CHS) that resulted in a record-breaking $98 million settlement for the government, and a fair and just recovery for our clients.

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Labor & Employment

Noel v. Metropolitan Government of Nashville

Our firm represented over 900 Metro Nashville correctional officers in a combined Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) collective action and Rule 23 unjust enrichment class action.

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