Jack Burgin has a diverse legal practice, primarily advising and defending employers on a variety of labor and employee benefit related topics and on representing and advising government contractors about costs and labor issues. Jack's advice and litigation practice focuses on
Before joining Kramer Rayson, Jack graduated with honors from The University of Tennessee College of Law (1989), and then clerked for the Honorable Gary R. Wade, then Judge of the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals.
From 2001 to 2011 and 2017 to the present, Jack served as the president and then chair of the Board of Directors for Appalachian Bear Rescue, an organization devoted to helping injured and orphaned black bear cubs return to the wild. He also served two terms on the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization, serving as Chair of the CLE Commission in 2011. He is an avid amateur photographer and enjoys traveling and hiking with his wife, Catherine. Jack also writes about pending legal disputes involving Disney and other theme parks, and sometimes appears as a guest on the DIS Unplugged Podcast.