Faculty Profile: Brian Winfrey

Brian WinfreyMorgan & Morgan2002 Richard Jones Rd. , Suite B-200 Nashville, TN 37215-2809 Work Phone: (615) 928-9890Website: https://www.forthepeople.comEmail Address:
Previous Courses Taught (25)
  • 20th Annual Labor & Employment Forum
  • Tennessee Bar Association Annual CLE [15 Hours]
  • Examination and Implications of Employment Discrimination Class Actions
  • Demystifying the Ethics Process: Common Ethical Dilemmas
  • Demystifying the Ethics Process: Introduction to the Disciplinary Process
  • Transactional Practice 2009: Taxation of C Corporations, S Corps, & LLCs; and State Tax Issues
  • Transactional Practice 2009: Tax Implications & Advantages Associated with Different Business Entities
  • Transactional Practice 2009: Drafting Acquisition Agrements and Conflicts of Interest/Ethical Considerations Arising During Acquisitions
  • Transactional Practice 2009: An Overview of Business Entities- Which is Best for Your Client
  • Trial Practice: Discovery
  • Elements of Malpractice
  • Evaluating Your Client's Case
  • TN Case Law & Tort Reform Update
  • State of Medical Malpractice Litigation in TN (Panel)
  • Standard of Care in TN
  • ADR/Mediation
  • Demystifying the Ethics Process
  • Perspectives on the Disciplinary Process
  • Intro to the Disciplinary Process Part 2
  • Intro to the Disciplinary Process Part 1
  • Transactional Practice 2009
  • YLD Trial Practice for Today's Litigator
  • Effectively Handling Malpractice Cases in Tennessee
  • YLD Ethics Forum 2008
  • The New Lawyer Experience:
Biography

Brian leads the Employment Law Practice of Morgan & Morgan in Tennessee. As trial and appellate counsel, Brian's practice focuses on issues involving wage & hour, workplace discrimination and retaliation, and an array of other issues arising in the workplace. Prior to joining Morgan & Morgan, Brian was the Managing Partner of The Winfrey and an associate at the national employment defense firm of Ogletree Deakins. He has been recognized by Best Lawyers in American and SuperLawyers for his work in the areas of employment law and trial practice. Brian is a graduate of Vanderbilt Law School and committed member of the TBA. He has served as the Secretary and member of the Executive Committee of the TBA Board of Governors for the last four (4) Presidential administrations. Brian has also co-chaired the TBA Diversity Leadership Institute, served on the YLD Board, and is a member of the 2012 TBA Leadership Law class. He also has been an active Board member of the TBA Employment Law Section, Napier-Looby Bar Association, and Tennessee Employment Lawyers Association. Brian is also a Fellow for the Nashville Bar Foundation.