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Bourland Heflin needs to find the guy who designed this logo and get their $10 back.Memphis, Tennessee’s Bourland Heflin has added hired on two new partners.

David Rudolph practices labor & employment and commercial litigation. He was most recently a shareholder at Ogletree.

Scott Peatross handles probate & civil litigation. He is the Shelby County Public Administrator, appointed by the County Commission to represent the interests of families and others in probate estate issues. He comes from Bateman Gibson LLC, where he was a partner.

  
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Bourland Heflin Alvarez Minor & Matthews PLC employs 10 partners and one associate.



 

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