Lenihan receives “Enterprise Award” from NBA YLD

Mark Lenihan recently received the Enterprise Award from the Young Lawyer’s Division of the Nashville Bar Association.  This award is given to a member of the YLD who has advanced the charitable purposes of the NBA through a new initiative, program, or activity.  Specifically, Lenihan was recognized for his work organizing the first-ever virtual Race Judicata […]

Funk presents noncompete CLE with U.S. District Court Judge Campbell

United States District Court Judge William L. Campbell and Sam Funk recently presented a CLE for the Federal Courts Committee of the Nashville Bar Association entitled, “Noncompete Agreements in the Era of Remote Working.”  During it, they discussed issues concerning noncompete, non-solicitation and confidentiality agreements as well as trade secret law in the context of […]

Best Lawyers recognizes Sims|Funk

Sims|Funk has received a Tier 1 ranking for Commercial Litigation in the 11th Edition (2021) of U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms.”  In addition, the firm was ranked among its peers for Litigation-Securities and Bet-the-Company Litigation. Best Lawyers is based upon a comprehensive peer review survey in which leading attorneys vote on the […]

Benchmark Litigation ranks Sims|Funk a “Highly Recommended” firm; Funk and Sims each named “Local Litigation Stars.”

Benchmark Litigation has named Sims|Funk a “Highly Recommended” firm in Tennessee and has recognized Sam Funk and Scott Sims as “Local Litigation Stars” in the areas of commercial litigation and securities litigation. Benchmark exclusively covers the litigation market in the US and around the world.  It bills itself as “the definitive guide to America’s leading […]

Funk, Sims & Peal recognized as Best Lawyers

Sam Funk, Scott Sims and Rob Peal have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 27th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©.  Funk was recognized for his work in Commercial Litigation, Litigation – Securities and Trade Secrets Law.  Sims and Peal were recognized for their work in Commercial Litigation and Bet-the-Company Litigation.

Super Lawyers recognizes Sims|Funk attorneys as top-rated in Nashville

Mid-South Super Lawyers has recognized Scott Sims, Sam Funk and Rob Peal in its list of top lawyers for 2020. Additionally, Gil Schuette, Mark Donnell, Mark Lenihan and Grace Fox have been named “Rising Stars.” Super Lawyers is an exclusive list of top-rated attorneys who are selected after thorough evaluation of numerous criteria, including peer […]

Nashville Business Journal Recognizes Funk and Sims as 2020 Best of the Bar

Sam Funk and Scott Sims have been selected for inclusion in the Nashville Business Journal’s 2020 Best of the Bar in the areas of Litigation and Dispute Resolution. Once nominated to Best of the Bar, lawyers are voted on by their peers with weight given to votes received from outside their firm.

Fox Selected for Young Leaders Council

Grace Fox has been selected to participate in the Spring 2020 class for the Young Leaders Council (https://www.youngleaderscouncil.org/). YLC trains professionals between the ages of 25-40 to serve on the boards of nonprofit organizations. The training is followed by a one-year internship with a community agency, serving as a non-voting member of a working board. […]

Best Lawyers Recognizes Sims|Funk

Sims|Funk has received a Tier 1 ranking for Commercial Litigation and a Tier 2 ranking for Litigation-Securities and Bet-the-Company Litigation in the 10th Edition (2020) of U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms.” Additionally, Sam Funk, Scott Sims and Rob Peal have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 26th Edition (2020) […]

Fox Selected for NBA Leadership Forum

Grace Fox has been selected to participate in the Nashville Bar Association’s Leadership Forum (https://www.nashvillebar.org/index.cfm?pg=LeadershipForum), which “provides a select group . . . of attorneys . . . with a unique setting to develop leadership skills through monthly workshops and activities focusing on local legal and community issues.”