Sara K. Morgan


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Sara Morgan works closely with companies across many industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, financial services, and pharmaceutical sciences.  Sara has represented clients in class action claims, tax disputes, civil and criminal investigations, mass torts, complex business disputes and property-related disputes.  More specifically, Sara’s practice includes:

  • State & Local Tax – Representing clients in a wide range of tax disputes regarding Tennessee’s sales and use tax, franchise and excise taxes, and business tax; disputing assessments imposed by the Tennessee Department of Revue; and filing claims for refunds of taxes paid.
  • General Business Litigation – Representing clients in business disputes, products liability issues, breach of fiduciary duty cases, general breach of contract disputes, fraud-related issues, class action financial claims, and general commercial litigation matters.
  • Wildfire and mass tortrelated litigation—Representing clients after a fire or potential mass tort has occurred, including identifying necessary experts, preserving evidence, analyzing causation concerns, and aggressively defending litigation as well as pursuing dispositive motions at early stages of litigation.

Sara is actively involved in the firm’s pro bono initiatives, including devoting her time to assisting with prisoners’ rights cases. She is a member of the Military Spouse JD Network (MSJDN), which advocates for licensing accommodations for military spouses in the legal profession. Sara earned her law degree from Vanderbilt Law School and received a B.A. in public relations and rhetorical advocacy from Purdue University.


American Health Law Association (AHLA)

Nashville Bar Association (NBA)

Tennessee Bar Association (TBA)

Military Spouse J.D. Network — Treasurer (2020-2022); Treasurer-Elect (2019-2020)