Scott Thomas is in Bass, Berry & Sims’ Environmental and Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Groups. He joined Bass, Berry & Sims in 1982 and is listed in Best Lawyers in America® and Chambers USA.
Scott has represented numerous clients in the negotiation of a broad range of contracts related to the use of software products and technology:
He has assisted numerous clients with all aspects of software, technology, internet business and transactions:
Nashville Bar Association
Tennessee Bar Association
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
Representation of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) in the spinoff and sale of the management services organization responsible for the operational and strategic management of Chartwell to CarepathRx, a platform company formed by Nautic Partners that offers pharmacy solutions to patients undergoing complicated medication therapies. Nautic will manage the UPMC pharmacy moving forward. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Represented Emdeon Inc. in its acquisition of Change Healthcare for $135 million
Represented Ingram Entertainment Inc. in its acquisition of VPD, Inc.
Represented Delek US Holdings, Inc. in a secondary public offering of 10,580,000 shares of common stock
Representing ITT Corporation with respect to the investigation and clean-up of a chlorinated solvents site from a former operation of the property decades ago
Represented Quest Diagnostics in the negotiation and execution of an agreement to acquire Summit Health, a provider of on-site prevention and wellness programs primarily for employers
Served as Tennessee counsel for Bass Pro Shops in connection with its 220,000 square foot development of a Bass Pro Outdoor World to be housed in a refurbished and restored Pyramid Arena in downtown Memphis
Represented LIDS in its agreement to open and operate LIDS Locker Room departments in 200 Macy’s stores
Represent Kirkland’s in the drafting and negotiation of multiple software, technology and e-commerce agreements, including technology licensing, implementation and support
Chambers USA — Environment (2011-2021)
Best Lawyers® — Nashville Litigation: Environmental “Lawyer of the Year” (2020); Nashville Environmental Law “Lawyer of the Year” (2019, 2017, 2012); Nashville Technology Law “Lawyer of the Year” (2014); Nashville Information Technology Law “Lawyer of the Year” (2013)
The Best Lawyers in America© — Environmental Law; Information Technology Law; Litigation: Environmental; Litigation: Intellectual Property; Natural Resources Law; Technology Law (2005-2022)
Mid-South Super Lawyers (2006-2018)
Nashville Business Journal “Best of the Bar” (2011-2012)
Corporate Counsel “Top Lawyers”
International Who’s Who of Environment Lawyers
Tennessee Environmental Law Letter — Editor
Washington & Lee Law Review — Executive Editor (1981-1982)