Meredith Mallard Thompson


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Meredith’s practice focuses on complex business and commercial litigation, including cases involving business torts, managed care disputes, software disputes and healthcare law. She has extensive experience in both federal and state courts and has successfully negotiated sophisticated and creative settlements in a variety of contract disputes and business transactions.

  • Business Disputes – Meredith has represented numerous companies in a variety of commercial disputes and claims, including consumer protection act statutes, insurance disputes, contract disputes, business torts, merger and acquisitions, business fraud, and other general commercial matters.
  • Managed Care Disputes – Meredith has handled disputes involving the rights and obligations of providers, insurers, benefit administrators, and vendors, including out-of-network claim disputes, ERISA preemption, prompt pay laws, and any willing provider laws.
  • Software Disputes – Meredith has investigated and resolved several disputes between organizations and information technology providers, including claims related to software implementation and contract disputes.
  • Healthcare Disputes – Meredith has represented a broad range of healthcare clients, in consumer and commercial litigation, False Claims Act qui tam actions, and internal investigations regarding potential regulatory and compliance issues.

A native of Nashville, Meredith is active in the community and enjoys opportunities to participate in pro bono activities.


American Health Law Association (AHLA)