Practical. Strategic. Creative.
Tanner is an accomplished attorney with extensive experience in litigation. She now focuses on helping businesses avoid litigation by ensuring they have the right structure, documents, communication strategies and relationships in place. Her clients get more than a lawyer, they get a creative strategist, trusted confidant, and adviser. Tanner works closely with her clients to create the structural documents, policies, procedures, and business strategies most suited to their business. She firmly believes an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
Tanner brings extensive experience in healthcare law to the firm. She has 15 years of experience representing healthcare providers in and out of the courtroom. Tanner provides invaluable perspective and knowledge to our healthcare clients looking to start out on their own and those who need assistance with quality and customer service.
Tanner earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Virginia and a J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law. Prior to earning her law degree, she was a nurse in the cardiac intensive care unit at Duke University Medical Center.
Tanner serves as Vice President on the Board of the Richmond Public Library Foundation and is involved with the local chapter of the Arthritis Foundation. Tanner is a long-time Richmond Ballet season ticket holder. She and her husband, Mason, enjoy traveling, working in the yard, entertaining, and family time on the golf course with their son.
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