Suzanne G. Marsh is a Member of the firm.  She attended college at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville and graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration in 1989.  After graduating from Austin Peay, Suzanne attended law school at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama.  During her time at Cumberland, she served as Associate Editor of The Cumberland Law Review, as an Associate Justice for the Henry Upson Sims Moot Court Board, and as a Cordell Hull Teaching Assistant. She is also a member of the Order of Barristers.

Suzanne joined Batson Nolan in 1992.  She practices in the firm’s Civil Litigation Group, and her practice focuses in the areas of Healthcare Liability and Personal Injury defense, as well as other General Civil Litigation including employment, licensure, and administrative proceedings.  During her career, Suzanne has defended libel actions against media defendants, litigated Teacher Tenure Law actions, defended nursing home abuse and neglect lawsuits, and defended public and private entities in employment discrimination lawsuits in state and federal court.  In recent years, her practice has primarily involved working with physicians in the defense of healthcare liability lawsuits and related matters.  She is admitted to practice in state and federal courts in both Tennessee and Kentucky and is rated “AV Preeminent” by Martindale-Hubbell, which is the highest peer review rating for professional excellence.

Suzanne is a member of the Montgomery County (Tennessee) Bar Association, the Tennessee Bar Associations, and the American Bar Association.  She served as counsel for the Clarksville-Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce from 2006-2007.  She often presents seminars to employers and to physicians concerning various aspects their business practices.

Suzanne lives in Clarksville with her son, who is a student at Clarksville Academy.

Representative Cases:

Jordan v. Baptist Three Rivers Hosp., et al., 984 S.W.2d 593 (Tenn. 1999) (concerning the damages available in an action for wrongful death)

Field v. Trigg County Hosp., et al., 386 F.3d 729, (6th Cir. 2004)