Bradley attorneys Jim Murphy and Tom Trent were featured in the Nashville Business Journal for their work with Oracle Corp. on its proposed $1.2 billion waterfront campus on the East Bank of the Cumberland River. Should Metro Council approve an incentives plan for Oracle at its May 4 meeting, Oracle aims to employ 2,500 people there by the end of 2027, a headcount that would soar to 8,500 within four years after that. The following is an excerpt from the NBJ article, highlighting Murphy and Trent's role in the proposed deal:
"Oracle has retained two veteran lawyers from Bradley's Nashville office: Tom Trent and Jim Murphy, both of whom specialize in economic development incentives and real estate matters."
The original article "These firms are working with Oracle Corp. on its proposed East Bank tech campus," appeared in the Nashville Business Journal on April 29, 2021.