Miller & Martin Appoints New Firm Leadership

Monday, October 30, 2017

The law firm of Miller & Martin PLLC announced that Jim Haley has been re-elected as chairman of the firm, and that Mike Marshall from the Atlanta office, and Zac Greene from the Chattanooga office, have been elected to serve on the firm’s Policy Committee with Mr. Haley, Hugh Sharber, Chris Parker, and Scott Parrish. This committee serves as the firm’s managing board of directors and approves all major decisions for the firm across all offices. 

Mr. Haley concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial, industrial and planned unit real estate, and in banking. He has represented developers, lenders, landlords and tenants, in a variety of complex and multi-state transactions. 

Mr. Marshall concentrates his practice on corporations, mergers and acquisitions, securities and general business law. He has an active practice in the financial institutions area, including commercial banks and other holding companies. He also represents both sellers and buyers in mergers and acquisitions. 

Mr. Greene is a litigation attorney concentrating his practice on civil disputes and complex business litigation, as well as crisis management, white-collar crime and government investigations.



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