Husch Blackwell Hires 2 Associates In Chattanooga Office

Friday, November 22, 2019
Husch Blackwell announces Caroline Shea and Derek Terry have formally joined the firm’s Chattanooga office as associates.

Ms. Shea, a litigator, focuses her practice on a variety of client matters, including commercial litigation, toxic tort and bankruptcy. Ms. Shea earned her J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School and her B.A. from Wofford College.

Mr. Terry is an associate in the firm’s Corporate, Mergers & Acquisitions and Securities & Corporate Governance practice group. His practice focuses on an array of business law matters, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, real estate transactions and financing, public and private company securities law compliance and corporate governance.
Mr. Terry earned both his J.D. and B.S. from the University of Tennessee.

Janelle Reilly Installed As Chair Of THA Board Of Directors, Tim Adams Named Chair-Elect

Local Business Owner Opens Holistic Market

New Hamilton County Business Licenses


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Janelle Reilly, market CEO at CHI Memorial in Chattanooga, was installed as chair of the THA Board of Directors during the Association’s recent Annual Meeting. She joined the healthcare system in 2016 as president and chief operating officer before being promoted to her current role in 2019. During the annual meeting, Ms. Reilly also was named the recipient of the AHA Most ... (click for more)

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