8 Baker Donelson Attorneys Named To 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyer, Rising Star

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Six attorneys with Baker Donelson in the Chattanooga office have been named to the 2019 edition of Mid-South Super Lawyers, which recognizes attorneys in Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee. They are Richard Faulkner, Russell W. Gray, Thomas O. Helton, James H. Levine, Virginia C. Love and Joshua A. Powers.

The publication also honored two Baker Donelson attorneys from Chattanooga in its 2019 list of Mid-South Rising Stars. They are Erno D. Lindner and Adam Sanders.

The selections for this list are made by the research team at Super Lawyers, which is a service of Thomson Reuters, Legal Division. Each year, the research team undertakes a multi-phase selection process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, an independent evaluation of candidates by the attorney-led research staff, a peer review of candidates by practice area, and a good-standing and disciplinary check. First published in 1991 by Law & Politics and acquired by Thomson Reuters, Legal in February 2010, Super Lawyers magazines reach more than 21 million readers across the country.


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In an opinion released Wednesday, the Tennessee Supreme Court affirmed the felony theft conviction of the defendant, Denton Jones. Over a period of 15 days, Jones stole several fitness trackers ... (click for more)

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Patrick, Beard, Schulman & Jacoway, P.C. announces that Gary R. Patrick, Richard A. Schulman, John H. Templeton and Jeremy M. Cothern have been selected by their peers and the publication’s ... (click for more)


Business

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In an opinion released Wednesday, the Tennessee Supreme Court affirmed the felony theft conviction of the defendant, Denton Jones. Over a period of 15 days, Jones stole several fitness trackers from two Target stores in Knoxville on five visits to the stores. In the indictment, the state aggregated the offenses from five separate misdemeanor thefts to one felony count. Jones ... (click for more)

City Hosting Event To Encourage Businesses To Work With The City

The City of Chattanooga’s Purchasing Divison and Office of Multicultural Affairs are hosting an event to recruit and educate business owners on how to work with the city from 9 a.m. to noon on Friday, Nov. 22, at the Brainerd Recreational Center, 1010 North Moore Road. Doing Business With the City will give businesses the opportunity to talk with different department decision-makers ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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Opinion

Tubman TIF - Not Yet Ready For Prime Time

A wise man once wrote that reading about tax increment financing is about as exciting as watching paint dry. Yes, it is boring, but it is important that the city use this tool wisely to create economic development opportunities and to build community trust. On Thursday, Nov. 14, at 11 a.m., the Industrial Development Board (IDB) will hold a public hearing regarding a proposed ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Guns Ain’t The Problem

As one who doesn’t get all juiced over every political race in the country, I tend to believe the majority of folks in their home area, be it Kentucky or Virginia for example, know a lot more about not only what happens every day where they live but what they need to fix it than I do. When Barack Obama was elected he wasn’t my pick, but America elected him and therefore he was my ... (click for more)