Erin Olshever Joins Husch Blackwell’s Chattanooga Office

Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Erin Olshever has joined Husch Blackwell’s Chattanooga office as senior counsel in the firm’s Technology, Manufacturing and Transportation group.
 
Ms. Olshever comes to Husch Blackwell from New York City, where she practiced corporate real estate law and gained experience handling a diverse client portfolio. At Husch Blackwell, she will focus her practice on corporate deals, mergers and acquisitions and securities matters. 
 
Ms. Olshever earned her J.D. summa cum laude from New York Law School and her B.S.
magna cum laude in marketing and operations management from the University of Maryland.

TVA Invests In Local Communities

Danielle Barnes Announces Departure Of Human Services Commissioner

Local Attorney Andrew B. Morgan Selected As A Mid-South Rising Star By Super Lawyers


As the nation’s largest supplier of public power and one of the top producers of electricity, the Tennessee Valley Authority provides low-cost, reliable, and clean electricity for 10 million ... (click for more)

The Tennessee Department of Human Services announced Commissioner Danielle Whitworth Barnes will leave state government in mid-November after 16 years of service to the citizens of Tennessee ... (click for more)

Local attorney Andrew B. Morgan, the managing attorney for The Law Office of Andrew B. Morgan, has been selected to the 2020 Tennessee Rising Stars list. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent ... (click for more)



Business

TVA Invests In Local Communities

As the nation’s largest supplier of public power and one of the top producers of electricity, the Tennessee Valley Authority provides low-cost, reliable, and clean electricity for 10 million people across the seven-state service area. But TVA’s unique, long-standing mission of service focuses on much more than just energy. TVA and its more than 10,000 employees are committed ... (click for more)

Danielle Barnes Announces Departure Of Human Services Commissioner

The Tennessee Department of Human Services announced Commissioner Danielle Whitworth Barnes will leave state government in mid-November after 16 years of service to the citizens of Tennessee to return to the private sector. Former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam initially named Ms. Barnes TDHS Commissioner in 2017 and she was one of the first commissioners to be reappointed by ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Bus Driver, 7-Year-Old Girl Killed In Meigs County School Bus Crash; 7 Other Children Sent To Hospital, Including 1 In Critical Condition; Utility Truck Lost Control And Hit Bus Head-On

The female bus driver and a seven-year-old girl were killed when a Meigs County school bus collided with a utility vehicle on Highway 58 near the Bradley County line late Tuesday afternoon. Seven other children were sent to Children's Hospital in Chattanooga, including one in critical condition. Five were airlifted and two taken by ambulance to the hospital. The Tennessee ... (click for more)

Man, 39, In Critical Condition After Being Shot Multiple Times On Highway 58

A 39-year-old man was in critical condition after being shot multiple times on Tuesday at Highway 58. Police said the incident happened at 4500 Highway 58, which is the location of Wendy's. At approximately 4:54 a.m., a Chattanooga police officer was in the area of 4500 Highway 58 when he heard multiple gunshots coming from nearby. Upon arrival, the CPD officer ... (click for more)

Opinion

We Must Love

I feel it too. It is easy to hate. Maybe we could try harder to love. Hate seeps into our bones, rules our integrity, and convinces us to forsake those we love. Hate is toxic. It spreads to our neighbors; people we once trusted. It spreads to our coworkers and friends; people who once trusted us. We lose sight of what truly matters. That is what we have in common now. Is ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: A Bunch Of Hogwash

There are those who fault Donald Trump for the unkind divisiveness that is “the second plague” roiling the United States right now. But did you notice that when the brilliant Amy Coney Barrett was approved by the Senate to become our newest Supreme Court Justice, the entirety of “those” Democrat Senators voted against her? I tend to believe many who voted ‘no’ would actually support ... (click for more)