Baker Donelson Announces Newly-Elected Shareholders In Chattanooga

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Erno D. Lindner
Erno D. Lindner

Baker Donelson has elected 11 new shareholders across the Firm, including two attorneys in its Chattanooga office: Erno D. Lindner and Amy W. Mahone.

Mr. Lindner is a member of Baker Donelson's Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy Group where he focuses his practice on representing creditors in all aspects of commercial insolvency areas, particularly in the area of bankruptcy, commercial restructuring, and CMBS. Additionally, he routinely handles business litigation matters, such as contract disputes. A graduate of the University of Memphis Cecil C.

Humphreys School of Law, Mr. Lindner has been recognized as a "Rising Star" in Mid-South Super Lawyers since 2014. He is a member of the Chattanooga, Memphis, Tennessee, and American Bar Associations and of the American Bankruptcy Institute. Mr. Lindner has served as co-chair of the Bankruptcy Court Liaison Committee for the Western Division of the Western District of Tennessee.

Ms. Mahone, a member of the Firm's Health Law Group and Long Term Care Transactions Team, concentrates her practice in the health care sector in various complex transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, financing and management of long term care facilities and senior housing. Within the long term care industry, she also has experience dealing with distressed and bankrupt assets, certificates of need and corporate structuring of both for-profit and non-profit providers. A graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law, Ms. Mahone has served on the Firm's Women's Initiative Leadership Team and currently serves as the co-editor of the Firm's Long Term Care Industry Service Team newsletter. She is a member of the Tennessee and Chattanooga Bar Associations as well as the American Health Lawyers Association.

"Erno and Amy are both outstanding practitioners in their fields and have emerged as leaders in the Chattanooga office and in the community, and we are confident the Firm will enjoy continued success with them among the newly elected shareholders," said Russell W. Gray, managing shareholder of Baker Donelson's Chattanooga office.

Amy W. Mahone
Amy W. Mahone

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