Husch Blackwell Has Attorneys Named To Best Lawyers Lists

Thursday, August 19, 2021

Husch Blackwell announces attorneys from its Chattanooga office have been listed in the 2022 edition of Best Lawyers in America and Best Lawyers “Ones to Watch.”

Husch Blackwell Chattanooga office honorees are:

Best Lawyers in America:

Alan L. Cates — Litigation – Trusts and Estates, Non-Profit/Charities Law, Trusts and Estates (2003)
Ronald I. Feldman — Real Estate Law (2010)
Patrick K. Shockey — Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants (2021)

Ones to Watch:
Ariel M. Anthony – Commercial Litigation; Trusts & Estates (2021)
Ryan A. Burgett – Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law (2022)
Caleb T. Holzaepfel – Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law (2021)

The year in parentheses is the first year the attorney was listed in Best Lawyers or Ones to Watch.


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