Grant, Konvalinka & Harrison, P.C. Hires Ariel Resnick

Monday, September 20, 2021

The Grant, Konvalinka and Harrison, P.C. law firm announces that Ariel Resnick has joined the firm as an associate. 

Ariel Resnick grew up in Chattanooga. She graduated from Girls Preparatory School in 2011 and attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where she received a B.A. in philosophy and graduated cum laude in 2016. Ms. Resnick received her juris doctor and graduated cum laude from the University of Tennessee College of Law in 2020.  While in law school, she was an editor for the Tennessee Law Review and the Tennessee Journal for Race, Gender, and Social Justice.  Ariel was a student-attorney in the Domestic Violence Clinic and received an award of excellence in Trial Practice. 

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Resnick clerked for the Honorable Pamela A. Fleenor and the Honorable Jeffrey M. Atherton at the Hamilton County Chancery Court. She was admitted to the Tennessee Bar in January 2021. She is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Chattanooga Bar Association and the Young Lawyers Division. Ms. Resnick's areas of practice will include civil litigation and family law, primarily focusing on family law.


Moving Business Forward Podcast Previews Startup Week And Features Co.Lab

Sonal Modi Named Finance Manager For Tennessee American Water

Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical Purchases Chattanooga Heating & Air


The Moving Business Forward Podcast from PodTopics released the second episode of the series, placing a spotlight on Co.Lab just prior to Startup Week. In addition to learning the latest news ... (click for more)

Tennessee American Water has announced that Sonal Modi, who has been with the company since 2011, has been promoted to finance manager for the state. In this position, Ms. Modi oversees the company’s ... (click for more)

After serving the Chattanooga area for over 37 years, Chattanooga Heating & Air will join Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical, a provider of residential and commercial plumbing, ... (click for more)



Business

Moving Business Forward Podcast Previews Startup Week And Features Co.Lab

The Moving Business Forward Podcast from PodTopics released the second episode of the series, placing a spotlight on Co.Lab just prior to Startup Week. In addition to learning the latest news at the organization from two members of the Co.Lab Team, the podcast provides a preview of Startup Week in Chattanooga, which will take place Oct. 18-22. PodTopics Executive Producer Greg ... (click for more)

Sonal Modi Named Finance Manager For Tennessee American Water

Tennessee American Water has announced that Sonal Modi, who has been with the company since 2011, has been promoted to finance manager for the state. In this position, Ms. Modi oversees the company’s budgeting process and financial reporting. Ms. Modi will continue to report to Brian Queen, chief financial officer of Southeastern States for American Water. Ms. Modi first joined ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Hamilton County Has 4 More Virus Deaths And 63 New Cases; Number Of ICU Patients Continues To Drop

The Hamilton County Health Department reported four more coronavirus deaths on Monday and 63 new positive cases, down from 109 on Friday. The total number of cases in the county now stands at 63,358. The death total is at 642. It is reported the deaths were all men; three white and one race not determined; two age 51-60 and two age 61-70. The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations ... (click for more)

Daisy Madison To Retire As City's Chief Financial Officer After Nearly 20 Years

Daisy Madison, the city’s longtime chief financial officer, will conclude her distinguished career at City Hall this year as she begins her transition into retirement, she told senior staff Monday. Ms. Madison was hired as deputy chief finance officer in 1992 by former mayor Gene Roberts. She served with distinction under a succession of mayors, including Jon Kinsey, Bob Corker, ... (click for more)

Opinion

Tennessee Fans Hit A New Low - And Response

Tennessee Vols fans hit a new low at the end of the UTK vs Ole Miss last evening. Maybe Lane Kiffin did us wrong when he left Knoxville for his dream team back in 2009, however, the crass and repulsive behavior of a large number of Tennessee fans didn’t reflect on Kiffin, it reflected on the great state of Tennessee. Has society really reduced itself to believing that reducing ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: It’s Kiffin With Class

I’m 72 years old and after a lifetime of watching college football – more times than not from up real close – even I was shocked that the University of Tennessee showed a such a marked lack of class at the end of Saturday night’s 31-26 chaotic loss to a now-13 th ranked Ole Miss. In the waning minutes of what would have been a glorious college football game, a gutsy final drive ... (click for more)