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Chambliss Law Welcomes Associate Attorney Jared Adams

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. is announces the addition of Jared Adams, an associate attorney who will serve the firm's health care and nonprofit clients. 

"With our health care and nonprofit services continuing to expand, Jared is joining us at the perfect time," said Jim Catanzaro, shareholder and health care section chair. "We quickly saw the value he brings to our team, and I look forward to watching him grow as he serves our clients in rapidly evolving industries."
 
Mr. Adams counsels for-profit and nonprofit entities throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic in the health care, biotech, transportation, professional services and manufacturing industries. He often works with organizations, including nonprofits, startups and established companies on a wide range of business and regulatory matters. As a member of the Chambliss Startup Group, he counsels entrepreneurs and startups from beginning to end, advising on issues like entity formation, fundraising through venture and seed financings and mergers and acquisitions. 
 
"Through his previous experience as legislative counsel to U.S. Senator Bob Corker and working for the Tennessee General Assembly, Mr. Adams values public service and seeks to work with organizations to expand their community involvement and impact in a prudent and cost-effective manner," officials said.

Before relocating to the Chattanooga area, Mr. Adams practiced as a transactional attorney in Roanoke, Va., where he also served as an active board member for Family Promise of Greater Roanoke and Feeding Southwest Virginia.
 
Mr. Adams attended Wake Forest University School of Law and was managing editor of the Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy. He also graduated magna cum laude from Middle Tennessee State University.


Virnig Manufacturing’s New Facility Opens In Pikeville

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New Hamilton County Business Licenses


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Business

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Virnig Manufacturing has opened its new 62,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Pikeville. The Minnesota-based company held a grand opening at the facility, at 403 Allen P. Deakins Road, on Monday. The project will allow the family-owned business to meet the growing demands for the various skid steer attachments it produces. “I am excited to welcome Virnig Manufacturing ... (click for more)

Driver Services Offers At-Home Knowledge Testing

The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security's Driver Services division is now offering a new online service, "At-Home Knowledge Testing," for Tennessee teenagers. Teenagers between the ages of 15 to 17 may now take their written knowledge test online under a proctor's supervision (parent/legal guardian) via the Tennessee Proctor IDentification (PID) app. Those ... (click for more)

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Opinion

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I find the complaints about the recent win by Weston Wamp in the Hamilton County mayor’s primary to be interesting and amusing. Interesting because of the attempt by some to portray his win as the result of some kind of nefarious manipulation by a group of clergy to get Black voters to crossover and vote for Wamp. Also interesting because for weeks it was assumed by the local political ... (click for more)

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