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Baker Donelson Names Emily Brackstone Vice Chair of Emerging Companies Team

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(Memphis, TN /June 23, 2015)  Baker Donelson has named Emily T. Brackstone vice chair of the Firm's Emerging Companies Team. Ms. Brackstone, a shareholder in Baker Donelson's Memphis office, joins Chris Sloan, chair of the group, in guiding the strategic growth of the multidisciplinary practice that serves high-growth start-up companies and other emerging businesses.

"Emily has demonstrated a strong commitment to our Emerging Companies Team," said Chris Sloan. "She is an outstanding business attorney and an active, respected contributor to the entrepreneur communities we support. We are confident she will continue to contribute to and expand upon the success of the Emerging Companies Team in this leadership role."

At Baker Donelson, Ms. Brackstone represents both early-stage and established companies in various business matters through all phases of a company's life cycle. She counsels clients during the structuring and formation of business entities; venture capital and angel funding; and drafting and negotiating general business contracts. 

She also regularly represents clients in the life science and health care industries, including pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, specialty pharmacies, physician practices and hospitals.

Ms. Brackstone earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and her law degree from the University of Tennessee.

Baker Donelson's Emerging Companies Team counsels clients on a range of legal services to achieve strategic business goals. The Firm works with all types of rapid-growth companies in diverse industries, including information technology, digital media, life sciences, health care, alternative energy/clean tech, telecommunications and technology-enabled services.

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