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Conley Brings Business Litigation, Health Services Focus to Baker Donelson

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Author: Rebekah Hearn

Craig C. Conley recently joined Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz PC as of counsel.

He practices primarily in business litigation, focusing on health services and products. Conley also has experience in medical malpractice defense, commercial litigation, construction litigation and products liability defense.

Prior to joining Baker Donelson, Conley served as in-house counsel for FedEx Corp. He graduated from the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in 1988, and clerked for the late Judge W. Frank Crawford of the Tennessee Court of Appeals, Western Section.

Q: What attracted you to practice in the area of business litigation and to focus on health services and products within that specialty?

A: I always had an interest in litigation – being before a jury, arguing a case, taking depositions; all aspects of what encompasses litigation have always been very interesting to me. My father was a dentist, so … I’ve always been interested in medicine as well. Practicing in health care litigation is kind of like learning a second language, because you have to learn medicine. You know how to practice law, but being involved in medical malpractice defense cases, you have to … learn a different language, and it’s very interesting to have a knowledge base there. I thought about (medical school) along the way, but I’ve been more interested in law and went down that path.

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