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Former Metro Codes Zoning Examination Chief Joey Hargis Joins Baker Donelson


(Nashville, TN / March 23, 2015) Baker Donelson announces the addition of Joey Hargis to the Firm's Real Estate and Finance Group.

Mr. Hargis, who joins as an attorney in the Nashville office, comes to the Firm having served as Metro Codes Zoning Examination Chief and Secretary of the Board of Zoning Appeals since 2008. He also previously served on the staff of the Metro Nashville Planning Commission.

Mr. Hargis will serve Baker Donelson's real estate clients in land use and zoning matters in middle Tennessee and throughout the state.

"We're thrilled to have Joey joining our firm, where he will be an integral part of our real estate practice," said Matthew T. Harris, a shareholder in Baker Donelson's Nashville office and a member of the Firm's Real Estate and Finance Group. "Joey's familiarity and deep understanding of zoning and land use policies and practices of Metro Nashville and beyond will be a tremendous asset to our clients with land use and zoning needs, within and outside Metro Nashville."

Baker Donelson's Real Estate and Finance Group consists of more than 80 lawyers offering sophisticated legal counsel in a wide spectrum of real estate transactions, such as developments, single asset and portfolio acquisitions and sales, leasing and financing for a variety of real estate projects, including retail, health care, office, multi-family, industrial, hospitality, mixed-use developments, urban renewal projects and natural resources. Attorneys in the Firm's Real Estate and Finance Group are highly regarded in the legal profession, earning recognition in The Best Lawyers in America, Chambers USA and Super Lawyers

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