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Baker Donelson Adds Construction Attorney Bert Chollet

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Baker Donelson has added Bert Chollet to its Nashville office as a member of the Firm's Construction Group.

Mr. Chollet, who joins Baker Donelson as of counsel, practices in all areas of construction law. His experience encompasses a wide variety of matters including contract drafting and negotiation, litigation and arbitration, government contracts, contract disputes and claims, bond claims and mechanics liens, bid disputes, wrongful termination claims, Minority Business Enterprise and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise matters, licensing, bankruptcy proceedings, and appellate work. Mr. Chollet represents clients from all areas of the construction industry, including owners, contractors, design professionals, developers and other corporate entities. His experience includes projects across numerous industries, including health care, hospitality, energy, education, and transportation projects.

Brigid M. Carpenter, managing shareholder of Baker Donelson's Nashville office, said, "Bert's depth of experience in counseling clients in the construction industry is a strong complement to our Firm's leading construction practice. His ability to offer a full range of services covering public and private projects throughout the United States and abroad builds on our existing capabilities across the Firm's geographic footprint and beyond. We're excited to welcome him to our team."

Prior to joining Baker Donelson, Mr. Chollet practiced at law firms in Chicago, Illinois and Memphis, Tennessee. Before practicing law, he served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Holly M. Kirby. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Forum on Construction Industry, and the National Bond Claims Association.

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