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Scott D. Carey Named Chair of Baker Donelson's Transportation Group

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Baker Donelson has named Scott D. Carey as chair of the Firm's Transportation Group.

Mr. Carey, a shareholder in Baker Donelson's Nashville office, concentrates his practice in complex business and tort litigation, with a special emphasis on transportation-related litigation. He is the former managing partner of Baker Donelson's Nashville office.

Mr. Carey has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® in Commercial Litigation, Personal Injury Litigation and Transportation Law since 2007, and was named the Best Lawyers' 2018 Nashville Transportation Law "Lawyer of the Year" and the Best Lawyers' 2017 Nashville Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants "Lawyer of the Year". He has been listed in Mid-South Super Lawyers since 2007 and has been recognized among the top 50 Nashville attorneys and the top 100 Mid-South attorneys by Mid-South Super Lawyers (2014 – 2018). He is a member of numerous transportation industry organizations, including the Truckload Carriers Association, the Transportation Intermediaries Association, the Transportation Lawyers' Association, the Tennessee Trucking Association, and the Trucking Industry Defense Association.

Baker Donelson's national transportation practice includes more than 40 attorneys across the Firm who represent transportation industry leaders from every area, including aviation, motor carrier, railroad, maritime, oil and gas, and automotive. Baker Donelson's transportation practice is unique in its scope, providing counsel to all of these industries on issues of safety, environmental impact, technological innovation, economic concerns, and governmental challenges, from both a legal and a public policy standpoint – something few other firms offer.

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