TBA Health Law Section Elects Chambliss Attorney As Vice Chair

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The Tennessee Bar Association (TBA) has elected Mark Cunningham, shareholder and health care chair of Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C., as the vice chair of the TBA Health Law Section Executive Council. Mr. Cunningham devotes his practice to advising health care professionals and organizations, and the Chambliss health care group has substantial experience counseling local, regional, and national clients in the health care industry.

Mr. Cunningham has served on the executive council for four years and will work with executive council Chair Brian Roark of Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on various matters, including planning for the TBA's 2017 Health Law Forum and Primer.

The executive council of the TBA Health Law Section is comprised of the chair, vice chair, immediate past chair, three East Tennessee delegates, 13 Middle Tennessee delegates, and six West Tennessee delegates. These officers— along with fellow health law section members— work together to further their knowledge in federal, state, and local health care law.



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