Cheyne W. Harris


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Cheyne Harris works closely with commercial and residential developers, landlords and tenants, businesses and investors on the acquisition, disposition and financing of real estate assets. He also represents local and regional banks with commercial loans and other secured transactions. As a former city planner, Cheyne has significant experience in land development and zoning issues.

Cheyne also has experience assisting clients with the sale and acquisition of businesses and general business matters including, but not limited to, business formation and various contractual agreements.

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Urban Land Institute (ULI) — Memphis Chapter

Tennessee Bar Association

Mississippi Bar Association

Memphis Bar Association — Real Estate/Environmental Law Section

University of Memphis Law Pillars of Excellence — Board Member (2015-2017)

Memphis Maroon Club — Board Member (2015-2018)

Leadership Collierville (2007)