Chambliss Law Shapes Future Of Firm With Hamadeh Promotion

Monday, March 17, 2014
Yousef Hamadeh
Yousef Hamadeh

Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel announced that Yousef Hamadeh has become a shareholder in the firm. Mr. Hamadeh joined Chambliss in 2006 in the Litigation Practice Group.

“Yousef has aptly demonstrated his abilities as a skilled lawyer during his time with the firm,” said Mike St. Charles, managing shareholder at Chambliss. “He has achieved outstanding results for the firm's clients and is making a significant impact on Chambliss and the community through various activities. We are fortunate to have him on the team and now serving in a shareholder capacity.”

Mr. Hamadeh focuses his practice in litigation and risk management. He has extensive litigation experience in both state and federal courts in numerous jurisdictions throughout the U.

S., including Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, New York and Ohio. Mr. Hamadeh represents businesses, individuals and governmental entities in a variety of general and complex litigation matters, such as product liability defense, commercial litigation, insurance coverage and claims litigation, intellectual property litigation and media law.


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