21 Chambliss Attorneys Ranked By Mid-South Super Lawyers 2019

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

The 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyers and the 2019 Mid-South Rising Stars lists 21 attorneys from Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C., a Chattanooga-based law firm.
 
"The Chambliss attorneys on the 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyers list received particularly high professional achievement and peer recognition," officials said.

Each year, the Super Lawyers research team selects no more than five percent of Tennessee lawyers to receive this honor.
 
The 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyers from Chambliss include:
 
Attorney Name Practice Area
William P.

Aiken, Jr. Business/Corporate
T. Maxfield Bahner Business Litigation
Steve D. Barham Creditor Debtor Rights
Richard W. Bethea Business Litigation
Mark A. Cunningham Health Care
Timothy M. Gibbons Construction Litigation
David J. Hill Intellectual Property
Rosemarie L. Hill Employment and Labor
Anthony A. Jackson Media/Advertising
Hugh J. Moore, Jr. Civil Litigation: Defense
Harold L. North, Jr. Bankruptcy: Consumer
Dana B. Perry Estate and Probate
Michael N. St. Charles Real Estate
 
Super Lawyers is a ranking of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who are recognized highly by their peers for their professional achievement. To qualify as a Super Lawyer, the attorney must go through a multifaceted selection process including independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.
 
The Super Lawyers research team selects an even more limited group to receive the Rising Stars honor. These attorneys make up only two and a half percent of lawyers in Tennessee.
 
The 2019 Mid-South Rising Stars from Chambliss include:
 
Attorney Name Practice Area
Stephen D. Adams Intellectual Property
Cathy S. Dorvil Health Care
Justin L. Furrow Employment and Labor
Douglas S. Griswold Health Care
Willa B. Kalaidjian Business/Corporate
Jeffrey W. Maddux Bankruptcy: Business
Calvin B. Marshall, Jr. Health Care
Jed Roebuck Health Care
 
To qualify for the 2019 Mid-South Rising Stars honor, attorneys must go through the same multifaceted selection process as Super Lawyers. In addition, they are 40 years old or younger and have practiced law less than 10 years.


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