16 Chambliss Attorneys Named Mid-South Super Lawyers And Rising Stars For 2021

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. announces the 16 attorneys recognized for the 2021 Mid-South Super Lawyers and the 2021 Mid-South Rising Stars lists. 
 
The 10 Chambliss attorneys selected for the 2021 Mid-South Super Lawyers list are honored for their high levels of professional achievement and peer recognition. The Super Lawyers research team selects no more than 5 percent of Tennessee lawyers to receive this honor each year.  
 
The 2021 Mid-South Super Lawyers list includes Chambliss attorneys:
 
Attorney Name Practice Area
William P.

Aiken, Jr. Business/Corporate
Mark A. Cunningham Health Care
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
Greg D. Willett Estate and Probate
   
In addition to being recognized as a Mid-South Super Lawyer, Ms. Hill was also honored as a Top 100: 2021 Tennessee Super Lawyer and a Top 50: 2021 Women Mid-South Super Lawyer. Ms. Hill has been recognized in these two categories consecutively since 2018.
 
Super Lawyers ranks outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas in each state who are recognized highly by their peers for their professional achievement. To qualify as a Super Lawyer or Rising Star, nominees must undergo a multiphase selection process which includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations. 
 
The Super Lawyers research team also chooses a limited number of individuals, no more than 2.5 percent of lawyers in Tennessee, to be recognized on their Rising Stars list. To be eligible for this selection, candidates must either be 40 years old or younger or have less than 10 years of practice experience. 
 
The 2021 Mid-South Rising Stars list includes Chambliss attorneys:

Attorney Name Practice Area
Stephen D. Adams Intellectual Property 
Justin L. Furrow Employment and Labor
Jeffrey G. Granillo Business Litigation
Calvin B. Marshall, Jr. Health Care
Jed Roebuck Health Care
Kirby Waddell Yost Business/Corporate
   



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