Chambliss Law Listed in 2022 Chambers USA Tennessee Rankings

Thursday, June 9, 2022
Stephen Adams
Stephen Adams
Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. has been recognized as a leading Tennessee firm for Intellectual Property in the 2022 Chambers USA Guide: America's Leading Lawyers for Business report. In addition, Chambliss attorneys Stephen Adams and Jeffrey Maddux, shareholders in intellectual property and bankruptcy, received special recognition in this year's rankings: 
 
Stephen Adams, Up and Coming for Intellectual Property
Jeffrey Maddux, Band 2 for Bankruptcy and Restructuring
 
Officials said, "As Chambliss' intellectual property chair, clients routinely look to Mr.
Adams for counsel on various intellectual property matters, including patent, trademark and copyright preparation, prosecution, maintenance, defense and enforcement, as well as licensing and trade secrets. As a registered patent attorney, he counsels clients throughout the country and abroad. 
 
"Mr. Adams' diverse clientele ranges from entrepreneurs, inventors and startups to small and large corporations, governmental entities and universities. He also advises clients across a wide variety of industries, many of them leaders in their fields, including health care, strength and conditioning, entertainment, manufacturing and renewable energy. He frequently advises these and other clients on trademark and branding issues and with identifying and protecting inventions as means for establishing, growing and protecting their respective businesses. 
 
"Mr. Maddux is a shareholder that has built his practice advising businesses and clients primarily in the financial services industry, including bankruptcy, insolvency issues, loan workouts, restructurings and commercial loan transactions. With over a decade of experience, Mr. Maddux has an intimate knowledge of the Uniform Commercial Code and the Bankruptcy Code and works with creditors and debtors on a wide variety of cases. He often works on Chapter 11 filings for business reorganization and represents his creditor clients when their customers, vendors or borrowers file for bankruptcy. He also has experience with commercial litigation and working with lenders on loan transactions.  
 
"Mr. Maddux has years of experience advising creditors and debtors nationwide in loan workouts and bankruptcy-related matters. He has developed a reputation in the Southeast region as a respected and knowledgeable advocate for his clients." 
 
Chambers and Partners rankings are based on independent research into the top law firms worldwide by over 200 researcher analysts who conduct thousands of interviews. The legal directory ranks law firms and individual lawyers in bands. According to Chambers, being ranked in any band is a significant achievement. 
 
To determine the ranking, qualities assessed include technical legal ability, client service, depth of the team, commercial vision and business understanding, diligence and value for money — ensuring strong support at all levels. Individual lawyers are ranked by practice area based on their legal knowledge and experience, ability, effectiveness and client service. Law firm rankings are listed by department, not the firm as a whole. Chambers judges according to feedback from client and attorney interviews and by assessing recent work.
Jeffrey Maddux
Jeffrey Maddux

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