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Twelve Chambliss Attorneys Named to Mid-South Super Lawyers 2015

11.09.2015

Twelve attorneys from Chattanooga-based law firm Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. are included on the 2015 Mid-South Super Lawyers and the 2015 Mid-South Rising Stars lists.

Chambliss attorneys included on the 2015 Mid-South Super Lawyers list have received particularly high professional achievement and peer recognition. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor.

The 2015 Mid-South Super Lawyers include:

Attorney Name 

Practice Area

T. Maxfield Bahner 

Business Litigation

Bruce C. Bailey 

Business Bankruptcy

Richard W. Bethea 

Business Litigation

Timothy M. Gibbons

Construction Litigation

Rosemarie L. Hill

Employee Litigation Defense

Anthony A. Jackson

Media/Advertising

Hugh J. Moore, Jr.

Civil Litigation Defense

Harold L. North, Jr.

Consumer Bankruptcy

Dana B. Perry 

Estate Planning & Probate

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 attorneys in the Rising Stars category are among the two and one-half percent of attorneys in the state that are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor.

The 2015 Mid-South Rising Stars include:

Attorney Name

Practice Area

Justin L. Furrow

Employment & Labor

John H. Lawrence

Business Litigation

Jeffrey W. Maddux

Creditor Debtor Rights

The 2015 Mid-South Rising Stars honor is awarded in 49 states to up-and-coming attorneys. To qualify for this honor, attorneys must go through the same multifaceted selection process as the Super Lawyers, with the understanding that they are not over 40 years of age and have practiced law for no more than 10 years. 

*Press release updated on 11.11.2015.

Read the Hamilton County Herald article.

Read the Chattanoogan article.