Jeffrey Maddux has built a national practice advising businesses and clients in the financial services industry on commercial litigation, insolvency issues, loan workouts, and liability claims. With an intimate knowledge of the Uniform Commercial Code, the Bankruptcy Code, and a track record of successful client defense, Jeffrey advises corporate clients and financial institutions on federal and state laws related to regulatory compliance, business reorganizations and liquidations, receiverships, and consumer bankruptcies. His extensive experience includes successfully negotiating financing arrangements, 363 asset sales, use of cash collateral, and defending preference and fraudulent transfer claims. He has also assisted various debtors in successfully reorganizing their businesses through Chapter 11. In addition, Jeffrey advises clients in securities litigation, lender liability actions, shareholder disputes, and internal investigations related to embezzlement.
Jeffrey has litigated in state and federal courts across the country and has successfully represented and assisted clients in various jurisdictions, including throughout Tennessee and Georgia. The perspective and experience Jeffrey has gained from his broad practice has greatly benefited a wide variety of clients, including educational institutions, municipalities, and corporations. He serves as general counsel and advises a number of high schools and colleges in the Southeast. He also has extensive experience advising and representing municipal entities, including the local airport authority, in all aspects of their business. Leading companies in health care, including billing companies and nursing homes, have also turned to Jeffrey for solving complicated disputes. Known for his competitive nature, he is constantly finding ways to help clients be more successful, whether it's minimizing risk or vigorously defending them against fraudulent claims.