Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel attorney Jeffrey Maddux has become a shareholder of the firm.
Maddux has extensive experience representing creditors, businesses, and individuals in the banking and finance industry. He also represents and advises clients on commercial litigation matters, secured transactions, business bankruptcies, consumer bankruptcies, creditors’ rights, and real estate disputes. He’s successfully defended clients in state and federal courts in various jurisdictions, including Tennessee, Georgia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Alabama, Florida, and California. He’s also represented educational institutions regarding issues such as FERPA, student and parental rights, and Title IX issues.
“Jeffrey is a real asset to our clients and our firm,” said Mike St. Charles, managing shareholder at Chambliss. “He’s achieved excellent results for our clients, and his civic and community involvement has been outstanding. We’re fortunate to have him as a shareholder in the firm.”
Maddux is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association’s class of 2016 Leadership Law program, currently serves as past president of the Chattanooga Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, and is the recent recipient of the 2016 Young Lawyers Division Volunteer of the Year award. Maddux is a 2015 graduate of Leadership Chattanooga and is regularly involved with the United Way, Cherokee Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, and Boyd-Buchanan School.
For more information about Maddux’s experience and services, please visit chamblisslaw.com.
Source: Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel