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Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel

PHONE: (423) 756-3000
FAX: (423) 265-9574

Head of department/lead counsel for A/E Law: Tim Gibbons, Attorney
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Number of attorneys on staff: 59
Number of attorneys dedicated to A/E Work: 2

Building on his first career as a licensed architect, Tim Gibbons has focused on construction law and related topics in his law practice. He is a member of the firm’s Litigation and Business Sections and is Chair of the Construction Group. Tim has also negotiated and drafted contracts ranging from personal homes to major construction projects, including contracts for automobile assembly plants, chemical processing facilities and sports stadiums. A/E issues are present in many of the construction matters we handle, so those issues are part of our routine practice.

Over 20 years, John Jackson’s practice has focused on representing innovators and business producers involved or potentially involved in intellectual property and other commercial litigation in courts throughout the United States.

Firm Information

Professionalism, client service, innovation and skillful, vigorous advocacy anchor our practice. The scope of industries we serve is broad, and we represent clients ranging from startups to international corporations to multi-generation family enterprises. Fierce loyalty to our clients and to our calling has been the hallmark of our practice since our founding in 1886.

Our Mission Statement:  We practice our profession so that our clients value us for our services and advice; our peers outside the firm respect us for our ability and integrity; and our colleagues within the firm regard us with trust and appreciation.

Our Guiding Values: To recognize the value and contributions of each individual; to demonstrate concern for the well-being of employees and their families; and to treat everyone with respect. To act ethically, honestly and fairly. To act responsibly in our jobs and in our dealings with each other, our clients, and our community, and to accept responsibility for our actions. To use our resources, especially our time, effectively and efficiently, in order to profitably provide value to our clients.


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