About this office:
Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. is a 129-year-old law firm that serves as counsel for local, regional, and national businesses, financial institutions, local governments and nonprofit organizations. The firm's practices include business, litigation, intellectual property, labor and employment, health care, automotive, commercial finance, consumer financial services, construction, real estate, taxation, estate preservation and elder law.
Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
|Advertising, Promotion, and Entertainment Law||Arbitration and Mediation|
|Automotive||Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights|
|Bankruptcy, Restructuring, and Workouts||Business|
|Capital Equipment and Materials||Chambliss Startup Group|
|Commercial Lending and Financial Transactions||Commercial Litigation|
|Compliance Counseling and Training||Construction|
|Copyrights, Trademarks, Trade Names and Trade Secrets||Corporate Governance and Business Organizations and Planning|
|Education||Elder Care Litigation and Long-Term Care Defense|
|Elder Law and Special Needs||Energy and Telecommunication Utilities|
|Family Business Planning||Family Law|
|Finance||Food and Beverage|
|Health Care||Health Care Industry|
|Individual, Corporate and Foundation Tax Planning and Preparation||Individuals, Families, Estates, and Trusts|
|Insurance Coverage and Claims||Insurance Defense|
|Intellectual Property||Labor and Employment|
|License and Manufacturing Agreements||Litigation and Administrative Actions|
|Litigation and Risk Management||Manufacturing|
|Media||Media and Intellectual Property Litigation|
|Medical Malpractice||Mergers and Acquisitions|
|Municipal Litigation and Representation||Municipal and Government|
|Nonprofit Organizations||Nonprofit, Educational, and Tax Exempt Entities|
|Private Equity and Securities||Probate, and Estate and Trust Administration|
|Product and Professional Liability Defense||Real Estate|
|Software, Website and Domain Names||Startup and Emerging Companies|
|Trade Regulation and Product Distribution||Transportation and Logistics|
|White Collar Criminal Defense||Workplace Safety|
Statement of Practice Summary:
General Practice; Trial Practice; Federal Practice; US Patent and Trademark Office; Corporate Law; Taxation; Pension Plans; Bankruptcy; Commercial Law; Banking Law; Antitrust and Trade Regulation; Securities; Real Estate; Environmental Law; Estate Planning; Trusts; Probate; Profit Sharing; Administrative Law; Municipal Bonds; Hospital Law; Food Law; Products Liability; Professional Liability; Insurance; Labor and Employment; Trademarks; Copyrights; Business Law; Business Start-Ups; Advertising Law; Promotion Law; Arbitration; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Mediation; Entertainment Law; Capital Equipment and Materials; Corporate Governance; Business Organization; Business Planning; Mergers and Acquisitions; Construction Law; Construction Litigation; Elder Law; Probate Administration; Special Needs; Estate Administration; Trusts and Estates; Estate Planning for Parents of Handicapped Children; Estate Planning for the Elderly; Family Trusts; Powers of Attorney; Living Trusts; Retirement Planning; Special Needs Trusts; Trust Administration; Wealth Planning; Family Business Planning; Finance; Commercial Finance; Private Equity; Health Care; Insurance Defense; Insurance Coverage Defense; Software, Website and Doman Names; Employment Litigation; Workplace Safety; Compliance Counseling and Training; Litigation and Administrative Actions; Class Actions; Medical Malpractice Defense; Municipal Law; Municipal Defense; Products Liability Defense; Professional Liability Defense; White Collar Criminal Defense; Environmental Compliance; Environmental Litigation; Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations; Tax Exempt Organizations; Workers Compensation; Elder Care Litigation; Long-Term Care Defense.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
How Likely Are You to Need Long-Term Care?
Leah Mitchell McElmoyl, March 21, 2016
Planning for retirement and deciding whether to buy long-term care insurance would be a lot easier if you knew your odds of needing long-term care, as well as at what age and for how long. Unfortunately, there's no definite answer. On the other hand, some statistics do provide a bit of guidance.
Your Right to Refills If Medicare Drops Coverage of Your Drugs
Leah Mitchell McElmoyl, March 15, 2016
Medicare prescription drug plans can change which drugs they cover, leaving you without coverage for a drug you need. Or you may switch plans into a plan that doesn't cover your medication. In these circumstances, Medicare drug plans are required to offer you a 30-day transition supply of the drug...
Year Established: 1886
Law Firm Affiliations: MERITAS