timberland boots for women Attorney Bill Killian Joins Chambliss Law
Attorney William “Bill” C. Killian has joined the firm. Mr. Killian will concentrate his practice in assisting clients with regulatory investigations, white collar criminal defense, and governmental law.
Mr. Killian has been trying cases for more than 40 years and has experience in representing, advising, and defending clients in governmental and administrative matters and white collar criminal defense cases. He had been lead counsel in high stakes fraud mediations and negotiations, national security investigations, and multi million dollar corporate settlements. Attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee (2010 2015), he brings a wealth of knowledge to Chambliss and will proactively work with clients to effectively address their legal needs, said officials. Through his many trials, Mr. Killian has experience with federal, state, and local courts, including various state supreme courts. Department of Health and Human Services, FBI, and National Nuclear Security Administration.
“I have known many attorneys at Chambliss for as long as I have been practicing law,” said Mr. Killian. “Chambliss is known for its highly qualified lawyers and quality representation of its clients. I’m looking forward to being a part of this team and helping expand the firm’s capabilities in governmental compliance and investigations and white collar criminal defense.”
Mr. Killian will assist Chambliss’ clients in the health care, financial services, government utilities, manufacturing, and public service industries. When discussing client relationships, Mr. Killian notes that his priority is giving clients 100 percent effort in legal and ethical representation and educating clients on the proactive, efficient, and effective use of legal services.
Mr. Killian came to Chambliss from Polsinelli’s national government investigations and compliance civil and criminal practice. Attorney, he served on several Attorney General Advisory Committees: Civil Rights Subcommittee,
Health Care Fraud Working Group, and National Security Subcommittee. He is currently serving and has served as a Hearing Officer for the Board of Professional Responsibility, was certified as a Civil and Criminal Trial Lawyer by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, and was an approved mediator for the Tennessee Supreme Court. Mr. Killian is a Mid South Super Lawyer (2006 2010, 2016 2017). Army and Tennessee National Guard.
“Bill is a great addition to the firm,” said Max Bahner, senior counsel at Chambliss. “His broad range of experience, especially as a former U. S. East Hamilton High School: 2015 Ooltewah Ringgold Road Reality Check teaches ninth graders budgeting and emphasizes the connection between education and income by allowing students to roleplay as head of household providing for a family . (click for more)
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