Faculty Profile: Timothy Gibbons

Timothy GibbonsChambliss, Bahner & Stophel P.C.
Previous Courses Taught (26)
  • Construction Law Forum 2023: A Compendium of P’s for Construction Claims
  • Construction Law Forum 2023: Preparing & Presenting the Construction Case for Hearing – Litigation
  • Construction Law Basics 2022: What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Licensing & PPA Issues in Residential Construction
  • Construction Law Forum 2023: Trying a Construction Dispute
  • Construction Law 2022: Liens Against Leaseholds and Public Property
  • Construction Law Basics - Knoxville
  • Construction Law Forum 2022
  • Construction Law 2020: The Arbitration Process-a Plenary Discussion of the Stages of Arbitration
  • Construction Law 2019: Owner Perspective
  • Construction Law Forum 2020
  • Court Square Chattanooga 2019
  • Construction Law Forum 2019
  • Drafting Complaints to Trigger Insurance Coverage in Construction
  • Construction Law: Lien and Bond Claims
  • Drafting Complaints to Trigger Insurance Coverage in Construction
  • Construction Law Forum 2018
  • Construction Law: Licensing for Commercial Contractors
  • Construction Law Forum 2017
  • Flipping Houses: Contracts Can Leak and Creak, Too
  • Construction Law: Conducting an Arbitration Hearing
  • Licensing Issues for Tennessee Contractors and Owners
  • Flipping Houses: Advising Clients on Trends and Pitfalls
  • Construction Law: Mechanics’ Liens and Prompt Pay Act
  • Construction Law Forum 2015:
  • Anatomy of a Construction Dispute from A to Z
  • Mediating and Arbitrating Construction Disputes

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. He has resolved numerous construction disputes in the courtroom and through arbitration and mediation, including disputes over differing site conditions, lost efficiency, change orders, defective design and construction claims, structure collapses and job site fatalities. Tim has also negotiated and drafted contracts for major construction projects, including contracts for sports stadiums, as well as billion dollar automobile assembly plants and chemical processing facilities. He has lectured extensively on a variety of construction law topics, ranging from payment remedies and alternative dispute resolution to construction contract provisions tailored for building information modeling and transmission of digital data. He has been appointed to the AAA Construction Panel of Arbitrators, and is a founding fellow in the Construction Lawyers Society of America.