Melissa Maravich has a diverse litigation practice and has appeared before state, federal and appellate courts in numerous jurisdictions.  Her practice primarily focuses on commercial & business litigation, insurance defense and coverage, catastrophic claims and transportation cases.

Ms. Maravich is currently the managing member for the firm’s largest insurance company client and handles general commercial liability, catastrophic claims, complex commercial litigation and coverage issues on behalf of insurance companies and corporations.  Ms. Maravich also represents corporations and municipalities in employment, property/zoning matters, and large commercial lease disputes.  She has experience in mass tort, class action and multidistrict litigation matters.  Ms. Maravich participates in various national transportation and insurance defense practice groups and defends corporations in wrongful death and property damage cases.

Ms. Maravich has been a Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31 Mediator since 2002 and served as a voluntary mediator for Shelby County Criminal Court Pretrial Services for several years.  Ms. Maravich regularly speaks at seminars regarding trial practice and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.  She is a Memphis Bar Foundation Fellow and has served on the Board of Directors for Girls, Inc. of Memphis, the YMCA of Memphis and the Mid-South, and the Community Legal Center.  Ms. Maravich served as Chair of the Fee Dispute Committee of the Memphis Bar Association for several years.