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Cameron Kapperman


Cameron Kapperman assists clients with a wide range of litigation matters, including commercial litigation, construction litigation, eminent domain, and fiduciary-related litigation.

Professional Biography

Cameron Kapperman is an associate in Baker Donelson's Chattanooga office and a member of the Commercial Litigation Group.

As a member of a courtroom trial team with a nationwide footprint, Cameron has significant experience litigating high stakes cases in a variety of subject matters, including commercial litigation, construction litigation, eminent domain, and fiduciary-related litigation. From the initial filing of a lawsuit, through discovery, motion practice, and the conclusion of trial, Cameron is dedicated to providing the highest level of client service while demonstrating skillful and zealous advocacy. Cameron also recognizes the role of an attorney as a risk manager, as he actively works with his clients to solve problems before they arise.

Prior to joining the Commercial Litigation Group, Cameron maintained a trust and estate practice and has extensive experience related to trust and estate planning, trust and estate administration, and fiduciary-related litigation.

  • Represented a beneficiary of a testator's Last Will in a declaratory judgment action to resolve certain drafting ambiguities through the application of Tennessee's rules of construction.

  • Represented a beneficiary and the proponent of a testator's Last Will in a will contest where the issue of standing was appealed to the Tennessee Supreme Court resulting in substantial clarification of relevant Tennessee law.

  • Represented a trustee against a major Tennessee state agency in a declaratory judgment action related to issues of sovereign immunity and waiver of rights.

  • Listed in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America™ for Commercial Litigation (2022 – 2024)
  • Member – Tennessee Bar Association
  • Member – Chattanooga Bar Association
  • Member – State Bar of Georgia
  • Member – Estate Planning Council of Chattanooga
  • Case Note: "In re Estate of Tucker," No. E2014-021120COA-R3-CV, 2015 WL 7068134, 2015 Tennessee App. Lexis 901 (Tennessee Court of Appeals, Nov. 12, 2015), Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law (Spring 2016)



  • University of Tennessee College of Law, J.D., 2016, magna cum laude
  • Berry College, B.A., 2013, magna cum laude


  • Tennessee, 2016
  • Georgia, 2018

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