Bordis & Danos, PLLC

PROFILES

G. Charles “Chuck” Bordis, IV

PARTNER

BIO
Over the past three decades, Charles “Chuck” Bordis has had the opportunity to represent clients in all areas of Chancery Court, including but not limited to divorce, custody, child support, alimony, equitable distribution of assets, conservatorships, guardianships, emancipations, injunctive relief, partition suits, easements, property line disputes, judicial foreclosures, estates, will contests, muniment of title, school board appeals, and bond validation.  Chuck also has vast experience in real estate transactions, personal injury actions, and insurance disputes.  He has practiced in Court, throughout the state, and handled numerous appeals to the Mississippi Court of Appeals and the Mississippi Supreme Court. 

In addition to maintaining a private practice, beginning in 1992, Chuck served as Chancery  Court Master in Jackson County, Mississippi, hearing cases and making recommendations to Chancellors.  In 1999, he was appointed as Family Master in the Sixteenth Judicial District of Jackson County, during which he presided over approximately 1000 cases each year involving paternity, child support, contempt, modification, divorce, custody, visitation, DHS matters, and any other matters referred by Chancellors.  Additionally, for 16 years, Chuck represented the Ocean Springs School District, as well as other school districts in south Mississippi.

tel: (228) 215-1367
fax: (228) 215-1358
email: cbordis@bordisdanos.com

On February 21, 2009, Governor Hayley Barbour, recognizing his skill and experience in Chancery  Court, appointed Chuck as Chancery  Court Judge in the Sixteenth Judicial District of Jackson County to fill the vacancy of Randy “Bubba” Pierce, who accepted an appointment to the Mississippi Supreme  Court.  Chuck was re-elected to this position in 2010.  After serving the duration of this term, he retired from the bench to re-enter private practice. 

Since stepping down from the bench, Chuck has enjoyed a thriving Chancery practice.  Additionally, given his prior judicial experience, he is frequently retained as a mediator or arbitrator to preside over contract disputes, divorces, and any other issues requiring alternative dispute resolution. 

Chuck currently resides in Ocean Springs, Mississippi with his wife.  He enjoys coaching youth sports, attending local sporting events, and spending time with his family.

 

EDUCATION
Nicholls State University,
Bachelors Degree of Arts Mississippi College School of Law,
Juris Doctorate
 

COMMUNITY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Jackson County Bar Association
Parishioner of St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church
Mississippi Bar Association
Knights of Columbus

 

PRACTICE AREAS
All aspects of Chancery Court
General Civil Litigation
Premise Liability
Automobile Negligence
Real Estate Matters

tel: (228) 215-1367
fax: (228) 215-1358
email:cbordis@bordisdanos.com

CHARLES "CHUCK" BORDIS

PARTNER

BIO
Over the past three decades, Charles “Chuck” Bordis has had the opportunity to represent clients in all areas of Chancery Court, including but not limited to divorce, custody, child support, alimony, equitable distribution of assets, conservatorships, guardianships, emancipations, injunctive relief, partition suits, easements, property line disputes, judicial foreclosures, estates, will contests, muniment of title, school board appeals, and bond validation.  Chuck also has vast experience in real estate transactions, personal injury actions, and insurance disputes.  He has practiced in Courts throughout the state, and handled numerous appeals to the Mississippi Court of Appeals and the Mississippi Supreme Court.

In addition to maintaining a private practice, beginning in 1992, Chuck served as Chancery Court Master in Jackson County, Mississippi, hearing cases and making recommendations to Chancellors.  In 1999, he was appointed as Family Master in the Sixteenth Judicial District of Jackson County, during which he presided over approximately 1000 cases each year involving paternity, child support, contempt, modification, divorce, custody, visitation, DHS matters, and any other matters referred by Chancellors.  Additionally, for 16 years, Chuck represented the Ocean Springs School District, as well as other school districts in south Mississippi.

On February 21, 2009, Governor Hayley Barbour, recognizing his skill and experience in Chancery  Court, appointed Chuck as Chancery Court Judge in the Sixteenth Judicial District of Jackson County to fill the vacancy of Randy “Bubba” Pierce, who accepted an appointment to the Mississippi Supreme  Court.  Chuck was re-elected to this position in 2010.  After serving the duration of this term, he retired from the bench to re-enter private practice. 

Since stepping down from the bench, Chuck has enjoyed a thriving Chancery practice.  Additionally, given his prior judicial experience, he is frequently retained as a mediator or arbitrator to preside over contract disputes, divorces, and any other issues requiring alternative dispute resolution. 

Chuck currently resides in Ocean Springs, Mississippi with his wife.  He enjoys coaching youth sports, attending local sporting events, and spending time with his family.

 

EDUCATION
Nicholls State University,
Bachelors Degree of Arts Mississippi College School of Law,
Juris Doctorate
 

COMMUNITY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Jackson County Bar Association
Parishioner of St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church
Mississippi Bar Association
Knights of Columbus

 

PRACTICE AREAS
All aspects of Chancery Court
General Civil Litigation
Premise Liability
Automobile Negligence
Real Estate Matters

tel: (228) 215-1367
fax: (228) 215-1358
email: jdanos@bordisdanos.com

JOSH DANOS

PARTNER

BIO
Josh Danos has over fourteen years of litigation experience representing municipalities, large corporations, insurance companies, health care providers, and individuals.  He is licensed in the State and Federal Courts of Mississippi, and is also a member of the Texas and West Virginia (inactive) Bar Associations.

Over the last 14 years, Josh has tried dozens of cases before judges and juries in Courts across the Mississippi Gulf Coast.  Many such trials involved allegations of medical malpractice, premise liability, municipal liability, automobile negligence, products liability, and toxic torts.  In addition to his litigation background, Josh has experience in real estate transactions, construction disputes, and criminal defense.  He has also navigated numerous mediations and/or arbitrations, obtaining very favorable results for his clients.

After an extensive review by his peers, Josh received the rating of BV Distinguished from Martindale-Hubbell, which denotes an extremely high level of legal knowledge, analytical capabilities, judgment, communication ability, legal experience, and ethical standards.  Additionally, he has been awarded the distinction of Mid-South Rising Star by “Super Lawyers Magazine” in 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017.

Josh currently resides in Ocean Springs, Mississippi with his wife and three children. He enjoys fishing, golfing, and spending time with his family.

 

EDUCATION
University of South Alabama, Bachelors Degree of Arts and Science (cum laude)
University of Colorado, Juris Doctorate

 

COMMUNITY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Jackson County Bar Association (former President)
Parishioner of St. Alphonsus Catholic Church
Mississippi Bar AssociationTexas Bar Association
West Virginia Bar Association (Inactive)
Member of Revelers Carnival Association
Member of Gulf Coast Carnival Association

 

PRACTICE AREAS
General Civil Litigation
Criminal Defense
Municipal Representation
Premise Liability
Automobile Negligence
Medical Malpractice

 

HONORS AND AWARDS
Martindale-Hubbell, BV Distinguished
Mid-South Rising Star, “Super Lawyers Magazine” (2014 and 2015)
Mid-South Rising Star, “Super Lawyers Magazine” (2016 and 2017)

 

RECENT REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS
Hubbard v. Delta Sanitation of Mississippi, 64 So.3d 547 (Miss.Ct.App. 2011)
King v. Singing River Health System, 158 So.3d 318 (Miss.Ct.App. 2014)
McCreary v. City of Gautier, 89 So.3d 703 (Miss.Ct.App. 2012)
Cates v. Woods, Family and Preventative Dentistry, 169 So.3d 902 (Miss.Ct.App. 2014)
Saucier v. Hawkins, D.D.S., 113 So.3d 1277 (Miss.App.Ct. 2013)
Manning v. Gruich, Gruich Pharmacy Shoppe, et al, 46 So.3d 392 (Miss.Ct.App. 2010)