Victor B. Maddox

Victor B. Maddox

Assistant Deputy Attorney General, Commonwealth of Kentucky

Victor "Vic" Maddox heads the Civil Branch in the Office of the Attorney General.  Maddox co-founded the Louisville firm known today as Fultz Maddox Dickens, PLC, where he represented clients in constitutional, administrative, business, and personal injury matters.  Maddox is an expert in litigation matters and has represented elected officials and Kentucky citizens in his nearly four decades of legal experience, including vast experience at both the trial and appellate level.  He was previously a partner with the predecessor firm to Frost Brown Todd, LLC, where he served in the firm's litigation practice and was involved in cases regarding securities fraud, product liability, trade secrets, and engineering liability.  During his early career, Maddox worked in Washington, D.C., as a trial attorney with the Civil Division of the United States Department of Justice.  He later served as Counsel on the Senate Judiciary Committee for Senator Mitch McConnell, where he oversaw judicial and Justice Department nominations.  Maddox was also appointed to the board of the Legal Services Corporation, a federally-chartered non-profit that provides funding for legal aid in civil cases to low-income Americans by President Obama on the recommendation of Senator McConnell. In that capacity, Maddox served as chairman of the Audit Committee and co-chaired the organization's Opioid Task Force.  Maddox is a graduate of Ohio University and the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.