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Memphis Business Journal Recognizes Three GWTC Employees

The Memphis Business recognized three Glassman Wyatt Tuttle & Cox PC employees as part of Women’s History Month. The Firm is proud to employ these and other dedicated employees who work with our team of attorneys to protect the Firm’s clients. Susan Stephenson is one of the Firm’s longest tenured team members, having joined the… Read More »

Richard Glassman Presents at Memphis Bar Association CLE

Senior Shareholder Richard Glassman was invited to speak at a Memphis Bar Association Trial Skills presentation. Along with attorneys Gary Smith and Robert Spence, Mr. Glassman shared thoughts with young and old lawyers alike and provided an entertaining presentation about trying lawsuits and ethics. A photo of the three gentlemen at the presentation is: Richard… Read More »

GWTC To Sponsor CLE Event with Memphis Grizzlies

Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox PC is proud to be sponsoring a Continuing Legal Education Event with the Memphis Grizzlies on March 7, 2023 at the New Terrace Edge in the FedEx Forum. The event will begin at 4:00PM, end at 6:00PM and include presentations on how sports and law intersect. Presenters are Jason Wexler… Read More »

Firm Partner Lauran Stimac to Lead Memphis Bar Association

Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox PC partner Lauran Stimac has been elected Secretary/Treasurer of the Memphis Bar Association – making her in line to assume responsibility as president of the Memphis Bar Association after her terms as Secretary/Treasurer and Vice President. Stimac volunteers and is significantly active in the Memphis and state legal communities, and… Read More »

Firm Attorneys Attend TLAW Conference

Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox, P.C. attorneys Lauran Stimac and Holly Worley attended the Tennessee Lawyers’ Association for Women’s 2022 Empowerment Conference in Nashville, TN on September 15 and 16, 2022, where they learned about “Stepping into the Spotlight” from Memphis-based designer Carmeon Hamilton, enhanced their technology skills with a presentation by Adriana Linares of… Read More »

Partner Lewis Lyons is Rule 31 Listed Mediator

Lewis Lyons was recently listed as an approved mediator by the Tennessee Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission. The Commission administers the procedure for training and approving mediators for use by the courts pursuant to Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 31, which established court-based alternative dispute resolution on a state-wide basis. Mr. Lyons has appeared as an advocate… Read More »


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