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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 »

Six Firm Attorneys Recognized in Best Attorneys in America

Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox, P.C. is pleased to announce that six of the firm’s attorneys have been recognized in the 29th Edition of the Best Lawyers in America®. The attorneys are: Richard Glassman (Legal Malpractice)Carl Wyatt (Commercial Litigation and Insurance Law)Dale Tuttle (Insurance Law)Robert Cox (Insurance Law & Commercial Litigation)Jim Horner (Insurance Law)Ed Wallis (Construction… Read More »

Five Attorneys Selected as Super Lawyer for 2022

Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox, P.C. recently announced that five of its attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2022 Mid-South Super Lawyers Listing.  Five of the firm’s shareholders were selected as members of the Super Lawyers List, which is limited to no more than five percent of all licensed attorneys in the Mid-South.… Read More »

Premises Liability in Tennessee for Criminal Acts

As Tennessee trial attorneys we are regularly asked to review cases that may involve serious injury or death to persons on premises – such as shopping centers, apartment complexes, gas stations, shopping malls and more. The law is quite complex on this issue, so please contact us today to discuss how our firm can best… Read More »

Tennessee ADA Restaurant Lawsuit – What Should a Restaurant Be Aware Of

A restaurant must be accessible to disabled persons in many different ways pursuant to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  Not knowing the details of this law and the hundreds of regulations enacted under the law could have a significant adverse affect on your business. Companies that have workers and that deal with public accommodations will… Read More »

Tennessee ADA Defense Lawyers Look At Passenger Loading Zones

The American Disability Act (ADA) makes it illegal to discriminate against people living with disabilities in areas like employment, transportation, public accommodation, among others. It provides for equal access to public spaces. If you run a hotel or a similar establishment in Tennessee, complying with ADA regulations in your loading zones is important.  The ADA… Read More »


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