November 7. 2019
McGlinchey Stafford PLLC is pleased to announce the inclusion of six attorneys in the firm’s Birmingham, Jackson, and Nashville offices in the 2019 edition of Mid-South Super Lawyers. These attorneys were recognized across nine practice areas spanning various business, corporate, and litigation arenas.
Attorneys from the Birmingham office ranked in the 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyers list were recognized in the following areas:
- Michael B. Odom, Of Counsel – Banking, Construction Litigation, Eminent Domain, Land Use/Zoning, Real Estate
- T. Dylan Reeves*, Associate - Business Litigation
Attorneys from the Jackson office ranked in the 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyers list were recognized in the following areas:
- G. Dewey Hembree, III, Member - Business Litigation, Civil Litigation, Real Estate
- Stephen T. Masley*, Member – Bankruptcy, Civil Litigation
- H. Hunter Twiford, III, Member - Business Litigation, Class Action/Mass Torts
Dewey Hembree was also named to the "2019 Mississippi Top 50" by Super Lawyers.
Attorneys from the Nashville office ranked in the 2019 Mid-South Super Lawyers list were recognized in the following areas:
- Shaun K. Ramey, Member - Business Litigation
* Indicates attorney selected to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” list for 2019.
Attorneys in the firm’s Birmingham, Jackson, and Nashville offices have extensive experience in banking, commercial litigation, consumer financial services litigation, class action litigation, bankruptcy, corporate matters, real estate, and tax law.
Since 2004, more than 70 McGlinchey Stafford attorneys have received the distinction of being included in Super Lawyers and the publication’s “Rising Stars” lists across the United States. Super Lawyers has listed outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement since the publication’s founding in 1991. To be included in a state publication, lawyers are subject to nomination, a peer-review survey by practice area, and independent research on candidates. The top five percent of attorneys in each state, as nominated by their peers, are then reviewed by an independent research team that focuses on professional accomplishments, peer recognition, and community involvement. The “Rising Star” designation recognizes the top 2.5% of lawyers in a given state who are 40 years old or younger, or have been in practice 10 years or less.