Mississippi matters deeply to native son Philip Thomas. As an attorney, he... more
Mississippi matters deeply to native son Philip Thomas. As an attorney, he represents people injured by others.Philip is an accomplished trial lawyer with Big Law defense experience, which he gained during nine years as a shareholder at Baker, Donelson, Bearman and Caldwell. His clients there included major automotive makers and insurers. Based in Jackson, Philip now heads his own firm, whi... view profile
Reuben Anderson practices in the areas of commercial litigation and regulatory and... more
Reuben Anderson practices in the areas of commercial litigation and regulatory and governmental matters. In addition to his work at the firm, he has cultivated a professional resume of legal service. He is the first African-American Supreme Court Justice in Mississippi where he served from 1985 to 1991. Other key positions have included: Circuit Court Judge for the 7th Circuit Court District, 1... view profile
Gregg Mayer’s practice focuses on business litigation, tort claims, intellectual... more
Gregg Mayer’s practice focuses on business litigation, tort claims, intellectual property, First Amendment protection, and appeals. Listed by Mid-South Super Lawyers as a "Rising Star" in business litigation, Mr. Mayer has represented numerous companies in both state and federal court, including for vendor disputes, tort claims, contact breaches, and tax appeals. Mr. Mayer counsels individuals ... view profile
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