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Mr. Panter has been a member of the Mississippi Bar since 1985. He has a wide range of experience, with a focus on business and employment disputes.
Lawsuits can be time-consuming and costly. For this reason, Mr. Panter works hard to resolve his clients’ disputes out of court, saving them valuable time and money. He will not hesitate, however, to file a lawsuit when necessary to protect their interests.
Business clients of Mr. Panter have included healthcare providers, oil and gas companies, cosmetic and pharmaceutical manufacturers, investors, local business owners, and construction contractors.
Mr. Panter has also represented numerous employees in claims for wrongful termination, discrimination (including religious discrimination), sexual harassment, and wage and hour violations.
In the field of civil rights, he has represented people who have been the victim of wrongful arrest, excessive use of force, denial of medical care, and First Amendment violations.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers||2018|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers||2017|
|Eastland Scholarship||University of Mississippi Law School||1982|
|Partner||Panter Law Firm||2002 - Present|
|Partner||Copeland Cook||2001 - 2002|
|Associate and Partne||Kirkland & Barfield||1990 - 2001|
|Associate||Satterfield & Allred||1985 - 1990|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Mississippi Bar||Member||1985 - Present|
|Fifth Circuit Bar Association||Member||1985 - Present|
|Mississippi Bar, Ethics Committee||Former Member||N/A|
|Swedish Amercian Chamber of Commerce||Former Member||N/A|
|University of Mississippi School of Law||J.D. Cum Laude||1985|
|University of Southern Mississippi||BS - Bachelor of Science||1982|
|Continuing Legal Education Seminars||Ethics and Professionalism||2001|
|Avakian v. Citibank||Won and had the deed of trust declared void|
|Watson v. State of Mississippi||We obtained a ruling that the employee was wrongfully fired and that he must be reinstated to his job.|
|Johnson v. City of Belzoni, et al.||Won a $150,000 judgment|
|A-1 Lock and Safe v. Union Planters Bank||Obtained jury verdict of $147,000|
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