The Firm through senior shareholder Richard Glassman and associate Donald Babineaux are proud to have been allowed to represent Greater Middle Baptist Church in Memphis when it was sued by its former pastor in Chancery Court for wrongful discharge and other allegations of wrongdoing. Greater Middle Baptist Church has a history so important to Memphis and people of color. Benjamin Hooks led the church for many many years as an icon of civil rights in not only Memphis but the United States.
The Firm’s attorneys were successful in having the lawsuit dismissed on a motion, with the court finding that the church and its representatives were absolutely innocent of any wrongdoing as alleged. This case exemplifies the continuing dedication to Justice that Judge Hooks would have been proud of —to stand up for your rights through the justice system.
About Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle, & Cox
Glassman, Wyatt, Tuttle & Cox is a boutique law firm engaging in civil trial litigation in courts primarily around the Mid-South, including in Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky and Alabama. The firm is renowned for its ability to handle the most difficult legal situations with targeted and steadfast intensity. With more than 40 years’ experience in trying lawsuits and protecting clients, the firm strives to act as a reliable and trustworthy advocate, protecting clients from legal harm or obtaining that to which they are legally entitled as necessary. For more information visit: http://gwtclaw.com/.