About this office:
Quattlebaum, Grooms, Tull & Burrow PLLC, a regional law firm with offices in Little Rock and Springdale, Arkansas, provides a full range of legal services to individuals and business organizations of all forms and sizes, including sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies, and corporations. Our clients include Fortune 500 companies, regional businesses, small entities, governmental bodies, and individuals. Our practice encompasses a wide variety of transactions, litigation, regulatory advice, and estate planning. Since its founding in July 2000, the firm has grown from its original five (5) lawyers to its current complement of thirty-one (31) lawyers and 9 paralegals, making it one of the larger firms in the state. Experienced, highly-talented lawyers have joined the firm from other firms in the area and from governmental agencies. The firm has also hired a number of top ranking graduates and judicial law clerks. We believe the rapid growth of the firm is a reflection of the ever-expanding list of well-satisfied clients. We recognize that our continued growth and success depends on exceeding the expectations of our clients by providing exceptional service and achieving extraordinary results. Our goal is to provide superior representation to our clients, regardless whether they are large corporations, small businesses, or individuals and whether they are plaintiffs or defendants. This goal is shared by every lawyer in our firm - from the most junior associates to the most senior partners. This mission includes our commitment to providing service to our clients in an efficient, responsible and professional manner. Our dedication to providing superior representation has led to long-term client relationships founded on mutual trust and respect. Our philosophy on handling litigation is simple: we use motion practice to frame the issues in the manner most advantageous to our client, and we prepare the case for trial. We are trial lawyers. We have found that the best results for our clients are achieved by approaching cases with the attitude that they will go to trial. Hence, we strive to develop the case fully, to retain the best experts, and to have absolute control over the documentary evidence. Further, we strive to use every technological advantage reasonably available to organize and present the evidence in a way that credibly and understandably conveys our themes and messages to the jury. This level of preparation provides the most favorable results for our clients at trial and, when appropriate, in settlement negotiations. We are fortunate to represent banks, entities and real estate developers in a myriad of transactional and regulatory matters. Conscious of the time and expense constraints attendant with every matter, we strive to provide timely and efficient advice to our clients who are engaged in business transactions. In this regard we strive to develop a complete knowledge of their business in order to offer comprehensive business counseling and transactional services. Our extensive experience before administrative agencies and regulators allows us to provide informed and tested guidance to clients involved in regulated activities and business endeavors. We are committed to providing our full attention to both complex transactions and those which are more routine in nature - understanding the importance of each to our clients.
Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Statement of Practice Summary:
Appellate Practice; Civil Appeals; Banking Law; Bank Directors and Officers Liability; Bank Collections; Bank Foreclosures; Bank Holding Company Law; Bank Holding Company Regulation; Bank Insolvency; Bank Mergers and Acquisitions; Banking Litigation; Banking Regulation; Commercial Banking; Commercial Credit; Commercial Loans; Consumer Banking; Consumer Loans; Credit Card Law; Credit Law; Credit Union Law; Currency Law; Lender Law; Loan Restructuring; Loan Syndication; Loan Workouts; Loans; Savings and Loan Law; Bankruptcy; Bankruptcy Collections; Bankruptcy Litigation; Bankruptcy Reorganization; Bankruptcy Taxation; Commercial Bankruptcy; Commercial Foreclosure; Commercial Insolvency; Commercial Workouts; Creditor Bankruptcy; Debt Relief; Debtor Bankruptcy; Foreclosures; Fraudulent Conveyance; Insolvency; Liquidations; Personal Bankruptcy; Pre-Bankruptcy Workouts; Repossessions; Workouts; Business Law; Business Development; Business Dissolutions; Business Formation; Business Fraud; Business Litigation; Business Organization; Business Planning; Business Regulation; Business Reorganization; Business Start-Ups; Business Transactions; Buy-Sell Agreements; Buying and Selling of Businesses; Joint Ventures; Limited Liability Company Law; Privatization; Small Business Law; Sole Proprietorships; Class Actions; Complex Business Litigation; Complex Commercial Litigation; Complex Litigation; Commercial Law; Commercial Transactions; E-Discovery; Document Management; Labor and Employment; Affirmative Action; Age Discrimination in Employment; Americans With Disabilities Act; Caregiver Discrimination; Confidentiality Agreements; Covenants Not To Compete; Employment Civil Rights; Employment Claims; Employment Class Actions; Employment Contracts; Employment Law; Employment Litigation; Harassment; Labor Law; National Origin Discrimination; Noncompete Litigation; Pregnancy Discrimination; Sexual Harassment; Title VII Discrimination; Unfair Labor Practices; Wage and Hour Law; Wage and Hour Class Actions; Whistleblower Litigation; Wrongful Termination; Wrongful Termination Defense; Environmental Law; Clean Air Act; Clean Water Act; Environmental Class Actions; Environmental Cleanup; Environmental Compliance; Environmental Litigation; Environmental Regulation; National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); Water Pollution; Water Quality; Government; Insurance Coverage; Insurance Coverage Defense; Intellectual Property; Piracy; Merchandising; Proprietary Rights; Protection of Personality; Trademarks; Trade Names; Trademark Litigation; Copyrights; Zoning, Planning and Land Use; Land Use; Land Use Litigation; Land Use Permitting; Land Use Regulation; Rezoning; Water Districts; Zoning Variances; Legislative Practice; Mass Media Law; Media and First Amendment; Libel, Slander and Defamation; Products Liability; Product Defects; Product Failure; Product Recall; Product Safety; Commercial Real Estate; Residential Real Estate; Real Estate; Secured Transactions; Securities Law; Securities Regulation; Trusts and Estates; Wills; Tax Increment Finance; Torts; Mass Torts; Toxic Torts.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Provisions Added to Perfect Interest in Personal Property
Daniel D. Boland,Timothy W. Grooms, October 4, 2013, previously published by Arkansas State Bank Department; The Banker's Advocate,
Volume 10, September 30,2013 on Fall 2013
Timothy W. Grooms is a Managing Member of Quattlebaum, Grooms, Tull & Burrow PLLC and his practice focuses on Real Estate, Banking, and Commercial Transactions. Daniel D. Boland is Of Counsel with Quattlebaum, Grooms, Tull & Burrow PLLC and his practice focuses on Banking and Real Estate.
Year Established: 2000
Acxiom Corporation; America's Car-Mart; Arkansas Bankers Bank; Arkansas Community Bankers; Arkansas Homebuilders Association; Arkansas Press Association; Arkansas Realtors Association; AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals; A T & T Mobility, LLC; BancorpSouth Bank; Baptist Health; Baptist MedCare, Inc.; BASF Corporation; Bombardier Recreational Products; Building & Utility Contractors, Inc.; Centennial Bank; Centerpoint Energy; Chemtura Corporation; CNA Insurance Company; Columbian National Title Insurance Co.; Dillard's, Inc.; Eagle Bank & Trust Company; Entergy Corporation; The ESAB Group, Inc.; Fidelity National Title, Group; First Security Bank; Flake & Kelley Commercial; Heifer Project International; H & R Block, Inc.; IBERIABANK; Johnson & Johnson Medical, Inc.; KARK-TV, Inc.; Kohler Co.; Koppers Industries, Inc.; LA-Z-BOY Incorporated; Lincoln Electric Company; Luby's Restaurants LP; Mercedes-Benz of North America; Merchants and Farmers Bank; Morgan Stanley Smith Barney; Moses Tucker Real Estate, Inc.; Multi-Purpose Civic Center Facilities Board of Pulaski County (Verizon Arena); Nissan North America, Inc.; Osmose, Inc.; PDC Companies; Planters Bank & Trust Co.; Rainey Realty, Inc.; RE/MAX Advantage, Inc.; Regions Bank; Schering-Plough Corp.; Shell Oil Company; Shoney's Inc.; Simmons First National Bank; Stephens Inc.; Summit Bank; Tyson Foods, Inc.; Union Carbide Corporation; United General Title Insurance Co.; U.S. Bank National Association; Verizon Wireless.
All Attorneys are Members of the American, Arkansas and Pulaski County Bar Associations.