About the Attorneys

Malcolm B. Futhey III

Malcolm Brown Futhey III’s practice focuses on business litigation, personal injury, entertainment law, and complex litigation.  During his career, he has handled a wide array of complex matters regarding business law, computer and technology litigation, class actions, bankruptcy, real property, wrongful death, personal injury, constitutional law, RICO, labor and employment, ERISA and Health Care Law, intellectual property, government law, administrative law, and probate and estate law.

Malcolm graduated from Wake Forest School of Law where he served as Executive Editor of the Wake Forest Intellectual Property Law Journal and research assistant to Constitutional and Public Law Professor Michael Kent Curtis.  Before law school, he obtained his bachelor of arts degree in philosophy from Reed College in Portland, Oregon.  Malcolm Futhey clerked for United States District Court Judge David R. Herndon in the Southern District of Illinois following law school.


The Burden of Knowledge: An Assessment of Conflicting Notice Rules under Tenn. Code Ann. § 20-1-119, 8 Tenn. J. Prac. & Proc. 7 (2007).

Medicare Subrogation Rights, Subrogator (Winter 2009) (co-author)

Several Factors to Consider when Navigating the Non-Compete Landscape.  


Honors and Awards:

Super Lawyer 2015 through 2019

Super Lawyer Rising Star 2012 through 2014

Memphis Business Quarterly Entertainment Law Power Player 2012 and 2013

Memphis Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division Board Member 2010-11

Memphis Bar Foundation Fellow 2018

Inns of Court 



Jake Dickerson

Jake Dickerson’s practice focuses on business litigation, commercial real estate and medical malpractice. During his career, he has handled a multitude of cases regarding business litigation, medical malpractice, real property disputes, premises liability, class action claims and commercial transactions.

Jake Dickerson graduated magna cum laude from the University of Mississippi School of Law, where he served as Law School Student Body President and as office manager of the Mississippi Law Journal. Prior to law school, he obtained his bachelor’s degree in history and political science from the University of Mississippi. Jake Dickerson clerked for then chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Tennessee, Jon Phipps McCalla, following law school.

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