Horseshoe Bend, Arkansas Lawyers
Landon was born and raised in Batesville, Arkansas and is proud to call Batesville his hometown. Before joining Wilson and Haubert in 2018, Landon practiced in Little Rock with one of the largest national law firms in Arkansas with over 500 attorneys and 25 offices nationwide where he regularly worked with some of the largest corporations in Arkansas and the nation, as well as small and medium-sized companies. His experience in working on large scale transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, and other strategic transactions, as well as all matters related to corporate governance and business development is what sets him apart...
Published "Shifting the Burden: Genuine Disputes and Employment Discrimination Standards of Proof," 35 Univ. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 113 (2012). Law Clerk to The Honorable D.P. Marshall Jr., 2009-2011: United States District Judge, Eastern District of Arkansas & Associate Judge, Arkansas Court of Appeals. Managing Editor, UALR Law Review, 2008-2009. Published Note, "Trust Me, I Do This All the Time: Comparative Provider Statistics and Informed Consent in Arkansas." UALR Moot Court Board, 2008-2009. Octofinalist, Prince Memorial Evidence Moot Court Competition, Brooklyn, New York. Extern to The Honorable Tom Glaze, Associate Justice, Arkansas Supreme Court, 2008.
William “Zac” White, a sixth generation Arkansan, was raised in Forrest City, AR, until the sixth grade when his family moved to Marion, AR, where he graduated high school. He earned a bachelor’s degree in International Trade from the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR, a Masters Degree in International Economics and Finance, and obtained his law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of law.