Experienced Workers’ Compensation and Construction Litigator Joined Firm in 2011
Little Rock, Ark.—(May 3, 2016) Litigation and business law firm Spicer Rudstrom, PLLC announced today that Amy C. Markham has been named as the Managing Attorney for the firm’s Little Rock office. In addition to the day-to-day management of the office, her primary concentration will be in Workers’ Compensation and Construction/Construction Defect litigation.
Markham helped the firm open the Little Rock office in 2011. Beginning in April 2014, she worked closely in the transformation of its office in the capital city, including its move from the suburbs in West Little Rock to the downtown core. Spicer Rudstrom is currently located at 425 West Capitol Ave., on the 31st floor of Simmons Tower. She was also involved in coordinating the firm’s Arkansas practice into geographic regions, including Little Rock; Memphis, Tenn.; and Texarkana, Texas.
“Amy has been the pioneering force behind our Little Rock office since joining Spicer Rudstrom five years ago,” said Marc O. Dedman, Managing Partner of Spicer Rudstrom. “Her effort behind the geographic distribution of work allows our firm to more efficiently and cost effectively represent our clients’ interests in Arkansas. She has been an invaluable asset to Spicer Rudstrom, and we could not be more thrilled to name her as the Managing Attorney of that office.”
Amy attended Ouachita Baptist University and obtained a degree in accounting from Pikeville College in 1997. She graduated from William H. Bowen School of Law at the University of Arkansas in 2002. Amy’s practice areas include tort liability defense, focused primarily on construction and construct defect litigation, along with workers’ compensation litigation.