Spicer Rudstrom Announces New Managing Partner

Aug 8, 2018 | Featured, News, Press Release

Knoxville, TN – As the firm celebrates its 55th anniversary this year, Spicer Rudstrom, PLLC is pleased to announce that Clinton J. Woodfin has been elected to serve as Managing Partner.

He succeeds Marc O. Dedman, who served as managing partner since 2013 and has decided to relinquish his position.   Marc remains with the firm and will focus on leading the growth of the international and business practice areas.  “As the prime advocate for Spicer’s development of business practice work, it is my intent to lead ongoing growth in that business and international practice. Spicer Rudstrom continues to evolve from a litigation firm to one that now services clients in litigation, business, and international representation” states Marc Dedman.

Clint joined Spicer In 1999 and acts as the Managing Member of the Knoxville office, a member of the firm’s Board of Directors, and the Chair of the Trucking and Transportation practice group.  He is a 1993 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Law and a 1990 graduate of James Madison University.

Clint’s areas of practice include alternative dispute resolution, automobile liability, business, and commercial litigation, employment practices litigation, insurance coverage, insurance defense, insurance subrogation, premises liability, products liability, real estate and construction litigation, and workers’ compensation.  Through his years of practice, Clint has delivered excellence and dedication to clients and will continue to provide superior service while he acts as a managing partner.  His various roles through his tenure with Spicer have prepared him to lead the firm through the ever-changing legal industry.

“It is an honor to have been elected Managing Member.  Our past leadership has made Spicer a regional leader in providing legal representation and consultation.  I am excited and motivated to continue the growth of the services that we offer to clients” says Clint Woodfin.