Allison R. Gladden

Firm: Williams & Anderson PLC
Location: Little Rock - AR

  • 111 Center Street Suite 2200
    Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
  • Tel : 501.859.0575
  • Fax : 501.372.6453
Ms. Gladden primarily practices in the areas of bankruptcy, business transactions, and business litigation. She has represented debtors and creditors in complex bankruptcies, and in state court litigation, and has participated in the negotiation and documentation of a wide variety of business transactions, both inside and outside of bankruptcy. Ms. Gladden is well-versed in Arkansas limited liability company law, and has advised clients in various LLC matters, including formation, drafting operating agreements, member dissociation, and derivative actions. Prior to attending law school, she was employed as the Director of Community Development for the Arkansas District of the United States Tennis Association, and was a certified USTA Tournament Referee and Umpire. Ms. Gladden lives in Maumelle with her husband, Adam, their son, and too many pets.

Publications & CLE Presentations
2016 The Arkansas Lawyer, “Beyond Direct vs. Derivative: What Muccio v. Hunt Tells Us About Arkansas LLCs”
2015 NW Ark. Debtor-Creditor Bar CLE, LLC Interests in Bankruptcy & Secured Transactions
2015 U.S. Trustee Panel Trustee Seminar, LLC Membership Interests as Property of the Estate.

Bar Admissions
Arkansas 2008
U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas
U.S. Bankruptcy Court

2008 J.D., with Honors, UALR William H. Bowen School of Law
1999 B.A., Rhodes College

Williams & Anderson PLC

Williams & Anderson strives to provide the highest caliber of legal services in litigation, transactions and finance involving Arkansas law and business interests. We are located on the 22nd Floor of the Stephens Building in downtown Little Rock.

Williams & Anderson was formed on December 1, 1988, by four partners, W. Jackson Williams, Philip S. Anderson, David F. Menz and Peter G. Kumpe. They represented established business entities in Arkansas as well as state and local government financing agencies. Their plan was to focus the firm’s resources on business-related matters and provide their clients with superior legal services.

Over the last twenty five years, the firm has grown, but the focus remains the same. The firm pays personal attention to the needs of every client, and provides each client with the legal resources demanded by the engagement.