Ed Wallis

Memphis, Tennessee
Experience: 13 years
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About Ed Wallis

Over the last ten years, I have been fortunate to practice in a variety of areas of civil litigation, including: - Medical Device Litigation, including class III and 510(k) implantable medical devices for persons located in multiple continents and across the United States - Professional negligence (including medical malpractice, dental malpractice and legal malpractice) - False Claims Act cases - including for Medicare Fraud, Government contractor fraud, and IRS Whistleblower - Construction litigation involving the building of roads, bridges, and parking garages, to name a few - Complex business litigation involving millions of dollars of alleged damages in a variety of areas - Real estate litigation involving allegedly defective title work, title insurance, real estate closings, property management and more I am part of a team of lawyers that strive to work together to best represent our clients, using teamwork, brainstorming and collaboration. I am licensed to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the United States Tax Court, the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Sixth and Eighth Circuits, all federal district courts in Tennessee and Arkansas, and in Tennessee, Arkansas and Kentucky State Courts. Over my career, I have been privileged to appear in a number of courts across the country including state courts in Tennessee, Georgia, Arkansas and California, as well as federal district courts in Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Florida, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Texas, and Oklahoma.

Language(s) Spoken by Ed Wallis

  • English : Spoken, Written

Practice Areas

  • Business Law
  • Business Litigation »
  • Construction Litigation
  • Employment Law
  • General Civil
  • Insurance Claims
  • Legal Malpractice
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect
  • Personal Injury
  • Products Liability
  • Real Estate Litigation


  • Free ConsultationOur team of lawyers will provide a free initial consultation where we will discuss fee options, including for contingency cases, hourly cases and hybrid cases.
  • Contingent FeesFor many types of cases, our team of lawyers work on a contingency fee, meaning that if there is no recovery, there will be no fee.

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • ArkansasSince 2015
  • KentuckySince 2014
  • TennesseeSince 2004
  • 6th CircuitSince 2004
  • 8th CircuitSince 2012
  • U.S. Supreme CourtSince 2011

Professional Experience

  • Partner Glassman Wyatt Tuttle & Cox, PC 2006 - Current
  • Associate Moss Benton & Wallis, PLLC 2005 - 2006
  • Judicial Clerk Hon. S. Thomas Anderson, Western District of Tennessee 2004 - 2005


  • University of Richmond School of Law J.D. | Law 2001 - 2004Honors: Cum Laude
  • University of Tennessee - Knoxville B.S. | Business Administration 1997 - 2001Honors: Magna Cum Laude, minor in Spanish


  • AV rated Martindale Hubbell 2016
  • General Litigation Super Lawyers 2016
  • AV rated Martindale Hubbell 2015
  • General Litigation Super Lawyers 2015
  • AV rated Martindale Hubbell 2014
  • General Litigation Super Lawyers 2014
  • General Litigation Super Lawyers 2013
  • Rising Star Award Super Lawyers 2012
  • NLD Award of Excellence American Association for Justice 2009
  • NLD Award of Excellence American Association for Justice 2008

Professional Association

  • American Bar Association #1115289 Member 2007 - Current
  • Tennessee Bar Association #1115290 Member 2007 - Current

Articles & Publications

  • An Outdated Form of Evidentiary Law: A Survey of Dead Man’s Statutes and a Proposal for Change Cleveland State Law Review
  • Fish Genes Into Tomatoes: How the World Regulates Genetically Modified Foods North Dakota Law Reveiw
  • The Madrid Protocol: Will This International System Succeed in the United States? UCLA Journal Of Law and Technology


26 N. 2nd Street
Memphis, TN 38103 USA

Telephone: (901) 527-2125

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