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McGlinchey Adds Two Litigation Attorneys in NashvilleRead Time: 2 mins
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce the addition of Will Wojcik as a Member (Partner) and Cole Hodge as an Associate to its Nashville office. Bolstering the firm’s prominent Litigation practice, these two attorneys are part of a larger expansion initiative within the firm and in Nashville. McGlinchey has hired 31 new attorneys, including 28 litigators, from January to the end of June, 2023.
“We are pleased to welcome Will and Cole to McGlinchey’s growing team here in Nashville,” said Shaun Ramey, managing member of the Nashville office and co-chair of the Financial Services Litigation team, where Cole practices. “Their diverse practices complement our local services well, and their in-depth knowledge of the commercial, real estate, and financial services markets will be a great asset to our clients nationwide.”
In February, McGlinchey’s Nashville team moved into new space in the AT&T Building (also known as “The Batman Building”).
Will joins McGlinchey’s Enterprise Litigation and Investigations group. His practice spans litigation in the context of construction defect, real estate, contract, and zoning disputes, as well as advice and counsel on corporate, transactional, governance, and tax matters. Most recently practicing with Kay Griffin, PLLC, Will has experience prosecuting and defending claims in state, federal, and administrative courts, and has tried numerous jury and non-jury cases in Tennessee. With particular experience relating to collegiate entities, Will has also unique experience related to investigations and First Amendment issues. In 2014, Will received his J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School and in 2022 was ranked as a Mid-South Super Lawyers Rising Star in Business Litigation. He is currently pursuing an LL.M. in Tax from New York University, with an anticipated graduation in 2024.
“Many of my clients are national in scope. Joining McGlinchey will allow me to not only expand my own practice capabilities, but will also open the door to additional services I can offer longstanding clients,” Will said. “Expanding those opportunities was a very compelling draw for me, and the fact that I genuinely liked and enjoyed speaking with everyone I met at McGlinchey was a big bonus.”
Cole joins the Financial Services Litigation team, representing banks, loan servicers, mortgagees, and auto and manufactured housing lenders, and others in various disputes in state and federal courts. With a broader background in civil litigation, he also assists clients with contract, fraud, and shareholder disputes and in arbitrations and administrative proceedings. A native of Nashville, Cole received his J.D. from The University of Tennessee College of Law in 2021 and is admitted to practice in Tennessee.
With offices downtown and in Music Row, McGlinchey’s six Nashville-affiliated attorneys represent financial services clients in regulatory compliance and litigation, entertainment clients in intellectual property and corporate matters, real estate entities in property and ownership disputes, and many others in various commercial litigation matters. Nashville is also home to a growing number of McGlinchey’s administrative team members.