Landon was born and raised in Batesville, Arkansas and is proud to call Batesville his hometown. Landon has practiced in Little Rock with one of the largest national law firms in Arkansas with over 500 attorneys and 25 offices nationwide where he regularly worked with some of the largest corporations in Arkansas and the nation, as well as small and medium-sized companies. His experience in working on large scale transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, and other strategic transactions, as well as all matters related to corporate governance and business development is what sets him apart in Batesville. When asked what excites him most about coming back home to Batesville he said “I am just so thrilled and blessed to be able to get back to my hometown where I am able to use my skills and expertise in business and transactional law, as well as other areas of the law affecting individuals and businesses, in order to help facilitate the economic growth and development of our wonderful community.”
Landon’s practice includes the representation of individuals in matters involving estate planning, contract law, asset protection, probate, bankruptcy, real estate law, and certain business and contractual related disputes. His practice also includes the representation and advisement of various areas of the law and matters affecting corporations, limited liabilities companies, and other business entities including formation, development, access to capital, strategic transactions, contracts, real estate, banking, bankruptcy, governance, and regulatory matters.
Landon is very proud of his academic achievements during law school where he graduated Magna Cum Laude, with honors, and in the top 14% of his class. During law school, he served on the Editorial Board of the Law Review at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock – William H. Bowen School of Law.