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Smith Moore Leatherwood Adds Brian Morrison to Wilmington Office Corporate Team

Smith Moore Leatherwood Adds Brian Morrison to Wilmington Office Corporate Team


March 21, 2012

Wilmington, N.C. — Smith Moore Leatherwood is proud to announce the expansion of the firm's corporate practice group with the addition of Brian Morrison in Wilmington.

Morrison's practice focuses on corporate and estate planning matters for individual and corporate clients in matters of taxation, estate planning and estate administration, as well as business, corporate and securities. He provides counsel to businesses, families and individuals on a wide range of lifetime planning issues.

"Brian will be extremely beneficial to our office, as he will allow us to offer our clients a greater range of tax services," said Jill Raspet, a partner and member of the corporate team in the firm's Wilmington office. "We welcome him to Wilmington and know he will be a valuable addition to our team."

Morrison received his B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Asheville. He graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School, cum laude, where he served on the Board of Editors for the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review. He also received his Master of Laws in Taxation from the University of Florida's Levin College of Law, where he served as an associate editor of the Florida Tax Review.

Morrison previously served as a volunteer on the tax team of Pisgah Legal Services, a program that provides legal assistance and advocacy to help low-income people in Western North Carolina meet their basic needs and improve their lives.

For more information, contact:
Liz Lineback (lizl@hughes-agency.com)
864.271.0718

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