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Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Bob Wedge Named Partner In Charge Of Atlanta Office

Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Bob Wedge Named Partner In Charge Of Atlanta Office

July 12, 2013

Atlanta, Ga. – Smith Moore Leatherwood attorney Bob Wedge has been elected to the Firm's Management Committee and will serve as the Partner in Charge of the Atlanta office.

Wedge is an experienced trial lawyer who engages in commercial contract and lease litigation, insurance coverage litigation, construction litigation and professional liability litigation involving attorneys, architects and engineers. He is also an experienced appellate lawyer, having more than fifty reported cases in state and federal courts, and has acted as a mediator of large commercial and construction cases for over twenty years.

For the past two years, Wedge was recognized by Georgia Super Lawyers magazine as a top attorney in Construction Litigation. Less than five percent of lawyers in Georgia are selected to the exclusive list of Super Lawyers. He has served on a number of committees of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Georgia and the Atlanta Bar Association and was Chair of the ADR Section of the Atlanta Bar Association for 2010-11. Wedge is a member of the Lawyers Club of Atlanta and is a Fellow of the Lawyers Foundation of Georgia.

An Atlanta native, Wedge received his B.A. in Economics from North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1969 and his J.D. from the University of Georgia in 1972.

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