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Smith Moore Leatherwood Named Go-To Law Firm

Smith Moore Leatherwood Named Go-To Law Firm

Firm Honored in Litigation and Labor & Employment Categories

April 12, 2012

Greenville, S.C. — Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP is proud to announce that the firm has been named a 2012 Go-To Law Firm for the Top 500 Companies for its work in two categories: Litigation and Labor & Employment. Nominated by a Fortune 500® client, Smith Moore Leatherwood was selected for the honor by ALM after in-depth research of numerous resources, including public records, leading publications and well-respected commercial databases.

"This honor is especially meaningful, since we were nominated directly by one of our clients," said Jim Medford, litigation and labor and employment practice area leader for Smith Moore Leatherwood. "This designation shows that we can give our biggest clients high-quality service by giving them the personal attention that they need."

ALM's list of the top Litigation law firms will be featured in the spring 2012 edition of Litigation, a stand-alone supplement distributed with the May editions of Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer magazines.

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