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Smith Moore Leatherwood Wins 2010 Client Advisor Award

Smith Moore Leatherwood Wins 2010 Client Advisor Award

December 15, 2010

Atlanta, GA – Smith Moore Leatherwood is pleased to announce that the firm's Atlanta office has won the 2010 Client Advisor Award in the Midsize Professional Services Firm category. The firm was nominated as a result of a relationship between attorney Bill Boling and client REACH Call, a world class telemedicine company developed at the Medical College of Georgia.

"Bill Boling has provided outstanding legal counsel to REACH from the inception of our company," said David Hess, M.D., founder and Board Chairman of REACH Call. "During our recent recapitalization, Bill and his team at Smith Moore Leatherwood were invaluable in helping us accomplish our goals."

The Client Advisor Awards is the country's only award program honoring the economic impact of Professional Services Firms, advisor professionalism and "clients of choice." Established in 2005, the program sets the standard for best practice behavior and results in the relationships between professional services firms and their clients.

"Smith Moore Leatherwood is honored to be chosen as the recipient of the 2010 Client Advisor Award," said Larry Myers, Managing Partner of Smith Moore Leatherwood's Atlanta office. "Our team appreciates the recognition of our efforts as a firm devoted to our clients first and foremost."

Award recipients were announced during the 2010 Client Advisor Awards luncheon on Dec. 8, 2010 at the Cherokee Town Club in Atlanta, GA, featuring a keynote presentation on creating transformational client advisor experiences by Jim Gilmore, co-author of The Experience Economy: Work Is Theatre & Every Business a Stage.

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