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Nineteen Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys Selected To 2015 Legal Elite By <i>Greenville Business Magazine</i>

Nineteen Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys Selected To 2015 Legal Elite By Greenville Business Magazine

August 4, 2015

Greenville, S.C. – Nineteen attorneys from Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP have been selected by their peers as part of Greenville Business Magazine's 2015 Legal Elite. The Legal Elite awards are divided into twenty legal-and-business-related categories and are voted on by attorneys across the state.

The following Smith Moore Leatherwood attorneys were honored as Legal Elite in these practice areas (some in more than one area):

  • Robert A. DeHoll (Construction)
  • William L. Dennis (Tax)
  • Thomas W. Epting (Intellectual Property)
  • Steven E. Farrar (Civil Litigation and Insurance)
  • Richard L. Few Jr. (Tax)
  • Brad J. Gower (Real Estate)
  • F. Marion Hughes (Bankruptcy)
  • J. Tod Hyche (Estates & Trusts)
  • Robert S. "Trey" Ingram III (Real Estate)
  • Michele Fuller Lyerly (Real Estate)
  • Jason D. Maertens (Insurance)
  • Duke K. McCall Jr. (Worker’s Comp)
  • M. Kevin McCarrell (Bankruptcy & Foreclosure)
  • Robert D. Moseley Jr. (Insurance)
  • William L. Pitman (Bank & Finance)
  • John P. "Jack" Riordan (Criminal Law and Personal Injury)
  • Kurt M. Rozelsky (Civil Litigation and Personal Injury)
  • Peter A. Rutledge (Labor Law)
  • Frank C. Williams III (Corporate Law)

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