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Rob Marcus Named Impact Law Leader

Rob Marcus Named Impact Law Leader


September 16, 2008

Smith Moore Leatherwood attorney recognized by Charlotte Business Leader

CHARLOTTE, NC – Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP attorney Rob Marcus, a partner in the firm's Charlotte office, has been named an Impact Law Leader by Charlotte Business Leader magazine.  Marcus is one of 24 attorneys in the Charlotte area recognized for their commitment to both the profession and community.

Marcus played an integral role in 2007 when then-Smith Moore LLP identified Charlotte as a strategic marketplace for growth.  In addition to helping the firm formulate its plan for entering the Charlotte market, Marcus moved his practice from Greensboro and supervised the building of a new Charlotte office.  "In the past 12 months, Smith Moore Leatherwood has expanded into Charlotte and Greenville, SC, to further solidify its position as one of the leading law firms in the Southeast," remarked Marcus.  "In the coming year, I will work to continue expanding Smith Moore Leatherwood's Charlotte office beyond its current size and assist the firm in its strategic expansion throughout the Southeast."

A member of the firm's litigation practice for 15 years, Marcus focuses on complex commercial and appellate litigation.  He routinely represents numerous corporations and financial institutions in high profile and complex litigation matters throughout the state and federal courts of North Carolina.  Marcus holds an undergraduate degree from Hamilton College and a law degree from Duke University.

Contact:
Donnie Turlington
For Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
336.275.7000 ext. 23
dturlington@bouvierkelly.com

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