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Smith Moore Adds Attorney to Atlanta Practice

Smith Moore Adds Attorney to Atlanta Practice


February 26, 2008

ATLANTA – Smith Moore LLP, which is among the nation's leading law firms in representation of life, health and disability (LHD) insurance companies, has expanded its capabilities in that area.  Jennifer L. Noland, who had been practicing at a law firm in Chicago, has joined Smith Moore's Atlanta office.  With Noland's addition, Smith Moore has added more than 30 new attorneys in its five offices over the past year.

Along with her work in the insurance industry, Noland also has represented clients in financial services litigation—another important Smith Moore practice area.

"Jennifer has an excellent track record representing clients in practice areas that continue to grow in complexity and in the ways they can impact our clients' businesses," said H. Sanders Carter, Smith Moore's senior partner in the LHD practice area.  She is a valuable addition to Smith Moore's litigation team and to our ability to serve our clients."

Noland is a 2003 graduate of the DePaul University College of Law, and received her undergraduate degree from DePauw University.  She has been admitted to practice in Illinois since 2003, and will sit for the Georgia bar examination in July of this year.

Contact:
Steve Powell
For Smith Moore LLP
336.275.7000
spowell@bouvierkelly.com 
 

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