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Smith Moore Adds to Attorney Lineup in Raleigh

Smith Moore Adds to Attorney Lineup in Raleigh

May 9, 2008

Jason Pfister joins firm as member of litigation practice

RALEIGH – Smith Moore LLP has added Jason Pfister to its attorney lineup in the firm's Raleigh office.  Pfister's experience in liability issues, including medical malpractice defense, will increase Smith Moore's capabilities in its litigation practice.

"Jason brings a well-developed skill set that will add depth to our commercial and health-related litigation practices across our North Carolina offices," says Brad Risinger, partner-in-charge of Smith Moore's Raleigh office.  "He becomes an important part of our growth in the Triangle, and the expansion of our litigation capabilities statewide."  Pfister has experience in broad litigation practice, including construction liability, medical malpractice and education liability and defense.  At Smith Moore, Pfister will focus his practice on general commercial litigation and professional liability defense.

"Smith Moore has an excellent reputation and I am thrilled to join such a talented and dynamic firm," says Pfister.  An alumnus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in political science, Pfister earned his law degree from Wake Forest University.  At Wake Forest, he was an articles editor for the Wake Forest Law Review and served as a teaching assistant for the school's legal research and writing program.  He is a member of the American Bar Association, the North Carolina Bar Association Young Lawyers Division and the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys.

Contact: Donnie Turlington
For Smith Moore LLP

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