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Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Patrick Kane Selected To <i>Triad Business Journal

Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Patrick Kane Selected To Triad Business Journal's '40 Under 40'


February 19, 2015

Greensboro, N.C.  – Patrick M. Kane, an attorney in Smith Moore Leatherwood's Greensboro office, was recently honored as one of Triad Business Journal's '40 Under 40.' This award recognizes 40 individuals under the age of 40 who are making major strides in their careers and having a positive impact on their communities.

Kane is a member of the firm's Litigation Practice Group and Appellate Practice Group in the Greensboro office and routinely handles complex litigation in both state and federal courts. He regularly represents municipalities in labor and employment, constitutional and contract litigation, and is frequently involved in litigation on behalf of entities in the sports and entertainment industry. He is a contributor to the North Carolina Appellate Practice Blog, www.ncapb.com, which provides news, information, tips, and resources for practicing law in North Carolina's state and federal appellate courts.

Kane will be recognized at the '40 Under 40' awards presentation on February 19 at UNCG's Elliot University Center and will be featured in an upcoming edition of the Triad Business Journal.

Kane received his bachelor's degree from College of Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts in 2000 and his juris doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in 2007.

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