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Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys Honored As South Carolina

Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys Honored As South Carolina 'Super Lawyers'

Ten honored as Super Lawyers and four honored as Rising Stars

April 24, 2015

Greenville, S.C. Super Lawyers Magazine has chosen fourteen Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP attorneys for inclusion into South Carolina Super Lawyers for 2015. Ten lawyers were selected to Super Lawyers by the publication and four others were honored as South Carolina Rising Stars. Less than five percent of lawyers in each state are selected to this exclusive list.

Super Lawyers is an independent lawyer rating service that selects attorneys using a rigorous, multiphase rating process. Through peer nominations, evaluations and third party research, outstanding attorneys are selected within each state. Rising Stars are selected by peer nominations of attorneys age 40 or below with 10 years or less of legal experience.

The Smith Moore Leatherwood attorneys honored as South Carolina Super Lawyers in 2015 are:

  • Michael Bowers (Business Litigation)
  • J. Bennett Crites III (Personal Injury General – Defense)
  • William Dennis (Estate Planning & Probate)
  • Steven Farrar (Business Litigation)
  • Michael Giese (Business Litigation)
  • Mark Holmes (Real Estate)
  • Tod Hyche (Estate Planning & Probate)
  • Natalma McKnew (Franchise/Dealership)
  • Robert Moseley Jr. (Transportation/Maritime)
  • Kurt Rozelsky (Transportation/Maritime)

The Smith Moore Leatherwood attorneys honored as South Carolina's Rising Stars of 2015 are:

  • Michael Hickerson (Business/Corporate)
  • Trey Ingram (Real Estate)
  • Jason Maertens (General Litigation)
  • Fredric Marcinak III (Transportation/Maritime)

For more information, contact:
Brandy Humphries
Ashley Shelley


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