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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP Partner Kevin McCarrell Appointed To South Carolina Bankruptcy Court

Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP Partner Kevin McCarrell Appointed To South Carolina Bankruptcy Court's Advisory Committee

January 19, 2017

Greenville, S.C. – Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP is pleased to announce that Partner Kevin McCarrell has been appointed to the South Carolina Bankruptcy Court’s Advisory Committee on Local Rules and Practice. He was appointed by the Honorable David R. Duncan, Chief Judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of South Carolina to serve a one year term. The Committee, which has seven members, provides suggestions to the Court regarding local practices and procedures.

McCarrell is a member of the firm's litigation group, focusing on business litigation with an emphasis on creditors' rights and bankruptcy. He has experience representing banks and other financial services companies in mortgage foreclosures, debt collection, defending consumer suits, and protecting creditors' rights in bankruptcy, as well as representing business clients in contract disputes and business torts.

He received his juris doctorate, cum laude, from the University of South Carolina School of Law and his bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina Honors College. He is a member of the board of directors for Compass of Carolina, currently serving as chair, and has served as a loaned executive for United Way of Greenville County. Kevin was recently selected to Greenville Business Magazine’s 2016 Best & Brightest and to participate in Leadership Greenville Class 43.

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