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Smith Moore Leatherwood Transportation Newsletter Earns High Marks

Smith Moore Leatherwood Transportation Newsletter Earns High Marks


May 20, 2009

Publication garners second-place in annual LMA awards

GREENVILLE, SC — A newsletter designed to deliver news and information to businesses involved in the trucking and logistics industry, created by Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP, earned a second-place finish in the annual Legal Marketing Association Your Honor Awards.  Smith Moore Leatherwood's "Trucking Industry Newsletter" was one of 255 entries in the awards competition, which honored the marketing efforts of over 70 firms throughout the country.

According to the Legal Marketing Association, the Your Honor Awards are designed to recognize the "best of the best" marketing efforts in the legal industry.  Smith Moore Leatherwood's newsletter was honored for being well branded and tightly woven, and for carrying "a load of news that everyone in the industry wants to read."

Rob Moseley, a partner in the Greenville office, leads the firm's Transportation Group.  The group represents both large and small trucking companies as insured's on behalf of numerous national insurance companies and as self-insured's.  In addition, the firm has served for many years as outside General Counsel for a nationally recognized commercial vehicle insurer and is experienced in all aspects of transportation law.

The latest edition of Smith Moore Leatherwood's Transportation Industry Newsletter can be found by clicking here.

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Donnie Turlington
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