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Smith Moore LLP Expands Raleigh Office

Smith Moore LLP Expands Raleigh Office


January 14, 2008

Eric Spence joins growing real estate practice

RALEIGH, NC – Smith Moore LLP has added Eric Richard Spence as a member of the firm's business and real estate practice group in Raleigh. Spence joins Smith Moore after a successful tenure as a solo practitioner.

Spence will focus his practice on commercial real estate transactions and real estate development issues. His experience includes working with large mixed-use commercial developments in Wake and Johnston counties, along with several area residential and commercial projects. He handles all aspects of the real estate development process, and his practice includes counseling clients on tactical approaches to real estate matters. "Eric brings years of experience with the region's regulators, dealmakers and capital formation sources," said Brad Risinger, partner-in-charge of Smith Moore's Raleigh office. "He's an outstanding fit with the expanding real estate practices in our North Carolina and Georgia offices."

He is a former equity partner with Wyrick Robbins Yates and Ponton LLP, where he practiced from 1989 to 2004. A member of the North Carolina and Wake County Bar Associations, Spence has been recognized as a Legal Elite by Business North Carolina and has earned Martindale Hubbell's Top "AV" peer review rating.

Contact: Donnie Turlington
For Smith Moore LLP
336-275-7000
dturlington@bouvierkelly.com

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