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Smith Moore Attorney Named Among Triad

Smith Moore Attorney Named Among Triad's Most Influential for 2006

January 12, 2006

GREENSBORO – Carole Bruce, a partner in the Greensboro office of Smith Moore LLP, has been named one of the Triad's Most Influential for 2006 by the The Business Journal of the Triad.

According to The Business Journal, Bruce was chosen among the most influential because "she is used to breaking new ground and earning the respect of others, and her spirit and can-do attitude have made her an effective leader on issues ranging from economic development to education to healthcare."

Bruce's law practice includes matters relating to individual income tax, estate and inheritance tax, estate administration, charitable organizations and other tax planning matters.  She is chair of the Greater Greensboro Chamber of Commerce and commissioner for the North Carolina Heath and Wellness Trust Fund Commission.  Bruce was also named Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser for 2005 by the NC-Triad Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

The Business Journal's Most Influential publication is an annual showcase of the Triad's leading men and women.

Contact:  Erin James
For Smith Moore LLP

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