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Smith Moore Women Attorneys Organize Triad Women

Smith Moore Women Attorneys Organize Triad Women's Business Conference

November 16, 2005

GREENSBORO – Women attorneys from Smith Moore's Greensboro & Raleigh offices will hold a day-long conference for women business owners and operators focusing on a wide variety of legal issues.  The "Women in Law for Women in Business" conference will take place December 1, 2005 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the O. Henry Hotel in Greensboro, located at 624 Green Valley Road.  The conference will be followed by a wine and cheese social sponsored by the National Organization of Women Business Owners.

The conference will include a talk by Cheryl Igou, President of Communication Rules!, LLC, about the impact of women's and men's communication habits on business interactions.  In addition to a presentation on how to use lawyers effectively, the attorneys will offer specific sessions on employment law, intellectual property, corporate law, contracts, healthcare, and estate planning.

Smith Moore presenters will include Laura Burton, Susan Fradenburg, Lisa Garrison, Kim Gatling, Molly Huggins, Shannon Joseph, Amy Klass, Angela Little, Trish Markus, Montaye McGee, Collins Pickup, Patti Ramseur, Barbara Ruby, Beth Scherer, Harriett Smalls, Julie Theall, Allison VanLaningham, and Heather Wright.

Cost for the conference is $35 per person and lunch is included.  For more information, please contact Lisa Shortt, Kim Gatling, or Heather Wright at 336.378.5200 or go to

Contact:  Erin James
For Smith Moore LLP


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