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Twelve Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys Recognized by South Carolina <i>Super Lawyers</i>

Twelve Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys Recognized by South Carolina Super Lawyers


April 22, 2016

Greenville, S.C. Super Lawyers Magazine has selected twelve Smith Moore Leatherwood attorneys for inclusion into 2016 South Carolina Super Lawyers. Among those identified by the publication, ten attorneys were included in Super Lawyers and two others were included in Rising Stars. Less than five percent of lawyers in each state are selected to this exclusive list.

Super Lawyers is an independent lawyer rating service that selects attorneys using a rigorous, multiphase rating process. Through peer nominations, evaluations and third party research, outstanding attorneys are selected within each state. Rising Stars are selected by peer nominations of attorneys age 40 or below with 10 years or less of legal experience.

The Smith Moore Leatherwood attorneys honored as 2016 South Carolina Super Lawyers are:

Charleston, S.C.

  • H. Michael Bowers – Business Litigation
  • J. Bennett Crites, III – Personal Injury Defense

Greenville, S.C.

  • William L. Dennis – Estate & Probate
  • Steven E. Farrar – Business Litigation
  • Michael J. Giese – Business Litigation
  • Mark R. Holmes – Real Estate
  • J. Tod Hyche – Estate & Probate
  • Natalma M. McKnew – Franchise/Dealership
  • Robert D. Moseley, Jr. – Transportation/Maritime
  • Kurt M. Rozelsky – Transportation/Maritime

The Smith Moore Leatherwood attorneys honored as 2016 South Carolina's Rising Stars are:
Greenville, S.C.
 

  • Brad J. Gower – Real Estate
  • Trey Ingram – Real Estate

For more information, contact:
Ashley Shelley ashleys@hughes-agency.com
864.271.0718

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