Lawyers In The News 12-31-12
William E.H. “Zeke” Creech and Thomas J. “Tom” Ludlam have joined Nexsen Pruet’s Raleigh office. Creech, a former banker and congressional aide, joins the firm as special counsel working with the real estate group. Ludlam, a former Georgia prosecutor, will work with Dan Boyce as special counsel with the firm’s white-collar crime team.
Smith Moore Leatherwood said Brian Lemon has joined the firm’s Raleigh office as an attorney of counsel. He will focus his practice on federal taxation and federal tax issues affecting corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies.
Also new in Smith Moore Leatherwood’s Raleigh office is Toni Peck, who joins as an associate and will focus on health care regulatory and compliance issues.
North Carolina Court of Appeals Chief Judge John C. Martin of Raleigh has been elected president-elect of the Council of Chief Judges of the State Courts of Appeal. Martin has served on the Court of Appeals for 23 years, the last nine as chief judge.
McAngus Goudelock & Courie said Caitlin A. Carson has joined the firm’s Raleigh office, where she will focus on litigation. She is a graduate of the UNC Law School.
Allen K. Robertson, of Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson’s Charlotte office, is the president-elect of the National Association of Bond Lawyers for 2012-13. Robertson focuses his practice on public finance, banking, bankruptcy, and health care.
Outside the Law
Mark Dorosin, managing attorney of the UNC Center for Civil Rights, was elected to the Orange County Board of Commissioners.
John N. (Nick) Fountain, an attorney with Young Moore and Henderson in Raleigh, was appointed chair of the Historic Resources and Museum Advisory Board, recently created by the Raleigh City Council.
John Livingston of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton has been selected to the 28th class of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Raleigh program.
Charlotte family law attorney Minette Conrad Trosch, a partner with Conrad, Trosch & Kemmy, has been awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine by Gov. Beverly Perdue.
Published: December 28, 2012
Time posted: 3:22 pm
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