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Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced that Joe Dowdy joined the firm’s Raleigh office as a partner. Dowdy will be a member of the complex business litigation team.

Dowdy

Dowdy

The McIntosh law firm in Davidson announced the addition of Jennifer Errington to the firm. She practices primarily in the areas of general litigation, personal injury and wrongful death.

InterActive Legal announced that Letha Sgritta McDowell has accepted its position of special advisor on Elder Law Planning. McDowell recently joined the law firm of Walker Lambe Rhudy Costley & Gill to work primarily in the Garner/Johnston County office.

 

Members of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice elected new leaders for the 2014-2015 fiscal year: president: Danny Glover, Teague & Glover (Elizabeth City); immediate past president: David Teddy, Teddy, Meekins & Talbert (Shelby); president-elect: Christopher Nichols, Nichols Law Firm (Raleigh); communications vice president: Bill Powers, Powers McCartan (Charlotte); education vice president: Julie Bell, Daggett Shuler (Winston-Salem);

legal affairs vice president: Brad Bannon, Cheshire, Parker, Schneider & Bryan (Raleigh);

legislative vice president: Vernon Sumwalt, The Sumwalt Law Firm (Charlotte); membership vice president: John McCabe, The Law Offices of John M. McCabe (Cary); PAC chair: Lyndon Helton, Lyndon R. Helton (Hickory); fundraising & development officer:  Steve Bowden, Steve Bowden & Associates (Greensboro); American Association for Justice (AAJ) board member: Douglas Abrams, Abrams & Abrams, (Raleigh); past president appointed  by the President: Cliff Britt, Comerford & Britt (Winston-Salem) ; at large: Valerie Johnson, Copeley Johnson & Groninger (Durham); president emeritus: Charles Blanchard, Blanchard, Miller, Lewis & Isley (Raleigh)

Errington

Errington

 

The board will also include: American Association for Justice (AAJ) Minority Caucus Delegate: Curtis Osborne, Osborne Law Firm (Charlotte); American Association for Justice (AAJ) state delegate:  Chuck Monnett, Charles G. Monnett III & Associates (Charlotte); friends and family liaison: Hank Teich, Grimes, Teich, Anderson (Asheville)

 

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