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Ann Howard Banzet has been named vice-president and counsel at the Wilmington office of Lawyers Title Insurance Company. Banzet graduated in 1995 from the University of North Carolina School of Law, where she was a Bowman Scholar. Prior to joining ...

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Asheville lawyer Heather Newton has been appointed president of the labor and employment law section of the North Carolina Bar Association. She is a partner at Dotson, Smith & Newton…. In 1984, District Attorney David Beard started his own victims’ ...

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Greensboro’s Herb Falk Jr., a member of the NCBA’s General Practice Hall of Fame, told the Greensboro News-Record that when he’s lying on his deathbed looking back over his life, he will remember most the pro bono case where he ...

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Steven Berlin of in Winston-Salem has been elected chairman of the State Bar’s 21st Judicial District ethics and grievance committee. Berlin earned his law degree at Wake Forest law school, where he now is an adjunct professor, a member of ...

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John N. (Jack) Ogburn and Michael J. McCann presented a seminar on wills, estates and elder law in Asheboro, where Ogburn has practiced for 38 years. McCann is legal developer with the elder rights section of the North Carolina Division ...

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Neil Yarborough of the Yarborough Law Firm in Fayetteville has won the County Attorney of the Year award from the N.C. Association of County Attorneys. He serves as the attorney for both Cumberland and Hoke counties, and is also the ...

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Bill Scoggin, director of governmental affairs for the North Carolina Bar Association, has been elected to the House of Delegates of the American Bar Association as one of five delegates serving from the ABA’s young lawyers division. A Charlotte native, ...

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Raleigh attorney Charles F. Blanchard has been elected to the national board of the 1998 Special Olympics World Summer Games to be held in the Triangle region next summer. The games will bring more than 7,000 athletes, 2000 coaches and ...

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Steven Berlin of in Winston-Salem has been elected chairman of the State Bar’s 21st Judicial District ethics and grievance committee. Berlin earned his law degree at Wake Forest law school, where he now is an adjunct professor, a member of ...

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