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Lawyers In The News 07-12-10 (access required)

The Mecklenburg County Bar has installed Charlotte attorney A. Todd Brown, a partner at Hunton & Williams, as its 99th president. Brown will serve a one-year term. The ceremony took place during the MCB’s annual meeting on May 20. Brown’s ...

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The American Bar Foundation has selected Asheville attorney Thomas Grella as a fellow. A business attorney whose law practice focus is on commercial transactions, Grella publishes a blog on legal issues facing North Carolina businesses at ncbusinesslawblog.net. An attorney with ...

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The Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo was the sponsor >of the 6th Annual Bosom Buddies Benefit Clinic held May 18 in Charlotte. More than 100 tennis pros held >clinics for more than 800 participants at 10 host clubs. The ...

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The Mecklenburg County Bar has named Michael J. Greene of Goodman, Carr, Laughrun, Levine, Murray & Greene the 2010 MCB Lawyer Referral Service Panel Member of the Year. The award honors a lawyer panel member who has shown continued support ...

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Ashley Cannon has joined the law firm of Morrow Alexander Porter & Whitley. She is a 2001 graduate of the University of North Carolina Hill School of Law and Wake Forest University. She is a former assistant district attorney, and ...

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Poyner Spruill partner Rob Tyler has been elected to the board of directors of CED (formerly the Council for Entrepreneurial Development). Tyler, who practices in the firm’s Raleigh office and leads the emerging technologies companies practice group, is the first ...

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During a recent program entitled Arrive Alive, attorney Michael A. DeMayo spoke to young drivers and shared stories and photos of deadly drunk-driving accidents, including the loss of numerous teenagers injured or killed as a result of drinking and driving. ...

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Greensboro attorney Jamie Lisa Forbes‘ debut novel of Wyoming ranch life, titled Unbroken, has just been published by Pronghorn Press. Forbes is a 2001 graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law and practices with the firm of ...

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Attorney Frank E. Emory Jr., a partner in Hunton & Williams’ Charlotte and Washington offices, was named the North Carolina Bar Association’s 2010 Citizen Lawyer. Emory will be honored during the NCBA’s annual meeting to be held June 24-27 in ...

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The 14th Annual Webby Awards have nominated the website of the law firm of Hartsoe & Associates for an award in the law category. Often referred to as the “Oscars of the Internet,” the awards are given in 100-plus categories. ...

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