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Bob Webb Jr. retired Dec. 31 as chairman of  Atlanta-basedTroutman Sanders LLP. He held that position since 2006, after having served as managing partner for 18 years. North Carolina native Steve Lewis, managing partner since 2011, will assume leadership and ...

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  Gregory L. Shelton, a construction litigation attorney with Horack Talley Pharr and Lowndes of Charlotte, has been named chairman of the Primerus Construction Law Practice Group for 2016. He will provide administrative leadership to more than 130 construction lawyers ...

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Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark D. Martin was installed for an eight-year term on Jan. 5 in the court chambers. Martin, who was first elected to the Supreme Court in 1998, was appointed chief justice last year before winning election ...

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Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog announced that it has hired Steven Saad to serve as co-chair of the firm’s criminal defense practice. Saad will lead the practice in the Raleigh office. He was most recently an assistant district attorney for Wake ...

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Phelps Dunbar has hired Nathan A. Huff in the firm’s Raleigh office. Huff practices in the areas of commercial litigation and insurance coverage, with a focus on complex insurance coverage matters. Additionally, as a former federal prosecutor, Huff practices in ...

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Young Moore and Henderson attorney Bill Daniell has been admitted to the American College of Trial Lawyers as a Fellow.  Daniell has 35 years of experience as a litigator. Former Special Deputy Attorney General for the N.C. Department of Justice, ...

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After filling eight associate positions in the fall, Nexsen Pruet has named four partners in the firm. The new partners are Brooks Bossong, in the Greensboro office, George Bullwinkel, in the Charleston, S.C. office, Jennifer Cluverius, in the Greenville, S.C. ...

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Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton said Craig D. Cannon has joined the Winston-Salem office as counsel, where he will have a firm-wide role in managing e-discovery matters. Cannon, a member of the litigation department, previously was Bank of America’s global discovery counsel. ...

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