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Smith Moore Attorneys Rated Among Top US Business Lawyers

Smith Moore Attorneys Rated Among Top US Business Lawyers

March 11, 2008

Chambers USA lists ten Smith Moore attorneys from three offices

GREENSBORO - Ten attorneys from Smith Moore LLP, including eight from its Greensboro office, have been placed on the 2008 Chambers USA listing of "America's Leading Business Lawyers."  The listing rates attorneys practicing across the United States on qualities such as professional conduct, technical legal ability, commitment, client service, commercial awareness and diligence.

The Smith Moore attorneys (and their practice areas) from the Greensboro, Raleigh, and Charlotte offices who will be listed in the 2008 Chambers USA are:

Jonathan A. Berkelhammer - Litigation: General Commercial
J. Donald Cowan, Jr. - Litigation: General Commercial
Alan W. Duncan - Litigation: General Commercial
Stephen W. Earp - Environment
Martin N. Erwin - Labor & Employment
Charles E. Melvin Jr. - Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use
Ramona Cunningham O'Bryant - Environment
Julianna C. Theall - Labor & Employment

George J. Oliver - Labor & Employment

Larry B. Sitton - Litigation: General Commercial

Chambers USA is published annually by Chambers and Partners, an international directory of attorneys and law firms.  Chambers USA bases its ratings on data gathered over six months of interviews with more than 10,000 attorneys and their clients.

For more information on Chambers USA's standards for ratings, please click here.

Contact: Donnie Turlington
For Smith Moore LLP


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