24 Brooks Pierce Attorneys Named to Business North Carolina's 2014 "Legal Elite"

February 1, 2014

Business North Carolina magazine publishes annually the “Legal Elite,” lawyers throughout the state who are rated best in their fields.  In 2014, 24 Brooks Pierce attorneys were named to the list.

Those receiving recognition in the publication are:

Marc Bishop – Corporate Law
Arty Bolick – Construction Law
John Buford – Litigation
Wes Camden – Criminal Law
Bill Cary – Employment Law
Nicole Crawford – Employment Law
John Cross – Corporate Law
Eric David – Young Guns
Kearns Davis – Criminal Law
Alexander Elkan – Environmental Law
Tricia Goodson – Employment Law
Wade Hargrove – Business Law
Bob King – Environmental Law and Litigation
Dan McGinn – Employment Law
Anna McLamb – Real Estate Law
Bill McNairy – Tax and Estate Planning Law
Jeff Oleynik – Antitrust Law and Bankruptcy Law
Jim Phillips – Litigation
Mark Prak - Litigation
David Sar – Intellectual Property Law
John Small – Bankruptcy Law
Adam Tarleton – Tax and Estate Planning Law
Randy Tinsley – Environmental Law
Walt Tippett – Construction Law and Litigation

In addition, four Brooks Pierce lawyers, Mark Davidson, George House, Jennifer Van Zant, and Jim Williams are permanently recognized in the Legal Elite Hall of Fame.

Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite is a statewide Listing of North Carolina lawyers ranked best in specific practice areas as voted by their peers.  Ballots are distributed to active members of the State Bar living in North Carolina.   

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