Brooks Pierce Attorneys Recognized by North Carolina Super Lawyers

February 1, 2014
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Brooks Pierce is pleased to announce that 39 lawyers, representing 46% of the firm’s attorneys, were recently recognized by North Carolina Super Lawyers.  

Attorneys receiving this noteworthy distinction are:

Greensboro Office

Jimmy Adams, Business Litigation
Marc Bishop, Business/Corporate
Arty Bolick, Construction Litigation
Forrest Campbell, Healthcare
Bill Cary, Employment and Labor
John Cross, Business/Corporate
Mark Davidson, Business/Corporate
Kearns Davis, Criminal Defense: White Collar
George House, Environmental Litigation
Bob King, Environmental
Dan McGinn, Employment and Labor
Bill McNairy, Tax
Jeff Oleynik, Bankruptcy Issues
Jim Phillips, Business Litigation
Reid Phillips, Business Litigation
David Sar, IP Litigation
Bob Singer, Banking
John Small, Bankruptcy: Business
Mack Sperling, Business Litigation
Jennifer Van Zant, Business Litigation
Howard Williams, Business/Corporate
Jim Williams, Business Litigation
Ed Winslow, Banking

Raleigh Office

Charles Coble, Business Litigation
Charles Marshall, Business Litigation
John Ormand, Business Litigation
Mark Prak, First Amendment
Ed Turlington, Business/Corporate

Attorneys by office who have been recognized as Rising Stars include:

Greensboro Office

John Buford, Business Litigation
Clint Morse, Business Litigation
Ben Norman, Business Litigation
Joey Ponzi, Business Litigation
Adam Tarleton, Estate and Probate

Raleigh Office

Wes Camden, Criminal Defense: White Collar
Katherine Clayton, Bankruptcy; Business
Eric David, Business Litigation
Elizabeth Spainhour, Communications

Wilmington Office

Thomas Varnum, IP 

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