Brooks Pierce Attorneys Inducted into Herb Falk Society
Brooks Pierce attorneys Kearns Davis, Jamey Lowdermilk and Dan Smith were recently inducted into the 2022 Herb Falk Society by the Greensboro Bar Association (GBA). The induction was announced at the monthly GBA meeting on March 16.
The Herb Falk Society honors members of the GBA who provide at least 75 hours of pro bono service annually. The society was named in honor of Herbert S. Falk, a Greensboro lawyer who dedicated much of his career to pro bono work.
Davis founded the firm's white collar defense and investigations practice in 2007. A former federal prosecutor, he has tried jury cases at all levels of federal and North Carolina trial courts, and represents clients in U.S. trial and appellate courts across the country. In addition to criminal matters and investigations, Davis handles a broad range of federal and business litigation. He served as president of the North Carolina Bar Association from 2016 to 2017, and is currently a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers’ North Carolina State Committee.
Lowdermilk brings her experience as a law clerk in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to guide clients through the complicated bankruptcy process. She also represents businesses and individuals in complex commercial matters in state and federal courts and advises clients establishing new entities and reorganizing existing endeavors.
Smith focuses his law practice on matters involving environmental, commercial, education, and state constitutional law. A former educator and environmental scientist, he represents businesses, boards of education, and individuals in state, federal, administrative, and appellate courts.
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