Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorneys Selected for Inclusion in South Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine

Seven Smith Moore Leatherwood attorneys have been named top attorneys in 2012 by South Carolina Super Lawyers magazine. One other attorney has been selected as a South Carolina Rising Star of 2012. Less than five percent of attorneys in the state are selected to this exclusive list.

“We are proud to have so many attorneys in our firm honored for their continued successes,” said Rob Marcus, chairman of the firm’s management committee. “It is great to see everyone’s hard work being recognized by our peers year after year.”

Super Lawyers is an independent lawyer rating service that selects attorneys using a rigorous, multiphase rating process. Through peer nominations, evaluations and third party research, outstanding attorneys are selected within each state. Rising Stars are selected by peer nominations of attorneys age 40 and younger with 10 years or less of legal experience.

Smith Moore Leatherwood attorneys honored as 2012 South Carolina Super Lawyers are:

• Bill Dennis (Estate Planning & Probate)
• Steve Farrar (Business Litigation)
• Mike Giese (Business Litigation)
• Tod Hyche (Estate Planning & Probate)
• Tami McKnew (Franchise/Dealership)
• Rob Moseley, Jr. (Transportation/Maritime)
• Kurt Rozelsky (Transportation/Maritime)

The Smith Moore Leatherwood attorney honored as a Rising Star of 2012 in South Carolina is Fredric Marcinak III (Transportation/Maritime).

About Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP
Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP manages complex legal issues for regional, national and international clients. With seven offices and more than 180 attorneys across North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia, the firm’s core practice areas are focused on litigation, health care, labor & employment, real estate and corporate law. For more information about the firm and its attorneys, visit www.smithmoorelaw.com.

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