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Adams and Reese attorneys recognized in Mid-South Super Lawyers

Adams and Reese has announced the inclusion of 29 attorneys in the 2019 edition of Mid-South Super Lawyers (by Thomson Reuters), which includes the publication’s “Rising Stars” list.

BIRMINGHAM, AL

Richard P. Carmody, Bankruptcy: Business

Charles C. Pinckney, Banking

Stephen A. Rowe, Business Litigation

Aaron G. McLeod, Appellate, named to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”

 

JACKSON, MS

Holmes S. Adams, Estate & Probate

William C. Brabec, Business Litigation

C. Phillip Buffington Jr., Banking

James A. Keith, Schools & Education

Elizabeth Lee Maron, Employment & Labor

Jeff Trotter, Energy & Resources

Charles R. Wilbanks Jr., Class Action

Timothy J. Anzenberger, Appellate, named to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”

Alexander Bondurant, Energy & Resources, named to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”

Matthew R. Dowd, General Litigation, named to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”

Adam V. Griffin, General Litigation, named to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”

Darryl A. Wilson, General Litigation, named to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”

 

MEMPHIS, TN

Donna L. Boyce, Personal Injury – Medical Malpractice: Defense

James B. McLaren Jr., Real Estate

Lucian T. Pera, Business Litigation

Henry C. Shelton III, Bankruptcy: Business

Jay Campbell, Mergers & Acquisitions, named to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”

 

MOBILE, AL

April D. Smith, Business/Corporate, named to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”

 

NASHVILLE, TN

Linda Edell Howard, Entertainment & Sports

Philip M. Kirkpatrick, Intellectual Property Litigation

Lynn Morrow, Entertainment & Sports

Thomas Anthony Swafford, Employment & Labor

Rob G. Breunig, Employee Benefits, named to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”

TaKeena Thompson Sandifer, Personal Injury – Medical Malpractice: Defense, named to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”

Maia T. Woodhouse, Intellectual Property Litigation, named to Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”

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