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2014 Legal Elite

Before the Law: Top Tar Heel lawyers recall - some fondly, others not nearly as much - the employment that started it all.

2014-01

Legal Elite - Antitrust 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Antitrust - John F. Graybeal, Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, Raleigh

2014-01

Legal Elite - Business 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Business - David D. Beatty, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, Raleigh

2014-01

Legal Elite - Bankruptcy 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Bankruptcy - Benjamin A. Kahn, Nexsen Pruet LLC, Greensboro

2014-01

Legal Elite - Construction 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Construction - Joseph H. Nanney Jr., Meynardie & Nanney PLLC, Raleigh

2014-01

Legal Elite - Corporate 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Corporate - Michael A. Springs, Bank of America Corp., Charlotte

2014-01

Legal Elite - Criminal Law 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Criminal Law - Michael J. Greene, Goodman, Carr, Laughrun, Levine & Greene PA, Charlotte

2014-01

Legal Elite - Employment 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Employment - Amie F. Carmack, Morningstar Law Group, Morrisville

2014-01

Legal Elite - Environmental 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Environmental - Craig A. Bromby, Hunton & Williams LLP, Raleigh

2014-01

Legal Elite - Family Law 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Family Law - Lori M. Vitale, Vitale Family Law, Raleigh

2014-01

Legal Elite - Intellectual Property 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Intellectual Property - Larry L. Coats, Coats & Bennett PLLC, Cary

2014-01

Legal Elite - Litigation 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Litigation - Michael J. Byrne, Byrne Law PC, Raleigh

2014-01

Legal Elite - Real Estate 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Real Estate - Michael G. Winters, Ellis & Winters LLP, Raleigh

2014-01

Legal Elite - Tax/Estate Planning 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Tax/Estate Planning - Robert H. Haggard, The Van Winkle Law Firm, Asheville

2014-01

Legal Elite - Young Guns 2014

2014 Legal Elite winner: Young Guns - Michael F. Easley Jr., McGuireWoods LLP, Raleigh

2014-01

Looking forward

Up Front: Looking forward

2014-01

Deciding which size is the best fit

Free & Clear: In a matter of weeks, the 2014 election cycle will begin with candidates filing for county, state and federal offices. In North Carolina, the stakes couldn't be higher.

2014-01

Government does not compute

Capital Goods: That the major policy initiative of the Obama administration nearly has been undone by a government website's glitches might come as a shock to many but not to watchers of state government.

2014-01

Out of sight

Cover story: Appearances mattered to Gary Smith, from his attire to every aspect of his ad agency and the clients it attracted. Since the ’70s, he and, later, his son had built Smith Advertising & Associates into one of the Southeast’s largest. And he had done it in a place known more for GIs and generals than marketing geniuses. Moving among Fayetteville’s elite, the Smiths made quite an impression. Then — amid lawsuits, investigations and allegations of a Ponzi scheme — the image they crafted crumbled. But what really happened? Were they perpetrators or victims? Ad men know how crucial it is to control the message. But for Gary and Todd Smith, the medium became the message when they dropped
 

2013-12

Setting sites on an auto plant

Capital Goods: Attracting an automaker requires a massive investment in land and infrastructure before the wheeling and dealing can even begin.

2013-12