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Winston-Salem Attorneys/Professional Staff
Womble Carlyle traces its origins to a single office in Winston-Salem that started serving clients in 1876. Since then, the firm expanded across the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic and Silicon Valley. But the focus on client service remains—and so do the firm’s strong ties to Winston-Salem.
The Winston-Salem office remains the firm’s largest, and it also serves as the hub for many of the firm’s support services. Attorneys provide a full range of corporate legal services including Business Litigation, Capital Markets, Corporate & Securities, Intellectual Property, Mass Torts and Real Estate, among others.
Attorneys and staff members in Winston-Salem are active in a wide range of charities and civic activities, including the Second Harvest Food Bank, the Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County, the National Black Theatre Festival, Brenner Children’s Hospital and the United Way of Forsyth County.
Mitchell, Morgan and Numbers secure victory.
Firm’s guest for a luncheon presentation discusses current and future challenges.
The new Planned Community Act/Declarant Rights bill has been signed into law by North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory.
Webinar takes place from 2-2:45 EDT on Wednesday, July 30th.
Tom Stewart, Executive Director of the National Center for the Middle Market at Ohio State University, will be presenting.
Firm attorneys to discuss latest human resource management legal developments.