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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.
Attorneys from the firm's IP, M&A and Tax teams guided the client.
Brand refresh led by Heather Allison and Tori Sprankel gains national recognition.
North Carolina Captive Insurance Association is a trade association of captive insurance company owners.
Event to be held on May at Wake Forest University.
CPR is a non-profit organization that promotes excellence and innovation in public and private dispute resolution.
Keith Vaughan to Join Winston-Salem Mayor, WS/FCS Superintendent for Leadership Discussion